Police: Escapee May Be Headed To Lexington

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Updated: 8/23/2012 6:24 pm
Police say one of two men who escaped the Adair County Jail Wednesday may be headed to Lexington.

According to the jail, Antonio Howard and Ira Boles escaped while working in a minimum security part of the jail.

The jail says that Howard is from Lexington, and believe he is headed this way because he threatened someone in the city last night.

Howard is described as dangerous.
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