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Update: Two Inmates Walk Away from Marion County Adjustment Center

Date of News Release: 11/05/2012

Ronny Ray Stutes(Columbia, KY) - Post 15 was advised earlier today, by the Louisville Metro Police Department, that 49-year-old Ronny Ray Stutes had been located and arrested related to seperate charges in the Jefferson County area.

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Update: Two Inmates Walk Away from Marion County Adjustment Center

Date of News Release: 11/03/2012

Kenneth Gibson(Lebanon, KY.) 55-year-old Kenneth Gibson was arrested earlier today at 11:05 EDT by Marion County Deputy Sheriff Courtney Deering. He was lodged in the Marion County Detention Center.

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Two Inmates Walk Away from Marion County Adjustment Center

Date of News Release: 11/03/2012

(Lebanon, KY.) 49-year-old Ronny Ray Stutes and 55-year-old Kenneth Gibson walked away from the Marion County Adjustment Center this morning (11/02/2012) at 9:18 AM EDT.

Ronny Ray StutesStutes is a 5'10", 205 lb., white male with brown hair and eyes. He has a medium build and complexion with a last known address of Ky Route 306, Wheelwright, KY. He was serving a sentence for being a Persistent Felony Offender, Wanton Endangerment 1st Degree, Perjury, Bail Jumping, and Theft by Unlawful Taking. He was also serving time for Escape 2nd.

Kenneth GibsonGibson is a 5'7", 160 lb. white male with black (graying) hair and brown eyes. He has a medium complexion and has previously lived in Garrett and Meade County, KY. He was serving time for Manufacturing, Sale, Possession of Marijuana, Escape 2nd, Burglary 1st, Persistent Felony Offender and Robbery 1st Degree.

If anyone has any information as to the whereabouts of the two men, please contact local law enforcement by dialing 911 or call the Kentucky State Police at 1-800-222-5555.

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