WAYNESVILLE, Missouri- Pulaski County Sheriff Ron Long says fugitive Dustin Richardson and his accomplice, Marlee Davy are still on the lam.

Richardson 27, is 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.

A female who was driving a vehicle that lead law enforcement officers on a high speed chase in North Pulaski County yesterday has been identified as Marlee N. Davy, 21, from Lebanon. A County deputy engaged in a pursuit with Davy’s vehicle after two inmates that escaped from the Pulaski County Jail were observed in it. The pursuit began in the City of Crocker and continued throughout Northern Pulaski and Southern Miller counties for approximately 15 minutes. During the chase, Davy and the inmates made numerous attempts to injure the pursuing deputy. The suspects were able to escape after the deputy’s vehicle had a tire blowout. Numerous felony charges regarding this incident are expected to be filed today. The deputy was not injured during the incident.

They were last observed north of Richland, and driving a red in color Chevy Suburban. If you have any information regarding the location of these individuals, please contact the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department at 573-774-6196, or call 911.