No updates on the four prisoners who escaped the prison satellite camp

Hopewell, Virginia (AP) — Authorities have released updates on the search for four prisoners who fled on Sunday the day after they were found missing from a satellite camp in a federal prison in Virginia. not.

According to the Federal Bureau of Prisons, prisoners’ Corey branch, Tavares Raffane Graham, Lamonte Rashawn Willis, and Kareem Allen Shaw are missing at a satellite camp in the Federal Correctional Facility Petersburg, Hopewell, Virginia. It was discovered that he was there. Officials said the minimum security facility contained 185 male criminals. Authorities did not give details on how the prisoners escaped. Authorities did not release new information regarding Sunday’s search.

Officials said the US Marshals Service, the FBI and other law enforcement agencies had been notified and an internal investigation had begun.

The 41-year-old Branch was sentenced to more than 13 years in eastern Virginia for possessing fentanyl, who possesses firearms, and the intention of distributing a felony. 44-year-old Graham was sentenced to 10 years in eastern North Carolina for possessing more than 500 grams of cocaine and more than 28 grams of cocaine base with the intention of distributing firearms to encourage drug trafficking crimes. I was sentenced.

Willis, 30, was sentenced to 18 years in eastern Virginia for possession and concealment of stolen firearms and possession of firearms by a convicted serious offender. Shaw, 46, was sentenced to more than 16 years in prison for plotting in the western part of Virginia with the intention of distributing measurable amounts of heroin.