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Michael Weber

UPDATE: 7:30 Wednesday Evening.

Donald Leshurd and Michael Weber still remain on the loose after they escaped from the Department of Corrections.

If you have seen or know the whereabouts of either of these two men, call Escapee Hot Line-toll free – 866-363-1119 or contact your local Police Department.


FORT SUPPLY, Okla. – Two inmates who escaped from an Oklahoma prison are back behind bars Wednesday.

Officials said David Mackey and Dustin Flatt broke out of the William S. Key Correctional Facility in Ft. Supply Monday.

Authorities said they apprehended Flatt Tuesday near US 412 by Cheyenne Valley.

Officials said Mackey was back in custody Wednesday; they found him in Fairview.

Fort Supply officials have not confirmed how they escaped in the first place.

Mackey, 31, is serving six years for drug charges and domestic battery and assault.

Flatt, 31, is serving two years for meth and grand larceny charges.