Woman Pays $2,500 to Help Brother Escape Jail Police Investigate!

Woman Pays $2,500 to Help Brother Escape Jail: Police Investigate!

Authorities in Virginia claim that a lady from North Carolina assisted in the jailbreak of her brother, who is one of two individuals charged with the shooting of a deputy in the previous year. The deputy was killed in the line of duty.

Adriana Marin-Sotelo, age 31, was taken into custody on Tuesday in High Point, North Carolina, according to a criminal complaint that was filed with the Middle District of North Carolina. This information was provided by WTVD.

According to WSOC-TV, she is accused of participating in a plot between Friday and Monday with the intent to provoke or facilitate Alder Alfonso Marin-Sotelo’s escape from custody.

According to WTVD’s reporting, Alder Marin-Sotelo has been implicated in the murder of Wake County Deputy Ned Byrd. According to WSOC-TV, the officer was shot numerous times while responding to a report on August 11, 2022.

According to WSOC, Byrd, who had been working as a K-9 officer since March 2018, was discovered dead when the sheriff’s office sent other deputies to check on him.

According to the news station, Alder Marin-Sotelo was being detained for violating federal weapon laws at the Piedmont Regional Jail in Farmville, Virginia. The charges stemmed from his possession of firearms.

According to the records, Alder Marin-Sotelo was spotted on video surveillance at the prison escape the jail at around 2 a.m. EDT on April 30. This information was obtained by WGHP-TV. Several hours later, he was observed driving away in a red Mustang, which was captured on surveillance.

WTVD reports that another inmate, 44-year-old Bruce Callahan, went missing from the facility where he was being held.

According to court records, Alder Marin-Sotelo contacted his brother from the detention facility and instructed that person to “pick up the getaway car” in High Point, as reported by WGHP. The investigators suspect that the caller was Alder Marin-Sotelo.

According to reports from WTVD, investigators said that Adriana Marin-Soleto paid someone $2,500 to put a vehicle in the parking area of the prison for her brother to utilize in his escape attempt.

A judge decided on Tuesday that Adriana Marin-Soleto should continue to be held in custody by the United States Marshal’s Office.

According to WTVD, she is expected to make another court appearance this coming Friday.

According to WSOC, Alder Marin-Sotelo has not been captured yet.

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