WADESBORO — Jail emergency response groups and native legislation enforcement are trying to find Anson Correctional Offender Stephon J. Easterling (#1302109), who left a piece launch job as we speak in Wadesboro, Anson County.
Easterling, 28, is a minimal custody offender serving a four-year sentence as a ordinary felon, drug possession and fleeing police after his conviction in Richmond County in 2022. His projected launch date was Feb. 1, 2024.
Easterling was working at an off-prison job project round 10:20 a.m. as we speak when he didn’t return from a job break. Witnesses reported he acquired right into a white Nissan Rogue and drove off.
Initially from Hamlet in Richmond County, Easterling is a skinny black male, 6 foot tall, weighing round 200 kilos with black hair and hazel eyes. He has tattoos below each eyes, one in every of a teardrop and one in every of a cross, in addition to on each arms, each palms, each shoulders and his chest.
If anybody has any data on Easterling’s whereabouts, please name 911 or name Anson Correctional Establishment at 704-695-1013.