Police hunt convicted murderer covered with white power tattoos escaping from a work relevance facility in Alabama
- Daniel Miner, 43, left the Childersburg Work Release Center in Alpine, Alabama on Saturday evening; he was reported missing at 9.30 on Sunday
- In July 1994, Miner was sentenced to life imprisonment with the possibility of conditional release for killing Edward Lee Williams in 1993
- In 2003, he was convicted in Limestone County on charges of promoting smuggling in prison
- Miner’s retention classification was ‘minimum exit’, which is described as ‘suitable for prisoners who pose no significant risk to themselves or others …’
- He has tattooed ‘white power’ on his arms and torso, an iron cross and a dragon on his back
Wanted: Alabama officials are on the hunt for escaped prisoner Daniel Miner, 43, who has been serving a life sentence for a murder since 1994
Alabama authorities are hunting a convicted murderer who is serving a life sentence after escaping from a release facility.
Prisoner Daniel Miner, 43, left the Childersburg Work Release Center in Alpine on Saturday night, the Alabama Department of Corrections said in a statement.
Miner was not found in his bed during a census of prisoners at the facility in Talladega County and was reported missing at 9.30 am the following morning, officials said.
Mijnwerker was last seen in wearing white clothing issued by the prison. He has tattooed “white power” on his arms and torso, an iron cross and a dragon on his back, according to the prison escape report.
In July 1994, Miner received a life sentence with the possibility of conditional release for the death of Edward Lee Williams in 1993 during a raid in Marshall County. WAAY31.
In 2003, he was convicted in Limestone County on charges of promoting smuggling in prison.
Miner left the Childersburg Work Release Center in Alpine on Saturday evening and was reported missing the following morning
The classification of Miner’s guardianship is’ minimum drop-out ‘, which the department describes as’ suitable for prisoners who do not pose a significant risk to themselves or others and who are suitable to receive off-property work details without the direct supervision of prison officers.
Prisoners must wear prison clothing at all times and may be paid for paid work by various government agencies.
Prisoners in the work-release program work for private employers in the community.
Miner is described as a white man who is 5 feet 6 inches tall and weighs 192 pounds, with brown hair and blue eyes.
Anyone with information about their whereabouts is asked to call the Alabama Department of Corrections on (800) 831-8825 or 911.