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Breaking news: Hodgen escapee

August 25, 2011

William K. Parker

Officials with DOC and the LeFlore County Sheriff's Department are currently searching for an escapee. William K. Parker, 45, was discovered missing from the Jim E. Hamilton Correctional Facility in Hodge around 6 p.m. Parker is described as a whtie male with gray hair and hazel eyes. He weighs approximately 200 pounds.
According to the DOC website Parker's most recent conviction was in April for domestic assault and battery by stragulation. He also has several convictions for eluding a police officer and avoiding a police road block as well as various drug charges. He also has two previous escape convictions in 1986 and 1987.
Parker has several tatoos including a unicorn and a 13 and a 1/2 inch woman on his left arm and a heart with flowers and a parrot on his right arm. He also has a skull and ape on his left leg and the grim reaper, face, stars and an executioner on his right leg.
If you have any information regarding this escapee please call the LeFlore County Sheriff's Department at 918-647-2317, your local police department or 911 immediately.

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