Oklahoma residents need to be on the lookout for four men who escaped from the Lincoln County jail in Chandler, Oklahoma in the early morning hours of Monday, June 12, 2017. Two of the four men had escaped from the same jail in March and again made use of the jail’s ventilation system to escape on Monday, this time with two other men, one of whom was being held on a charge of first-degree murder.
The repeat Lincoln County jail escapees are Brian Allen Moody, 23, and Sonny Baker, 41, were in jail on charges of property crimes and their recent escape efforts in March 2017, when it took two weeks for authorities to find and take them back into police custody along with a third man, Mark Dwayne Robbins, 23.
Lincoln County Sheriff Charlie Doughterty announcing March 2017 jail break:
Moody is described as being a white male, 5 feet two inches tall, weighs about 102 pounds with blond hair and hazel eyes. Baker is a white male, 5 feet 8 inches tall, weighs about 145 pounds with blond hair and blue eyes.
Joining Moody and Baker in the jail escape that is thought to have occurred between 1 a.m. CST and 4 a.m CST June 12 through an air vent were Jeremy Tyson Irvin, 31, charged with first-degree murder and Trey Glenn Goodnight, 27, who was being held on charges of property crimes.
Irvin and Goodnight are both white males, with Irvin described as being 5 feet 2 inches in height with a weight of about 102 pounds, with brown hair and hazel eyes while Goodnight is 5 feet 6 inches tall, weighs about 145 pounds with blond hair and hazel eyes.
At this time, the whereabouts of the four men is unknown. Anyone with information on any of the four as to their location should contact either 911 or the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office (405) 258-1191.
It is likely that the Lincoln County Sheriff Charlie Dougherty will be required to answer how to previously-known jail escapees could repeat their actions of only a few months earlier in the same jail and using the same method of escape. Whether the state’s tight budget will factor into that answer remains to be seen.
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