Previous prison supervisor Vicky White raged at her lover Casey White and told him to “return us once again to the f — – lodging” as police found them in Indiana, sound uncovers.
After the blundering Bonnie and Clyde couple’s escape Cadillac was slammed by cops, Vicky went to the capital homicide suspect and shouted, “Airbags will go off and kill us!”
“Return us once again to the f — – lodging!” she yelled.
She was evidently alluding to Motel 41 in Evansville, where Vanderburgh County Sheriff David Wedding said they paid a neighborhood vagrant to lease a room.
After her eruption, Vicky directed the firearm back toward herself as police shut in. Her passing has been administered a self destruction.
Police dashcam video caught the rushed minutes when Casey, an Alabama convict and capital homicide suspect, was captured following the wild police pursue.
Vicky was apparently as yet breathing and holding the weapon when police arrived at the vehicle, which flipped on its side in the wake of being slammed.
“She still has the gun in her hands,” one officer is heard saying. “Finger’s on the trigger.”
Deputy Marshal Chad Hunt, commander of the Gulf Coast Regional Fugitive Task Force, said Casey quickly surrendered.
“His immediate words to our team was, ‘Please help my wife. She just shot herself in the head,’”
Hunt told reporters, though authorities said there is no evidence that the two were ever married.
Meanwhile, the assistant chief of the Evansville Police Department addressed questions posted in social media about how long it took for officers to reach Vicky.
“Well, you don’t know to what extent that damage is from that self-inflicted gunshot wound, and you do have a suspect with a firearm still in hand,”
“You’re basically dealing with a barricaded suspect at that point. Even though they’re inside of a car at this point, they’re still armed.”
Authorities said Casey has admitted to planning a shootout with police — a “suicide by cop” situation that investigators believe was foiled by the wreck, according to the outlet.
Smith said the scene of the self-inflicted shooting was
One of the officers, who has only been with the force a few years, pulled the mortally wounded woman out of the vehicle and begin administering first aid, he said.
“Everybody knew about Casey and Vicky White, and despite what we knew about them — very proud of our officer that went and did that work on Vicky White,”
Smith told WAAY.
“Sorry that it ended like that for her, but she chose that path, and we’ll never know why.”
Meanwhile, funeral arrangements have been announced for Vicky, who will be buried at 1 p.m. Saturday at the Center Hill Cemetery in Lexington, Alabama, according to an obituary released by the Greenhill Funeral Home.