The US Marshals Service is offering a $1,000 reward for information leading to the location and apprehension of six inmates who were part of a breakout from the Yakima County Jail on Monday night.
The 14 who got out apparently broke open a fire door dropping down into the yard and hopping a fence. 8 were caught within hours, but six are still at large. They’ve been identified as :
- Fernando Gustavo Castenda-Sandoval, 31, of Yakima – US Marshall’s Office Hold
- Hugo Alejandro Amezcue-Hernandez, 28, of Yakima – Driving with a suspended license, reckless driving, resisting arrest, possession of a stolen motor vehicle, drug paraphernalia
- Miguel Angel Chavez-Amezcua, 27, of Moses Lake – Possession of a controlled substance, first-degree unlawful possession of a firearm, second-degree unlawful possession of a firearm
- Andrew Derrick Wolfley, 26, of Union Gap – Third-degree assault, attempted eluding, theft of a motor vehicle, identity theft, possession of stolen property
- Tyrone Adam Mulvaney, 34, of Moses Lake – Obstructing a law enforcement officer, offender accountability act
- Neftali Serrano, 27, of Yakima – Possession of a controlled substance, second-degree assault, unlawful imprisonment, violation of a protection order
According to various sources, including other jail inmates, these ones were ‘fearful’ of the COVID-19 virus while in jail, they’d supposedly seen Gov. Inslee’s press conference earlier that evening, and that prompted them to try to flee.
Anyone who may see these men is urged to call the US Marshals’ tip line at: