Escaped inmate Casey Cole White appeared grim and weary in a mugshot released after he was caught with Vicky White – as officers investigate who fired the deadly round that killed the former prison boss as officers turned to police Chasing closed on them.
A capital murder suspect was booked in Indiana on Monday after police ended an 11-day search by police after Vicky White hit a Cadillac during a brief chase in Evansville, Indiana.
Casey wears a yellow gel dress with dark circles under her eyes as she posed for a mugshot on camera.
Vicky is said to have died of a self-inflicted gunshot, but Vanderburgh County Sheriff Dave Wedding said in a Interview on NBC’s “Today” The investigation into his death continues on Tuesday.
“The coroner’s office will conduct an investigation and they will determine whether it was a self-inflicted gunshot,” Wedding said, adding that initial indications were that it was a suicide, “but we won’t rule out anything until then.” until we have one. A thorough investigation by the coroner.”
Wedding had previously said that members of the US Marshals Task Force stopped the couple and hit the Cadillac, which rolled over.
“When that happened, (Vicky) shot himself and (KC) was injured, not very seriously,” he said, WHNT reported.
Meanwhile, Lauderdale County Sheriff Rick Singleton said Casey himself would be locked up in a cell.
“He’ll be in handcuffs and shackles during his stay in that cell and if he wants to sue me for violating his civil rights, so be it. He’s not getting out of this prison again. I’ll give you this I will assure,” he said.
According to WHNT, an emergency court hearing is scheduled for Casey at 12 p.m. Tuesday at the Lauderdale County Courthouse.