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Crime Relatives, family friend of Nashville teen charged with facilitating escape from juvenile detention

18:40  06 december  2019
18:40  06 december  2019 Source:   tennessean.com

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The 15-year-old girlfriend of a teenager charged in the killing of a Nashville musician has been arrested for helping him avoid capture following his escape from a Tennessee juvenile detention facility.

Nashville teens escape : MNPD search for juveniles who fled detention center. Wright is accused in the February shooting death of Nashville musician Kyle Yorlets on Torbett Street. Howse is charged with auto theft and gun possession charrge from a Nov.

Three people, including the mother of one of the teens, have been arrested on charges connected with four teens' escape from a Nashville juvenile detention center, Metro Nashville police announced overnight Friday.

a person posing for the camera: Danielle Horton, charged in connection with son Calvin Howse's escape.© MNPD Danielle Horton, charged in connection with son Calvin Howse's escape.

The four teens, including two homicide suspects, escaped the Nashville juvenile detention center Saturday night after they were let out of their cell and then left unattended by Youth Opportunity staff.

Two of the teens — Decorrius Wright, 16, and Calvin Howse, 15 — were apprehended Tuesday night in Madison. The other two — Morris Marsh and Brandon Caruthers, both 17 — remained at large.

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  Hearing delayed in Kyle Yorlets homicide case after teen suspect escaped Police say Decorrius Wright, 16, walked out of the downtown Juvenile Detention Center Saturday night, less than two days before the transfer hearing was scheduled.Then the prosecutor called around 5:30 a.m. and told them to stay at home. The court date would not go forward because one of the suspects had escaped juvenile detention and was on the run.

Nashville teens escape : MNPD search for juveniles who fled detention center. Metro Nashville Police spokesperson Don Aaron gives an update on the search for four escaped juveniles accused of violent crimes at a news conference at MNPD headquarters on Monday, Dec.

Two of the four teenagers who escaped from a Tennessee juvenile detention facility on Saturday have been apprehended, Nashville police The arrests come three days after Wright, Howse, and two other teens escaped from the Davidson County Juvenile Justice Center in downtown Nashville .

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Police say Juvenile Crime Task Force arrested two of Howse's relatives and a family friend Thursday night on charges of being accessories after the fact and facilitation of escape.

Howse's mother Danielle Horton, 33, cousin Tyrone Anderson, 29, and friend Brandi Lyonn, 35, are in custody, police said in a news release.

An arrest warrant charging the same offense are outstanding for Howse's sister Jasmine Howse, 18.

Police say that when Howse was captured in Madison Tuesday night, he was carrying a cell phone which, according to analysis by MNPD electronics experts, showed that Horton not only knew of her son's whereabouts while he was on the run but assisted him in getting food and other items while she was with Jasmine and Anderson.

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  One of four Nashville juvenile escapees added to TBI’s most wanted list TBI announced one of the escapees, 17-year-old Brandon Caruthers was added to the list Monday evening. Two of the other three escapees, 16-year-old Deccorius Wright and 17-year-old Morris Marsh are both accused of murder in separate cases. And 15-year-old Calvin Howse was being held on auto theft and gun possession charges according to Metro Nashville police. Nashville’s police chief Steve Anderson says his department’s “Major Case Task Force” will be investigating the circumstances surrounding how the teens were able to escape Saturday night.

Nashville juvenile detention escape : Watch video of teens leaving facility Courtesy of Davidson County Juvenile Detention , Nashville Tennessean.

Nashville juvenile detention escape : Watch video of teens leaving facility Courtesy of Davidson County Juvenile Detention , Nashville Tennessean. 'Insufficient' investigative report from Youth Opportunity. The investigation began Monday morning with the full cooperation of juvenile court

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The police department analysis also indicated that Anderson assisted Howse in getting access to his Wi-Fi account. Police say it also showed that Lyonnn allowed Howse to sleep at her residence and helped Horton in getting him food.

Bond for Horton, Anderson and Lynn is set for $10,000 each.

Police continue to search for Marsh and Caruthers.  Anyone who may have seen them or know about their whereabouts is asked to contact Crime Stoppers at 615-742-7463.

There is a reward leading to each capture in excess of $5,000.

This article originally appeared on Nashville Tennessean: Relatives, family friend of Nashville teen charged with facilitating escape from juvenile detention

Nashville police catch fourth fugitive teen, find him with rifle and boxes of ammo .
Police arrested the 17-year-old boy, the last escapee who was still at large, at an apartment where officers found a large gun and ammunition.Brandon Caruthers, who is accused of armed robbery, is the last of the four fugitives to be captured after they fled from the detention center in Nashville, Tennessee, on Nov. 30, according to Metropolitan Nashville Police department.

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