Arkansas authorities launch a search for two dangerous inmates who fled detention center

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Little Rock, Arkansas – Arkansas authorities have initiated a search for two inmates considered “dangerous” after they were found to be missing from the Dub Brassell Adult Detention Center in Pine Bluff. The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office reported the disappearance of Noah Roush and Jatonia Bryant around 10:30 a.m. on Tuesday.

Both individuals, Noah Roush, 22, and Jatonia Bryant, 23, are labeled as “dangerous,” and the sheriff’s office has cautioned against approaching them. Bryant was being held on probable cause for capital murder, while Roush faced probable cause for residential burglary and theft, and was also a suspect in a homicide.

The pair is believed to have escaped sometime between Sunday and Tuesday. Authorities have launched an intensive search operation to locate and apprehend them.

Jatonia Bryant stands at 5’11” and is described as Black, weighing approximately 145 pounds. Noah Roush, on the other hand, is 6’2″, white, and weighs around 180 pounds. Roush has a distinguishing scar on the right side of his head.

Multiple law enforcement agencies, including the Pine Bluff Police Department Vice and Narcotics, Arkansas State Police, the state Department of Correction, and the sheriff’s office, are collaborating to locate and capture the escaped inmates.

The search for Roush and Bryant remains ongoing, with authorities urging the public to report any information that may assist in their apprehension.

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