Teenage Perry County murder suspect escapes jail
A teenage murder suspect escaped from the Perry County Jail for the second time in a week.
According to Fourth Judicial District Attorney Michael Jackson, Aldonte Jaquan Banks, 17, escaped on Labor Day. He also escaped last week, but was caught by law enforcement.
A Uniontown resident, Banks is charged with murder in the murder of Jimmie Rembert Jr. The shooting happened in the 400 block of Cedar Bluff Road on June 2.
Banks, Rembert and a third man – Johnnie Robertson Jr. – were walking on Cedar Bluff Road in the area of “Cut Through Road. The trio each shot their handguns in the air. Banks drew his 9mm pistol and aimed it at Rembert and fired several times.“Maybe his name is Otis Campbell on the Andy Griffith show,” Jackson said.
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