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    ODOC #FugitiveFriday: Develle Hamm

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Develle Hamm has been missing since July 20 after he jumped the fence at Carver Transitional Center. Hamm, 35, was serving a five-year sentence out of Oklahoma County for unauthorized use of a motor vehicle. He is described as black, 5-feet 9-inches tall, weighing about 169 pounds, with black hair and brown eyes. He has numerous tattoos covering his face, neck and chest. Aliases include “Loco Hamm.” Hamm’s criminal record stretches back to 1...  Read More...

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    ODOC #FugitiveFriday: Charles E. Poe

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Charles Poe has a warrant out for his arrest for violating the terms of his parole. Poe paroled in 2015 on a 50-year Oklahoma County sentence for drug trafficking near a park or school. He has been listed as a “parole absconder” since Monday for failing to check in with his Probation and Parole officer as required. Poe, 48, is described as black, 5-feet 10-inches tall, weighing about 150 pounds, with gray hair and brown eyes. He has a tattoo on hi...  Read More...

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    ODOC #FugitiveFriday: Christopher G. Coffey

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Christopher G. Coffey never returned to Clara Waters Community Corrections Center after he left with a group of fellow inmates for church on July 11. Coffey, 29, was serving a 10-year sentence out of Stephens County for vehicle theft. His criminal background also includes a 2014 conviction for aggravated assault and battery. Coffey is described as white, 6-feet 2-inches tall, weighing about 270 pounds, with brown hair and blue eyes.   Read More...

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    ODOC #FugitiveFriday: Joshua A. Haase

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Joshua A. Haase has been a fugitive from the Oklahoma Department of Corrections since April for failing to report to his Probation and Parole Officer. Haase, 37, was paroled in January on a 15-year Murray County sentence for drug trafficking. His criminal record stretches back to 1999, and includes a Stephens County conviction for assault and battery with a dangerous weapon. Haase is described as white, 6-feet tall, weighing about 240 pounds, with black hair and g...  Read More...

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    ODOC #FugitiveFriday: Michael T. Brummett Jr.

    TULSA, Okla. -- Michael T. Brummett Jr.   Read More...

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    ODOC #FugitiveFriday – Christina R. Palmer

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma City Community Corrections Center inmate Christine R. Palmer walked away from church service Aug. 17 and has not been located since.Palmer, 37, was serving a six-year sentence out of Jackson County for false impersonation.   Read More...

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    ODOC #FugitiveFriday: Jennifer Rae White

    OKLAHOMA CITY -- Jennifer Rae White's GPS ankle monitor was found cut outside of her Nash residence on Saturday, June 15. White, 25, was serving six-year probation and four-year incarceration sentences for false impersonation out of Garfield County when she removed her ankle monitor. White is described as 5-feet 5-inches tall, white, 189 pounds, with black hair and brown eyes. The public should not approach White or attempt to apprehend her. Anyone with information can call ou...  Read More...

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    ODOC #FugitiveFriday: Oscar Edward Hernandez

    OKLAHOMA CITY -- Oscar Edward Hernandez violated his parole in October 2010 and hasn't been seen or heard from since. Hernandez was paroled in 2009 after serving time for Comanche and Oklahoma County drug possession and trafficking convictions. In December 2010, he was charged with first-degree murder in Logan County in connection with the murder of Abraham Russell. County deputies found Russell's body in a ditch along a rural road that August. Hernandez, 34, never faced t...  Read More...

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    ODOC #FugitiveFriday: Gary W. Stapp

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Gary W. Stapp never returned to Carver Transitional Center after he left for work on May 2. Stapp, 50, was serving multiple Oklahoma County sentences for second-degree burglary. He has criminal convictions for drug possession, possession of stolen property, car theft, forgery, burglary and others stretching back to 1987. Stapp is described as white, 6-feet tall, weighing about 200 pounds, with brown hair and blue eyes.   Read More...

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    ODOC #FugitiveFriday: Mark A. Goree

    TULSA, Okla. – Mark Allen Goree never returned to Tulsa Transitional Center on April 8 after he finished his shift at his job. Goree was expected to return around 5:30 p.m. that day.   Read More...

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    ODOC #FugitiveFriday: Carly Hawkins and Alexis Procaccino

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Carly Hawkins and Alexis Procaccino were discovered missing early Thursday morning from Oklahoma City Community Corrections Center. The two are believed to be together after leaving the facility before 12:15 a.m. Procaccino, 30, was serving a five-year Sequoyah County sentence for drug possession. Hawkins, 25, was serving 15 years for drug and firearms possession convictions out of Oklahoma County. Procaccino is described as white, 5-feet 6-inches tall, weigh...  Read More...

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    ODOC #FugitiveFriday: Jeffrey Leon Green

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Jeffrey Leon Green violated his parole in January in Okfuskee County and has not been located since. Green was paroled Dec. 20. He was serving multiple Okmulgee County sentences for firearms possession, failure to register as a sex offender and drug possession near a school or park. He violated his parole in Okfuskee County by committing the felony crime of injury to a highway, for which he was charged Jan.   Read More...

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    ODOC #FugitiveFriday: Jerry Lee Hawkins

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Jerry Lee Hawkins left a halfway house, Oklahoma City Transitional Center, March 1 for work and never returned. When he left, Hawkins was serving a 3-year sentence for firearm possession. Hawkins is described as black, 5-feet 8-inches tall, weighing about 185 pounds, with black hair and brown eyes. He has multiple tattoos on his arms, chest, face, legs and hands. His facial tattoos include tear drops and “North Side 82.” Tattoos on his left arm in...  Read More...

  • ODOC #FugitiveFriday: Edford R. Nolan Jr.

    OKLAHOMA CITY -- Edford Nolan Jr. let the battery die on his GPS ankle monitor on Feb. 6, and he has not been located since. Nolan, 37, was serving a 10-year sentence for drug and firearm possession convictions out of Comanche County. He is described as black, 6-feet 1-inches tall, weighing about 262 pounds, with black hair and brown eyes. He has multiple tattoos on his left and right arms of a face, dagger, cross, snake, skull, the number "916", and others. Nolan, ...  Read More...

  • ODOC #FugitiveFriday: Andre T. Wilson

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Parolee Andre T. Wilson failed to show up for court in connection to a drug trafficking case for which he was charged on Jan. 14. Since 2013, Wilson, 48, had been out on parole and a suspended sentence for drug trafficking and DUI convictions out of Oklahoma County. In addition to an ODOC parole violation warrant, Wilson faces counts including maintaining a house in which drugs are kept and selling crack. He is described as black, 5-feet 11-inches tall, weigh...  Read More...

  • ODOC #FugitiveFriday: Charles B. Cook

    TULSA, Okla. – Charles Brandon Cook removed his ankle monitor while under GPS supervision Jan. 11, 2019.Cook, 26, was serving multiple Tulsa County sentences for vehicle theft when he tore off the monitor’s strap.Cook is described as white, 5-feet 11-inches tall, weighing about 180 pounds, with brown hair and blue eyes.Anyone with information can call our escapee hotline at 866-363-1119 or email warrants@doc.ok.gov.   Read More...

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