Search continues for drug offender who fled Marshall Co. courthouse

MADILL, Okla. (KXII) - Surveillance footage shows Nathan Usrey in the courtroom then as the judge sentences him to prison time, he gets up and takes off.

Usrey was being sentenced in court for violating probation, he'd been serving 5 years probation for a meth conviction.

"It is my understanding the court revoked a couple of years of probationary sentence and was going to sentence him to DOC time," Sheriff Danny Cryer said.

Sheriff Cryer says Usrey was last seen turning a corner onto the street where Mark Orange works.

"I got a phone call from a fireman I know," Orange said. "(He) said they had a manhunt going on cause somebody ran from the courthouse."

Orange says he saw about a dozen officers outside.

"They came through my yard, searching with a dog looking to see if he was out in one of my outbuildings," Orange said.

Sheriff Cryer says he's working with officials in surrounding counties to track Usrey down.

Usrey, who is from Calera, now faces a additional charges for Wednesday's get away.

Anyone who helps him could be charged with a felony.

"He was actually sentenced to an additional six months in the county jail yesterday for contempt of court," Sheriff Cryer said. "He'll also be charged with escape and we'll have to see what the court system does with that charge."

Sheriff Cryer ask if you have any information to give the Marshall County Sheriff's Office a call.



 
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