It has been more than a month since Naseem Isaiah Roulack, 21, also known as "Lil Nas," made a daring escape from the custody of the Virginia Department of Corrections. The young Woodbridge man had been serving a 13-year sentence for a string of serious offenses, including aggravated malicious wounding, grand larceny, and a hit and run incident in Prince William County. Now, the search for his whereabouts continues, leaving authorities and the community on edge.
Roulack's audacious escape occurred on August 12th at around 5:50 a.m. while he was receiving medical treatment at Bon Secours St. Mary's Hospital in Henrico County. Despite the presence of two state corrections officers, Roulack managed to slip away, evading capture and leaving law enforcement agencies puzzled.
The Virginia Department of Corrections is spearheading the relentless hunt for Roulack, collaborating closely with the Virginia State Police as well as local and federal authorities. To aid in his capture, the U.S. Marshals Service has offered a substantial $5,000 cash reward to anyone providing information that leads to Roulack's apprehension. Tips can be submitted at 1-877-WANTED2 or through the USMS Tips app, ensuring that the public has a crucial role to play in this ongoing manhunt.
Authorities have issued a stern warning to the public, urging them not to approach Roulack under any circumstances. Instead, they ask anyone with information about his whereabouts to immediately contact 1-877-896-5764, dial #77, or contact 911. Roulack is described as a Black male, standing at 5'8" and weighing 225 pounds, with distinctive brown eyes. He sports four identifiable tattoos, including "Marie" on his chest, "RIP Ish" on his left arm, "Cut Throat" on his right cheek, and "Faith Is Seeing Light With Your Heart When All Your Eyes See Is Darkness" on his right arm.
The escape of Naseem Isaiah Roulack has captured the attention of the community and law enforcement agencies alike, serving as a reminder of the challenges faced in maintaining the security of correctional facilities. As the search intensifies, the hope remains that Roulack will be brought to justice swiftly, ensuring the safety and peace of mind of residents in the region.
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