Man who broke out of jail gets life in prison - WLOX.com - The News for South Mississippi

Man who broke out of jail gets life in prison

January 2008, Brown is captured and escorted back to jail. January 2008, Brown is captured and escorted back to jail.
Mark Kee Brown (Photo source: Harrison Co. Sheriff's Dept.) Mark Kee Brown (Photo source: Harrison Co. Sheriff's Dept.)

By WLOX Staff

BILOXI, MS (WLOX) - Mark Kee Brown will spend the rest of his life in prison. A jury took just 30 minutes Thursday to determine the 32-year-old was guilty of botching a robbery and then killing a D'Iberville man.

The victim, Larry Turner, died on July 6, 2005.

The name Mark Kee Brown should be familiar to you. Last year, Brown was one of the Harrison County inmates who reportedly used a door to smash through a cell block wall, and break out of the jail. Brown was captured three days later.

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