Casey White – Wanted For Murder?
When he was arrested, Casey White was awaiting a capital murder trial in Florence, Alabama. He was in custody for the murder of his girlfriend’s sister, whose name he did not know. He was awaiting trial for the crime when he escaped the jail. After spending two years in jail, White finally got out and escaped. Now, he is wanted for the murder of another woman. What happened?
The Evansville, Indiana, police had two people under surveillance when they left a motel in a Cadillac, and when the chase started, they had to stop Vicky White, who had committed suicide. She was found in a wrecked vehicle, and the coroner ruled that she died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. Vicky White’s attorneys, including Marcus Helstowski, Mark McDaniel, Robert Tuten, Nick Lough, and Nick Heatherly, plan to request the autopsy results for Vicky’s death.
The house Vicky White had sold 11 days prior to her escape was worth $95,000, less than the market value. Vicky White’s mother said she had no idea that Casey White would escape, but she was upset that he had. Vicky White also told police that she was taking Casey White to get a mental health evaluation, but she never showed up. In addition to the murder case, she was found guilty of failing to follow the rules at the detention center and was convicted of stealing $90,000 from the jail.
The Lauderdale County Sheriff’s Office recently released a new video in the Casey White case. This video shows Vicky White standing at a hotel counter. Vicky White, a corrections officer, was allegedly involved in helping Casey White escape from the Lauderdale County Detention Center. The Quality Inn Vicky White was staying at was near the getaway car. She had stayed at the hotel for two days prior to Casey’s disappearance.
The Evansville police officer noticed a Cadillac parked in the hotel parking lot and began following the two women when they fled. Vicky White suffered minor injuries in the crash and was taken to a hospital in Florida. Her colleagues called 911 several times, but Casey White signed a waiver and was transferred back to his home town in Alabama. The investigation continues, and the arrests will continue. The Whites’ case is a tragic one for the entire community, and the two officers deserve to be put behind bars.
According to a report in the New York Times, Vicky White was not in control of her actions when she was shot. She had been talking to Casey White for several years and was likely unaware of her wife’s whereabouts. She even referred to her as her “wife” while giving aid to her husband. However, investigators were cuffed as he rendered aid to Vicky. As the story unfolds, more questions remain about the nature of the relationship between Vicky and Casey White surface.
In the indictment by the Lauderdale County Grand Jury, it was determined that Casey White and Vicky White had fled the prison and had an altercation, resulting in Vicky White’s death. Both men had been serving prison sentences when the incident occurred. Vicky White had no criminal record prior to the incident. The investigation has been ongoing for a long time and a felony conviction will bring the accused to justice.
According to the report, White had sold her home for $95,550 less than its market value. She was planning to retire in April and move to the beach. She never mentioned her plans to her mother, who remained in Alabama and had her mother’s blessing. However, her mother, who had recently gotten married, was unaware of the plans. After all, her daughter had just moved in with her mother, and she wasn’t telling her mother about it.