2 inmates still at large after Mississippi jail break
RAYMOND, Miss. (AP) — Officials say two of four prisoners who escaped from a Mississippi jail before a late-night bed check with help from inside and outside the facility remained at large Wednesday.
The Hinds County Sheriff's Office says the remaining inmates are 25-year-old Montreal Damon Anderson and 23-year-old John Rollins. Rollins is charged with auto theft and false pretense. Anderson is charged with recovered stolen property and is jailed on a felony hold.
Nineteen-year-old Jermaine Wilson and 18-year old Kevin Holmes were arrested separately in Jackson on Tuesday. Wilson is charged with capital murder in the 2012 death of a Jackson woman. Holmes faces three counts of armed robbery.
Sheriff Tyrone Lewis says the escape is under investigation. No other details about how the four fled have been released.