U.S. Marshals: Reward being offered in case involving Payne County escapee

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STILLWATER, Okla. - A man convicted of murder who escaped from the Payne County Jail last week is still on the run, and a reward is being offered in the case.

On November 29, officials with the Oklahoma Department of Corrections says Patrick Walker, 34, escaped from the jail while serving a life-sentence for first-degree murder.

Officials say he escaped by posing as a cellmate and posting bond for that inmate, whom he closely resembled.

It is believed Walker may have that inmate's person identification information with him, and may go by the man's name, Charles Pendarvis.

Walker is also known as "Notty Walker," and serves the murder sentence out of Oklahoma County.

Patrick Walker

He was being housed at the county jail for an unrelated court case for assaulting a correctional officer in May at Cimarron Correctional Facility in Cushing, where he was housed previously.

Officials say Walker is considered armed and extremely dangerous.

According to the Seminole Police Department, Walker is likely driving, or a passenger of, a black Toyota Camry SE 4-door leased from Enterprise bearing Alabama tag 47AF567.

U.S. Marshals are now investigating and are offering up to a $5,000 reward in the case.

Walker is described as black, 5-feet 7-inches tall, weighing about 174 pounds, with black hair and brown eyes. He has a large scar on the left side of his face near his jawline.

If you see Walker, call 911 immediately and do not approach him.

Anyone with information about Walker’s whereabouts is asked to call 1-877-926-8332 or email usms.wanted@usdoj.gov.

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