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Eight escape from Marion County jail


COLUMBIA, MISS (WDAM) - Eight inmates escaped early this morning (Monday) from the Marion Walthall Correctional Facility within the city limits of Columbia.

All eight inmates were last seen wearing orange jail-issued clothing. The following is a list of the inmates with descriptions:


Toney T. Clark

Black/Male

Date of Birth:  01-19-1988

Weight:  Approximately 160

Height:  Approximately  5’5”


 John David Smith Jr.

White/Male

Date of Birth:  04-19-1990

Weight:  Aprroximately 220

Height:  Aproximately  6’01”


 Mickah Lott

White/Male

Date of Birth:  12-04-1980

Weight:  Approximately 175

Height:  Approximately 5’09”


 Derrick Rainey

Black/Male

Date of Birth:  03-31-1987

Weight:  Approximately 140

Height:  Approximately 5’11”


 David L. Johnson Jr.

White/Male

Date of Birth:  12-27-1985

Weight:  Approximately 159

Height:  Approximately 5’10”


If any contact is made with these individuals please contact your local law enforcement agency or the Marion County Sheriff’s Office at (601) 736-2711. 

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