The Bibb County LEC prison has captured three of four prison escapees. Authorities in central Georgia report that the fourth fugitive is still at large.
A blue Dodge Challenger may be seen hours before the jailbreak on surveillance film from that day. Someone appears to be tampering with the fence in the footage as well. Someone then carried goods inside the confined area, which authorities believe were used to aid the guys in their escape.
Johnifer Dernard Barnwell, 37, escaped from the Bibb County LEC on October 16th and was apprehended at a residence in Augusta, Georgia, just after 8 a.m. on Sunday.
Barnwell, who was being imprisoned on drug charges, escaped with three other convicts early in the morning by breaking a window and cutting through a fence.
Chavis Demaryo Stokes, 29, was apprehended on October 26, and Marc Kerry Anderson, 25, was arrested on November 3.
After police officials showed up at a man’s house last month to interview him about the four fugitives, the man fatally shot himself.
Christian Demond Williams, 33, who went on the lam on March 5, was scheduled to stand trial for murder in the 2021 killing of a man in a Macon convenience shop the following day.
Joey Fournier, 52, the fourth escaped convict, is still wanted by authorities.
Media reports claim that Fournier and the others escaped from jail in 2022, the same year he was convicted of murder in connection with the death of his ex-girlfriend.
Fournier is a White man, 5 feet 9 inches tall, weighs around 140 pounds, with gray hair and blue eyes.
Approximately 80 miles southeast of Atlanta, where the jail is situated, lies Macon, where the authorities subsequently discovered the Dodge Challenger in the parking lot of Biomat USA, a blood and plasma donation center.
A total of $73,000 was reportedly promised by authorities at the time for information leading to the capture of the four suspects.