Authorities search for man who escaped from Fort Supply prison
Floyd L. Miller went missing from the William S. Key Correctional Facility in Fort Supply Sunday morning.
FORT SUPPLY – Authorities are searching for a man who escaped Sunday from the William S. Key Correctional facility.
Floyd L. Miller, 42, was discovered missing from the minimum security prison about 7:30 a.m. He is serving 15 years for manufacturing methamphetamine, according to Department of Corrections records.
Linda Eike, a spokeswoman for the prison, said Miller was present for the 5:45 a.m. count. The prisoners were allowed into the yard for breakfast and then returned for a 7:30 a.m. count, when Miller was discovered missing.
“He could have walked away, he could have been picked up by a car, there are lots of possibilities,” Eike said. “We don't have a fence around out perimeter.”
Miller arrived at the prison last month. He has a previous conviction for extortion.
Miller is 5 feet 8 inches tall, 154 pounds with red hair and brown eyes. Eike said anyone who sees him should call local law enforcement.
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