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The prisoner carves out of jail and on the run in Texas, police say

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In Texas, officials are searching for an inmate who escaped them in the Gregg County jail in Longview on Thursday, after it cut through a brick wall in order to escape from his prison cell, in a Facebook posting by the county sheriff’s department said.

Jace Martin Law, 34, was originally recorded in Sept. 7, 2018, for marijuana possession, before the next day, The Telegraph newspaper in Macon, Ga., have been reported.

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The next week or so, Laws have been arrested by the Gregg County Sheriff’s Office for marijuana possession, burglary of a building theft of a motor vehicle, evading arrest, and assault of a Longview police officer, the jail, the records say.

Gregg County sheriff’s deputies are on the look out for Jace, Martin Law, 34, who escaped from the county jail early Thursday.

After allegedly freeing himself from his prison cell, he was able to gain access to the building, its infrastructure, and the strengthening of the freedom of leaving the Johnson County Courthouse, the newspaper reported.

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The researchers believe that it may be in Marion County, in the vicinity of the Lake of the Pines, in the Eastern part of Texas, and to say he was wearing dark clothes and shaved his head, the newspaper reported.

People should not attempt to approach or apprehend, the Laws, police have warned.

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