Homicide Suspect Escaped From Pennsylvania Jail
According to Warren City Police Department, the homicide suspect Michael Charles Burham was discovered missing on Friday morning, CBS News reported. Burham was being held on charges of arson and burglary, and he is also a suspect in a homicide investigation. Additionally, officials believe he is connected to a carjacking and kidnapping incident that occurred in May.
Reports suggest that Burham, the homicide suspect managed to escape by climbing down from the jail’s roof using bed sheets he tied together. Warren County spokesperson Cecile Stelter described him as a “self-taught survivalist with military experience” during a news conference held by the Pennsylvania State Police.
Law enforcement authorities have reason to believe that Burham is still in the general area, potentially hiding in the nearby woods. They consider him to be armed and dangerous due to his criminal history, and there is a possibility that he has acquired a firearm.
Homicide Suspect Last Seen
Burham was last seen wearing an orange and white striped inmate jumpsuit, along with a denim jacket and Croc-style shoes. The location of homicide suspect is situated approximately 10 miles from South New York.
Multiple agencies, including the U.S. Forest Service, U.S. Border Patrol, and the Jamestown Police Department, are participating in the manhunt. Local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies are working collaboratively to locate and apprehend the escaped homicide suspect, ensuring the safety of the community.