Woman Arrested, Escaped Inmate Still at Large
By West Kentucky Star Staff
MARSHALL COUNTY, KY - State Police are looking for an inmate from Marshall County Jail who walked away from a work detail on Thursday, and have charged a woman with helping him flee the scene. 

According to Kentucky State Police, 27-year-old Jeremy L. Meadows left a work assignment at around 10 a.m. His last known address was in Water Valley.

Meadows is white, weighs 140 pounds and is six feet tall. He has blue eyes and short brown hair. He has several tattoos, including horn tattoos on each temple.

Surveillance cameras captured Meadows getting into a late 1990's or early 2000's, gold or silver Chevrolet Tahoe or Suburban and fleeing the area. Troopers arrested 44-year-old Tammy Lamb later that afternoon after locating the vehicle at a home on Ledbetter Road in Calloway County. She is charged with second degree escape.

Police are still looking for Meadows, and say he may still be in the area. He should be considered dangerous and should not be approached.

Anyone with information on Meadows' location is asked to contact law enforcement.

Published 06:29 PM, Thursday Dec. 07, 2017
Updated 07:22 PM, Friday Dec. 08, 2017

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