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Escapee to be featured on 'America's Most Wanted'

Deputy U.S. Marshal Mike Ulrich says marshals believe Albert James Voute III has fled the area

September 24, 2010|By MATTHEW UMSTEAD
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MARTINSBURG, W.Va. -- A man charged with a 2005 carjacking in New Jersey who escaped shoeless from a prisoner transport service van Sept. 15 in Berkeley County is expected to be featured Saturday night on "America's Most Wanted."

The television show airs at 9 p.m. on Fox.

Deputy U.S. Marshal Mike Ulrich said Friday that he expects Albert James Voute III, who escaped from custody near Exit 20 of Interstate 81 at about 3 a.m., to be featured on the program. Ulrich said marshals believe Voute has fled the area.

The "America's Most Wanted" website has reported that authorities believe Voute "has delusions that he's Clyde Barrow of the infamous Bonnie and Clyde duo -- which is one reason why they think this escaped prisoner won't go down without a fight."

Voute is described as white male, 5 feet 8 inches tall, weighing 170 pounds with black hair and brown eyes. He has a variety of tattoos that include the word "GOYIM" across his stomach, a shark on his right outer biceps, a biohazard symbol on the inside of his left biceps, a large tribal tattoo on his outer left biceps, a portrait of Adolf Hitler on his back and the word "Resist" on the back of his left arm.

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North Atlantic Extradition Services employees were taking Voute from Kentucky to New Jersey and had stopped near a closed fast-food restaurant to make a phone call to Eastern Regional Jail, police have said.

Voute was a federal inmate being transported to face a carjacking charge in New Jersey, a Bergen County Sheriff's Office spokesperson said last week. In 2007, Voute was sentenced to 170 months in federal prison on armed robbery charges.

The state carjacking case was associated with a series of robberies Voute was accused of committing in 2005, the sheriff's office spokesperson said.

Voute's last known address was in Ordell, N.J.

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