BREAKING: Top Governor Makes Shock Move Against Murderer – BOOM

Alabama Governor Kay Ivey has issued a $5,000 reward to an anonymous individual who assisted authorities in capturing former fugitive and murder suspect Casey White.

White escaped a Lauderdale County jail in Alabama with the help of former assistant director of corrections, Vicky White.

Vicky White had sold her home and her retirement was the same day as Casey White’s escape. The couple then ran from the law for eleven days before being pinned down in Indiana, where Casey White was taken into custody after Vicky White had committed suicide.

Casey White was serving a 75-year sentence in state prison but was in the county jail to await trial for the 2015 slaying of Connie Ridgeway, who he allegedly killed in a murder-for-hire plot.

Now he will have to contend with his 75-year sentence, a possible new sentence in relation to the Ridgeway murder, alongside charges related to his 11-day escape.

Thankfully, with the help of the anonymous individuals that worked with law enforcement, Casey White is in custody and will likely never step outside of a prison ever again.

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