Wakulla officials continue their search for three men still on the loose after a midnight escape from the county jail Friday. Wakulla County Sheriff’s Office investigators have switched their tactics from boots on the ground searching the woods and rural areas of Crawfordville to an intelligence-based pursuit. Indications are that Joel Cooper, Donald Cotterman, and Casey Martina are no longer in the area, according to a Saturday morning update from WCSO.
CRAWFORDVILLE - The three men who escaped from the Wakulla County Jail early Friday morning and remain on the loose are violent felons, convicted of multiple crimes. “They are dangerous,” said Assistant State Attorney Brian Miller, who prosecutes cases in the county.
CRAWFORDVILLE – At least one of the three inmates who escaped Friday from the Wakulla County jail through the library’s ceiling had been hatching the plan to break free for some time. Investigators are still working to determine who masterminded the midnight escape of inmates Joel Cooper, Donald Cotterman and Casey Martina. By dawn Friday, an all-day man hunt through the woods surrounding Crawfordville was underway. By sundown, the three were still on the loose.
As of 3:56 p.m., the three inmates that escaped the Wakulla County Jail have not been caught. Investigators say at least one was planning to break out of the pokey for some time. All three have connections to and convictions in Leon County
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