2 Inmates Escape From Prison In Fort Supply

Ponca City Now - October 15, 2013 9:07 am

FORT SUPPLY, Okla. (AP) – Authorities are searching for two inmates who escaped from a minimum-security prison in northwest Oklahoma.

Authorities say the inmates were discovered missing Monday night from the William S. Key Correctional Facility in Fort Supply. Authorities identified the missing inmates as 31-year-old David Wayne Mackey and 31-year-old Dustin K. Flatt.

Authorities tell Oklahoma City television station KFOR that the men were present for a 6 p.m. head count Monday but missing at the 8 p.m. check.

Mackey is serving a six-year sentence for drug and assault convictions from Pontotoc County. Authorities say he has a broken wrist.

Flatt is serving a two-year sentence on drug and theft convictions from Love County.

 

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