Scary Escaped Inmates, Have Scary (Dare We Say "Cliché") Prison Tattoos


Left to right: Sarmiento, McCleary, Baudour
  • Left to right: Sarmiento, McCleary, Baudour
A manhunt is underway in northwest Missouri for three inmates on the run from the Daviess/DeKalb County Regional Jail in Pattonsburg.

According to reports, the inmates crawled under a fence at the prison around 8 p.m. yesterday. The three men are Carlos Sarmiento, Nicholas McCleary and Timothy Baudour. All three men have some rather identifiable tattoos.
Okay, the swastika and teardrops are scary. Tigger, not so much.
  • Okay, the swastika and teardrops are scary. Tigger, not so much.
  • The 57-year-old Sarmiento, convicted in 2009 of killing a man with a hammer, wears a cross tattoo on his upper right chest, Spanish words on his right arm, and a lady in a sombrero on his upper left arm.

  • McCleary, 26, has a swastika tattoo and a skull on his chest, a tear drop tat below his right eye, two lightning bolts under his left eye and a maltese cross on on his left hand.

  • Baudour, 34, sports a "Midwest Hustler" tattoo on his stomach, a map of Mexico on his upper chest and a tattoo of the cartoon character Tigger on his right arm.

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