Four Escape From Brook State Penitentiary
By Elvira Goldman
Context Free Press Writer
Brook, IN --- Four convicted criminals, including a stockbroker being held on relatively minor violations, made their way to freedom from police custody near midnight today by using a makeshift bar spreader and then escaping silently during an electrical outage, an FBI investigator said today.
The tools used in the escape were strong enough to bend steel, but were apparently made from readily available prison materials using unusual methods, according to an prison spokesperson who requested anonymity and would not provide further information.
Sheriff John Stanley identified the escapees as Reuben Shockey, 25; Jack Fields, 22; Corey Byford, 27; and Mark Ellington, 26.
"We've brought in officers from five jurisdictions to help us with this situation," Stanley said. "We've got to advise extreme caution to everyone in the area. Reuben Shockey has killed before, and is clearly in an excited state after something like this happens. When you've got a mixed group of escapees like this, you expect maybe they'll make a mistake, and if they do, we're going to be on top it."
What is this thing?
I don`t care, just do it again.