Virginia Prison Escapees Considered Armed, Dangerous
Posted October 17, 2005
RALEIGH, N.C. — Two inmates considered armed and dangerous are still on the loose after escaping from a Virginia correctional facility earlier this month, according to authorities.
Authorities believe James Bailey, 39, and Joshua McCaffity, 22, left in a state prison Chevrolet pickup truck after walking away from work duty at the
James River Correctional Facility
Virginia State Police said it did not consider the two men a threat at first, but now believe the two broke into a home and stole several items, including three guns.
Bailey is serving four years for possession of cocaine; McCaffity is serving eight years for breaking and entering.
Virginia State Police urged anyone who sees these two individuals to immediately call