WAYNESVILLE, Missouri- The Pulaski County Daily News is reporting that Sheriff Ron Long announced Monday morning that two jail inmates who escaped early Sunday morning, Dustin R. Richardson, 27, and JR Sherrell, 32, are still being sought, and are believed to be in the company of a woman, Marlee Nicole Davy, 21, from Lebanon, who was in a red Chevy Suburban when the three eluded law enforcement in a high speed Sunday chase near Crocker.
It is also being reported by KY3.com that a jailer, Angelica Black, 22, of Waynesville, has admitted to having sexual contact with Richardson. That crime could cost her four years in prison if convicted.
The report also says that she and Dustin Richardson kissed and fondled each other sometime this month.
The first escapee is identified as James Randall (J.R) Sherrell, 32, a white male, 5’6, 120 lbs. Sherrell has short brown hair and green eyes, with multiple tattoos about his body. This inmate was in custody for Possession of a Controlled Substance and Interfering with a Felony Arrest. Sherrell is a career offender and should be considered dangerous.
The second escapee is Dustin Richardson, 27, a white male, 5’11, 180 pounds. Richardson has short brown hair and brown eyes, with multiple tattoos about his body. This inmate was in custody for Child Molestation, 1st Degree, and has another outstanding warrant out of Camdenton County for Molesting a Minor. Richardson is also a career offender and should be considered dangerous.
If you have any information regarding the location of either suspect, please contact the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department at 574-774-6196, or call 911.