Corey Harrison Identified As Fourth And Final Escaped Inmate From Raymond Detention Center Arrested


The Raymond Detention Center’s fourth and last escapee has been apprehended.

The Hinds County Sheriff’s Office and the US Marshals Fugitive Task Force apprehended Corey Harrison early on Thursday morning at a residence in Crystal Springs.


In connection with the incident, Jodie Marie Tebo, 38, of Crystal Springs, was also detained. In Hinds County, she is accused of complicity.

Jones reported that Harrison’s escape was connected to a 38-year-old Crystal Springs resident called Jodi Marie Tebo who had been detained. In Hinds County, Tebo is charged with assisting and abetting. The inquiry is still ongoing.


All four of the prisoners who escaped from the Raymond Detention Center on April 22 are now either dead or in jail as a result of Harrison’s capture.

Through openings in the cell and roof, the inmates broke out of the jail. According to Jones, “(They) may have camped on the rooftop and left by various routes at various times.”


Following an alleged theft of a public vehicle, Jerry Raines, 52, was detained last Thursday in Spring Valley, Texas, which is located about 10 miles west of Houston.

Jones stated that the inquiry is still underway and that Raines may be extradited back to Mississippi.


Raines was apprehended with assistance from the US Marshals Service, the Harris County Sheriff’s Office, and the Spring Valley Police Department.

Jones had previously declared that Dylan Arrington, 22, had died on Wednesday after locking himself inside a house in downtown Jackson, Mississippi, and igniting it while engaged in a gunfight with deputies.

Prior to the residence in Leek catching fire, Arrington shot the deputy in the right leg, according to Leek County Sheriff Randy Atkinson on Wednesday.

The cop was brought to a nearby hospital and is said to be doing well.

Arrington is also thought to have killed Simpson County Pastor Anthony Watts, 61, and taken his red pickup truck. Watts served as the church’s pastor.

After stopping to assist a man whose motorcycle had crashed, Watts was reportedly shot on Monday night on Interstate 55 in Jackson, according to the police. Authorities noted that the man shot Watts multiple times before robbing him of his red Dodge Ram. Watts expired there and then.

According to Jones on Wednesday, Casey Grayson, 34, was discovered dead on Sunday in a “car in a truck stop” in New Orleans.

According to Jones, who spoke to reporters on Tuesday, the car may have been given to Grayson by a relative after he fled.

Allegations of numerous felonies, the most of which included theft, led to the arrest of all four escaped inmates. Grayson was imprisoned for grand theft, the possession and sale of prohibited narcotics, and the illegal possession of a handgun.

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