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Russell Kerr of Fort Worth TX meets up with Tammy and meets her in New Orleans. Tammy's brother pulls up and have Kerr to drive with a stash of goods to sell for $7000 until he pulls over with when one of the rear tires flatten and police car came up to him on foot, then cops arrested him and sentence him up to 60 years in maximum security for aggravated robbery he claims he didn't commit. While in prison he gets into tire shop where he meets with inmate Christopher Stout and discuss the plan to escape. He makes a battleaxe and threatened the guard with a knife on the throat, duct taped him and locked him up. Then the men gets into the prison truck, first driving very slowly and then crank the speed up, running over the gates to freedom as guard holding a rifle on the tower watches them in shock (and interestingly inmates behind the fence were also shocked). Then few miles down the road, the prison alarm goes off and they had to abandon the truck in the barn and began trekking on foot. Soon, a barn owner finds the truck and calls the police and K9 unit. The guys find an abandoned warehouse to hide in. When Stout sees an owner leaves the house, he wakes Kerr up and went to the house, then the owner pulls up and finds that the front door is open. The owner went by next door and got a rifle, then the sheriffs pulls up and Kerr at the warehouse hides in the raptor of the ceiling as cops came in to look for them. Kerr emerges from the warehouse and began trekking on foot. He finds the train tracks and then the maintenance truck spotted him and cops pull up and began searching for him using K9. He buries in the ground with face exposed when police and K9 walk past him and he re-emerges when it gets dark. Then he sees cop cars with bright headlights on are there and he prepares to trek right through the line of fire. He managed to crawl across the street without cops in the cars spotting him. Kerr then stops by a bar on New Year's evening to enlist someone to ride him to town. After they prepare to take off, the cops block them, arrested Kerr and sent back to prison. While there he found out that Stout was arrested just hours before when a resident lets a dog in the yard, barks at Stout while hiding in tent made of truck cabin, then the owner calls the police to find him. Kerr spends the next 70 years in prison, most likely for rest of his life.

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