12 Inmates Escape Alabama Jail Overnight, 1 Remains at Large

Twelve inmates escaped from the Walker County Jail in Alabama, on Sunday night, according to authorities, as a manhunt to recapture them all got underway.

As of Monday morning, 11 inmates had been recaptured, but one inmate — Brady Andrew Kilpatrick — still remained at large.

Jail staff was performing routine duties inside the facility when they noticed a dozen inmates missing, the Walker County Sheriff’s Office said in a statement.

Two of the inmates who had escaped are charged with attempted murder. Others had minor charges such as failure to appear.

Kilpatrick, 24, was arrested for possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, and possession of marijuana.

The names of the recaptured inmates are: Steven Blake Lamb, 28, of Quinton; Christopher Michael Smith, age 19, of Jasper; Michael Adam McGuff, 30, of Jasper; Larry Inman Jr., 29, of Parrish; Ethan Howard Pearl, 24, of Jasper; Johnny Richard Hunter, 26, of Jasper; Christopher Cole Spain, 18, of Jasper; Kristopher Keith Secrest, 20, of Oakman; Quadrekas Latoddrick Key, 21, of Parrish; Timothy Chaz Cooper, 28, of Cordova; Steven Sanford Hartley, 27, of Hoover.

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SOURCE: NBC News, Kalhan Rosenblatt and Kurt Chirbas