U.S. Marshals Release New Information on Casey White and Vicky White as the Fugitive Couple Remains at Large

A.W. Naves

Casey White and Vicky White(Photos: US Marshals)

The U.S. Marshals Service (USMS) has released new information about Alabama fugitives Casey White and Vicky White. Casey White escaped from the Lauderdale County Jail on April 29, 2022, assisted by a correctional officer named Vicky White.

The information includes photos of Casey White’s tattoos, including some that show his affiliation with a white supremacist prison gang called the Southern Brotherhood. Though no photo is published, U.S. Marshals say that he also has a tattoo of eyeballs on the back of his head which may not be visible due to hair growth. Larger photos of the tattoos below can be found on the USMS site.

Casey White Tattoos(Photos: US Marshals)

Another photo shows what Vicky White might look like with shorter or darkened hair if she has attempted to disguise her blonde hair.

U.S. Marshals' rendering of possible changes in Vicky White's appearance(Photos: US Marshals)

Scaled renderings of the couple show the considerable difference between Vicky White’s 5 foot five inch, 145-pound frame, and Casey White’s 6 foot 9 inch, 330-pound frame. The sketches also show the couple in comparison to the size of the 2007 orange/copper 2007 Ford Edge owned by Ms. White and a door frame for reference

Size comparison of fugitives and the 2007 Ford Edge they may be driving(Photos: US Marshals)

Size comparison of fugitives and a standard size door frame(Photos: US Marshals)

The U.S. Marshals continue to offer rewards for information leading to the capture of these two fugitives. Rewards are currently set at $5,000 for Vicky White and $10,000 for Casey White. The authorities have warned that the pair is considered armed and dangerous. Do not approach them.

Please report any sightings or tips to the U.S. Marshals Service at 1-800-336-0102. Anonymous tips can be sent via the U.S. Marshals Tip App.

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