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By David Miller

ALBANY, GA (WALB) –  Charles Brown, Albert Dunbar, and DeWayne Williams are all three back in the Lowndes County jail. They were accidentally released Friday in Valdosta about 4:00PM.

Dunbar and Williams were picked up in Clinch County.

Charles Brown was picked up at the Hudson Docket Housing Project in Valdosta. He knew that he should not have been released, and was hiding from the law.

It is not known whether the other two men knew their release was a mistake.

All three were supposed to be released to Cook County authorities, but were simply released on their own, and walked out of the Lowndes County jail.

 


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