Neighbors react after vehicle linked to missing inmate found in Williamson County

Williamson Count
Posted at 8:41 AM, May 07, 2022
and last updated 2022-05-07 09:41:56-04

WILLIAMSON COUNTY, Tenn. (WTVF) — The search for Casey White and Vicky White has drawn national attention. One week from the last time they were seen, detectives are now focusing on Williamson County.

Williamson County Sheriff's Office officials said they found the car belonging to the Alabama corrections officer earlier this week.

Jennifer Carr said she didn't think too much when a car left on the side of the road was towed last Friday.

"I was sitting at my desk and I heard a louder truck engine running and it was parked right there where I could see," Carr said.

She never would have imagined waking up to news that the broken down car she saw belonged to two fugitives.
The situation has neighbors asking the same question.

"It's just kind of middle of nowhere in Williamson County, I don't know how they got here, but they got here," said Mason Estabrooks who lives close to where the SUV was found.

The Lauderdale County Sheriff's Department said there's no sign that the Whites are still in Williamson County but are working on canvassing the area for clues.

The U.S. Marshall Service is offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to the capture of Casey White and $5,000 for information leading to Vicky White.

If there is a sighting, people need to call 911, or call the Lauderdale County Sheriff’s Office at (256) 760-5757, or U-S Marshalls at 1-(800) 336-0102.