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Also in FebruaryU. Ted Deutch ed U. Booker and Deutch had ly called for investigations into the transport industry, which is largely unregulated. A July analysis by The Marshall Project found that private prisoner transportation companies were involved in over 50 crashes, 60 escapes and 19 deaths since The nonprofit news organization also noted in early that the status of an inquiry into the industry, announced in by the U.
Department of Justice, remains unclear.
The prisoner who escaped from the TPTS van, year-old Cedrick Marks, was a professional mixed martial arts fighter indicted in Texas for two capital murders committed in January He is also a person of interest in a third homicide in Minnesota. Maxwell told police she was present when Marks murdered the couple at his home in Killeen, Texas, and also when he buried their bodies in a shallow grave about miles north near Clearwater, Oklahoma.
Police discovered the bodies on January 15,a week after Scott and Swearingin went missing. According to police officers in Bloomington, Minnesota, Marks is also a person of interest in the disappearance of the mother of one of his children, April Pease.
Marks was arrested by U. When a grand jury in Bell County, Texas returned an indictment against him for the double homicide on February 3,TPTS arranged for his extradition from Michigan. Despite being restrained with handcuffs, leg shackles and a belly chain, Marks managed to escape. Conroe Police Lt. Scott Spencer announced.
Jail officials terminated the video visit after 13 minutes when they discovered it was being used for a media interview. Bell County had contracted with TPTS to transport around prisoners annually over the past three years. PTS became the leader of the industry in when it acquired rival U. Corrections, Inc. Corrections, in turn, had been formed in by the owners of USG7, another transportation service. The Marshall Project reported that Johnny Smith, a year-old disabled construction worker, died in after spending nearly 24 hours shackled inside a USG7 van transporting him to Florida from Kentucky to face a drug possession charge for a single oxycodone pill.
Corrections — now part of PTS as a result of the merger — in which they received a combined The Jacques brothers, whose father, Leslie, was killed in a crash while driving a USG7 prison transport van inpublicly denied any connection between U. Corrections and USG7. They also denied that they had been principals of the company, contrary to the s of former employees who are still owed back pay.
Corrections transport van inlocked inside a cage with no water, no way to lie down and an empty bottle to use when he had to urinate. The judge in that case was also concerned that the Jacques brothers were using the PTS merger to avoid liability for U.
But the brothers claimed they had misplaced a flash drive containing company documents and that other records had been on a rented truck that went missing. With almost no government oversight, prisoner transportation companies remain one of the shadiest, least transparent components of the private prison industry.
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