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Two inmates captured after escaping from Delaware County Jail

Updated:
Pete Wolfe Pete Wolfe
Anthony Scott Anderson Anthony Scott Anderson

Updated at 8:00 PM: Delaware County Sheriff Harlan Moore confirms both suspects were taken into custody shortly before 8 PM on Wednesday night in Mayes county.

Updated at 1:45 PM:  Authorities say the vehicle has been found, but the search for two escaped inmates continues.

Thee Delaware County Sheriff's Office says Anthony Scott Anderson, who was jailed on charges of rape, and Pete Wolfe, who was in jail on charges of armed robbery, escaped from the county jail around 1:45 AM after breaking a window in one of the cells.

If you have information about either of these individuals please contact your local authorities as soon as possible.

 


 

 

Updated Jan. 29 at 1:00 PM:  From the Grove Police Department - Updated information on the possible vehicle for the escapees: 1991 blue Ford Taurus station wagon, has damage to the rear bumper and luggage racks, tag # 617BAL. Contact Delaware County Sheriff's Department if you see it 918-253-4531.


 

Updated Jan. 29th at 7:30 AM: The Delaware County Sheriff's Dept. says every available deputy is searching for the men along with members of the Grove Police Dept. and the Cherokee Marshal's Service.

The Dept. considers the men armed and dangerous.


Posted Jan. 29th at 5:10 AM: The Delaware County Sheriff's Office is searching for two escaped inmates.

The Sheriff's Dept. says Anthony Scott Anderson, who was jailed on charges of rape, and Pete Wolfe, who was in jail on charges of armed robbery, escaped from the county jail around 1:45 AM after breaking a window in one of the cells.

The Dept. says roughly 15 to 20 officers are aiding in the search for the inmates.

If you have any information, please contact the Delaware County Sheriff's Office.


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