Peanut Butter Used in Jail Break

A dozen inmates broke out of the Walker County Jail Sunday night.   All but one were back in custody as of Monday.   The sheriff's office said it's still looking for 24-year old Brady Kilpatrick of Cordova, who was in jail on charges including marijuana possession.  Sheriff Jim Underwood says the inmates used peanut-butter from jail sandwiches to trick a new jailer, using the topping to change the number of a door that leads outside, to the number of a cell.   When the jailer opened what was thought to be a cell door, it was actually the door leading outside, and the inmates bolted.  They used blankets to clear a razor-wire fence outside, investigators said.

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