Seven days ago, a convicted killer escaped from Chester County Jail by “Crab Walking” up the jail yard walls. A new jail video shows the offender scaling two walls separated by a 5ft passageway. According to the BBC, razor wire was erected when another convict fled, although it was manifestly ineffective. The acting warden of the Chester County jail stated at a press conference that the jail had engaged security specialists following the 18 May breakout of Igore Bolte, who informed authorities that he escaped using his experience of rock climbing.
Fugitive Danelo Cavalcante Absconded from The Chester County Prison On August 31 By Scaling a Wall
Fugitive Danelo Cavalcante absconded from the Chester County Prison on August 31 by scaling a wall to gain access to the roof and pushing through razor wire before jumping down to a less secure area to make his escape, according to the acting warden, Howard Holland.
Cavalcante, 34, was convicted on August 16 of first-degree murder in the death of his former lover, Deborah Branda, 33, in 2021. He was condemned to life in prison without the possibility of release.
The Fugitive 34 Was in The Facility Awaiting Transfer to A State Jail
Cavalcante escaped from the jail on August 31 at 8:51 a.m. Officers noticed a missing inmate at 9:45 a.m. and initiated a special count, which verified his departure.
The search has been intensified by officials. “Our main focus is bringing this man into custody. We are putting all of our efforts into trying to locate him,” Chester County District Attorney Deb Ryan told the Washington Post.
About a week after being condemned to life in prison, the convict escaped. On August 16, he was convicted of first-degree murder in the death of his former girlfriend, Deborah Branda, 33, in 2021. He was condemned to life in prison without the possibility of release.