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  1. #1
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    Sep 2008

    FL - Nestro Perez, 62, beaten to death, Vero Beach, 27 Aug 2009

    Two maximum-security inmates escape from Indian River County Jail
    Two maximum-security prisoners being held on murder charges escaped from the Indian River County Jail on Monday, possibly using the same method to gain freedom as three inmates in a jail break six years ago.

    The two men, who were cellmates, are Leviticus Taylor, 25, of Vero Beach, and Rondell Reed, 52, formerly of Indiana. It is not known whether they are armed, but they are considered dangerous, Sheriff Deryl Loar said at a 10 a.m. news conference Monday.

    It is suspected they were picked up by two females who were driving a jeep. Sheriff's search dogs were checking the woods around the Vero Beach Municipal Airport. The jail, in the 4000 block of 41st Avenue, is north of the airport.


  2. #2
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    Jun 2011
    VI BC
    These are some scary guys I hope they apprehend them soon, but besides that how the heck is it that max security inmates can escape???? Shame shame shame.

  3. #3
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    Sep 2008
    Sheriff Calls Escapees 'Worst Of The Worst Inmates'
    Murder Suspects Escape From Indian River County Jail Early Monday Morning

    Read more: http://www.wpbf.com/news/29568088/de...#ixzz1bjqfZ0ZC

    Anyone with information about the missing inmates' whereabouts is urged to call authorities at 772-569-6700.

    About Taylor
    + Height: 5-7; Weight: 140 pounds
    + Tattoo of a cross on his right forearm
    + Tattoo reading "RIP JT" on right hand

    About Reed
    + Height: 5-11; Weight: 180 pounds
    + Tattoo of an insect on his right hand
    + Tattoo of a snake with a rose on his left forearm
    + Tattoo of a woman's face/body on his right forearm
    + Tattoo of a pirate on his left wrist
    + Tattoo of lips with a tongue on his left forearm
    + Tattoo of a rebel skeleton on his left elbow
    + Tattoo of a dragon/woman's face/skull on his right arm
    + Tattoo of the word "Rebel" on his left arm
    + Tattoo of a woman's face/body on his left arm

    Read more: http://www.wpbf.com/news/29568088/de...#ixzz1bjqyY3Rb

    theses guys has ties to Indiana and Kentuck plus they had help

  4. #4
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    Sep 2008
    Two men escape maximum security prison in Fla. on Monday
    Two maximum security prisoners being held for first degree murder escaped from the Indian River County Jail on Monday. The two men who were cellmates, 25-year-old Leviticus Taylor and 51-year-old Rondell Reed, were last seen by fellow inmates at around 4:30 am Monday. It is believed that the men were picked up by two women in a jeep just outside the jail, says CBS affiliate

    It appeared the prisoners got through a wall which led to an outside area, where they discarded their red prison uniforms. They somehow broke through a locked door and climbed over a 12 foot-high-fence topped by razor wire. A string found at the scene may have been used to pull down the razor wire.

    It is thought Taylor and Reed escaped using the same methods that three prisoners used to escape the jail 6 years ago, reports the Sun Sentinel. In December 2005, three men got out of the prison complex by ripping out a shower fixture and crawling through a space in the wall. They ran through a recreation area outside and managed to scale the fence.

    The escapees were eventually caught and the crawl space was then reinforced with bars, says Sheriff's Office spokesman Deputy Jeff Luther. Unfortunately, Taylor and Reed must have acquired tools to take out the bars and then took advantage of the same crawl space to break free, Luther imagineshttp://<br /> <br /> http://www.cb...fla-on-monday/

  5. #5
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    Oct 2010
    calling mommy, she lives there and is sick in bed unable to move. She lives alone.

  6. #6
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    Apr 2010
    Great White North
    Well, at least one of them has been caught! ...as have their accomplices. yippee!


    After a daylong search, the Indian River County Sheriff's Office has confirmed the arrest of 25-year-old Leviticus Taylor, who escaped from the Indian River County Jail early Monday morning.

