4 'dangerous' teenage inmates still at large after escaping from Tennessee Detention Center

10 days ago

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Authorities in Nashville, Tennessee are looking for four juvenile inmates who had escaped the detention center on Saturday night.

Metro Nashville Police Department officers are trying to track down the four inmates who are considered dangerous after they managed to run away of Davidson County Detention Center when they were left unsupervised for a few moments: "Officers were told that the four were on a work detail when their staff supervisor left them to address a fight at another location inside the facility," a police spokesman said. "They managed to get onto the elevator and used staff protocols to ride to the ground floor."

Two of the escapees, Decorrius Wright and Morris Marsh are murder suspects. The two others, Calvin Howse and Brandon Caruthers are charged with robbery and theft.