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3 walk away from Oklahoma State Reformatory in Granite

Wednesday, July 18, 2018

1 arrested; 2 still outstanding 

OKLAHOMA CITY -- Three inmates walked away Wednesday morning from Oklahoma State Reformatory in Granite, the Oklahoma Department of Corrections Reports. 

One was apprehended shortly afterward, and the remaining two were still unaccounted for Wednesday afternoon. 

The inmates are: 

· Jody Elmore, 29, serving a three-year sentence for forgery out of McIntosh County. 

· Chad Adams, a 32-year-old serving a seven-year sentence for carrying contraband into a jail out of Pottawatomie County. 

· Jon Elliot, a 22-year-old serving a four-year sentence for conspiracy to commit grand larceny out of Le Flore County. 

An Oklahoma game warden arrested Elliot at Quartz Mountain nearby. 

ODOC Fugitive Apprehension & Investigations agents, as well as the agency’s partners in law enforcement, are looking for Elmore and Adams. 

Elmore is described as bald, white, 6-feet 2-inches tall, and weighing about 180 pounds with brown eyes. 

Adams is described as white, 5-feet 11-inches tall, weighing around 161 pounds, with brown hair and blue eyes. 

Elmore may still be in clothing that identifies him as an inmate. 

Anyone with information can call our escapee hotline at 405-425-2698 or email warrants@doc.ok.gov. All calls and emails are confidential. 

Chad Adams Walk Away from Oklahoma State ReformatoryChad Adams

Jody Elmore, walk away from the Oklahoma State ReformatoryJody Elmore


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