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Escape notice issued for Mobile inmate

Lonnie Mack Odom (Source: AL DOC) Lonnie Mack Odom (Source: AL DOC)
MOBILE, AL (WSFA) -

The Alabama Department of Corrections is issuing an inmate escape notice for Lonnie Mack Odom. Odom is considered an escapee from the Mobile Community Based Facility.

All appropriate law enforcement agencies were notified at the time of the escape.

On October 15, 2013, at approximately 12:40 a.m., Odom, 38, was reported missing from his assigned job site. Odom was last seen by a supervisor at approximately 5:30 p.m. Odom could not be located during a subsequent ADOC search of the facility.

Odom is 5 feet, 8 inches, weighs 135 pounds and has green eyes and brown hair.  He was sentenced out of Mobile County on December 15, 2009, to a fifteen year sentence for burglary.

Odom's expiration of sentence date is July 1, 2016, with a possible parole hearing in May, 2014.   

If you have information regarding the whereabouts of this individual please contact your local law enforcement agency.

INFORMATION SOURCE: Alabama Dept. of Corrections

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