Man sentenced to life in murder case escapes Oklahoma jail by posing as his cellmate and then posting bond.
34-year-old Patrick M. Walker escaped the Payne County Jail the night before, Walker posed as a cellmate and posted bond for that man.
Walker is serving a life sentence for first-degree murder comes up with a smart way to escape prison by impersonating another prisoner named Charles Pendarvis whom he “closely resembled” and then had someone post bond for Pendarvis.
when the bond person arrived and staff at the jail called for Pendarvis, Walker walked out like he is the other inmate.
Walker is described as a 5-foot, 7-inch black man who weighs 174 pounds with black hair and brown eyes. He has a large scar along his left jaw.
The Department of Corrections released a warning statement.
“He is considered armed and extremely dangerous. If you see someone who may be Walker, call 911 immediately - do not approach him.”
the inmate whose Walker impersonate did not want to be part of the mission, and rather did it to save his life after he was threatened.
Walker is still roaming around in the streets with a fake Id, Anyone with information can call Oklahoma's fugitive hotline at 866-363-1119 or email warrants(at)doc.ok.gov.