One third of the escaped inmate remains at large

Two inmates who escaped a Tennessee prison last week are now dead. They were allegedly taking advantage of a convenience store to steal on Monday, and leading police to chase them in Wilmington, North Carolina.

After their vehicle was damaged during pursuit, Tobias Carr (38) and Timothy Sarver (45), were declared dead.

According to the Sullivan County Sheriff’s Office, Johnny Brown, 50, is still missing.
Three inmates escaped the Sullivan County Jail, northeastern Tennessee, on Friday morning.

Authorities believe that the fugitives were driving a 2001 Chevrolet Silverado truck in Pulaski on Sunday.

The U.S. The U.S. Marshals offered a $7,500 reward if they could lead to the arrest of each prisoner.

Carr was charged with second-degree murder and tampering evidence.

Sarver was incarcerated for identity theft, auto theft, drug paraphernalia possession, and unlawfully carrying a weapon.

Brown is still at large and was convicted for domestic assault, stalking, harassment, aggravated stalking, and other charges. It is not known if Brown was in the same group as the other fugitives that led to the robbery.
Anybody with information regarding Brown’s whereabouts should call the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation at 1-800TBI-FIND.