    According to Indian River County Sheriff Deryl Loar, Taylor was arrested in Jensen Beach. The second escapee, Rondell Reed, 52, formerly of Indiana, is still at large.

    Two women and one man also were arrested Monday night as accomplices to the escape plot.
    Any man's death diminishes me,
    Because I am involved in mankind,
    Therefore, send not to know, for whom the bell tolls;
    It tolls for thee.
    ~John Dunne


  7. #7
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    Jun 2008
    The Carolina's
    I think the "maximum security" unit may need to reevaluate their security techniques.

    I hope Reed is caught soon before someone gets hurt.

  8. #8
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    Jun 2008
    The Carolina's
    20 Facts About the Indian River County Jail Escape

    1) Leviticus Taylor and Rondell Reed were cell mates for the last 5 days, but it is believed they have been in contact for the last 5 months.

    2) The escape was "elaborate" and "time-consuming," and Indian River County Sheriff Deryl Loar said it is "amazing that it could have been done."

    3) Reed has a history of shooting at law enforcement, according to a press release from the Sheriff's Office.

    4) Red inmate jumpsuits were found outside a gate.

    5) Reed escaped 20 years ago from a prison in North Carolina, which led to a shootout with law enforcement officers.

    6) Sheriff Loar said he does not believe Reed and Taylor are still in the area.

    7) Nearby schools are on code yellow, which is one step below a full lockdown.

    8) Taylor no longer has dreadlocks. Reed currently has gray hair and no neck brace.

    9) This has turned into a significant search with assistance from U.S. Marshals, nearby counties and police departments.

    10) The Indian River County Jail was put on lockdown.

    11) It's believed an air conditioning system or air duct was compromised

    12) There is no suspicion that any sheriff's office employees are involved in the escape.

    13) Reed has never had a visitor since his incarceration at IRC Jail, but has had phone calls.

    14) Taylor has had visitors, and has multiple girlfriends and associates.

    15) Garments or blankets may have been used to get over the prison fence.

    16) Taylor was recently convicted of murder in Indian River County.

    17) Reed was awaiting trial for a homicide in Indian River County.

    18) There are 200 video cameras throughout the Indian River County Jail.

    19) Both have relationships all over the United States.

    20) There was another jail break at the Indian River County Jail in 2005. Three inmates escaped, but all were eventually captured.
    Snipped from: http://www.wptv.com/dpp/news/region_...ty-jail-escape

  9. #9
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    Sep 2008
    2 women charged with helping 2 Fla. inmates flee

    According to an arrest affidavit, one of the women is Taylor's girlfriend. The Martin County Sheriff's Office says she drove Taylor to Stuart and she knew about his escape plans through conversations she had with Taylor and letters Taylor sent from jail.

    Reed remained at large Tuesday. Authorities say he faces a second degree murder charge.

    Read more: http://www.miamiherald.com/2011/10/2...#ixzz1bpWLWxAf

    Read more: http://www.miamiherald.com/2011/10/2...#ixzz1bpWGkJEx

  10. #10
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    Sep 2008
    Leviticus Taylor arrested, Rondell Reed at large
    The second escapee, Rondell Reed, 52, formerly of Indiana, is still at large. Both Reed and Taylor were maximum-security prisoners being held on murder charges. They were discovered missing around 5 o'clock Monday morning.

    "We're working a tremendous amount of leads to follow up on Rondell Reed," said

  11. #11
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    Aug 2003
    San Diego
    Jail escapee Leviticus Taylor sentenced to life in prison for Vero Beach murder

    VERO BEACH — Jail escapee Leviticus Taylor's next exit from the Indian River County Jail will be to state prison for life for first-degree murder during an armed burglary and robbery, a judge ruled Wednesday.

    Taylor, 25, escaped from the Indian River County Jail on Oct. 26 to avoid Circuit Judge Robert Pegg's sentence in the 2009 murder-robbery of a 62-year-old man who was home alone at night in Vero Beach, according to court records


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