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Casey White escape: Alabama inmate could try 'suicide by cop' as doc shows he wanted to ‘have police kill him'

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FLORENCE, Ala. - As the manhunt for escaped Alabama inmate Casey Cole White and fugitive prison guard Vicky White moves into its 11th day, experts are warning about White’s possible propensity toward "suicide by cop," as past criminal records show he has an alleged history of calling for it.

New details are slowly trickling out in the Florence, Alabama, escape of accused murderer Casey Cole White, 38, and the high-ranking jail guard who allegedly fled with him, 56-year-old Vicky White.

The pair, who are not related, were said to have been in a "special" relationship.A warrant from one of Casey White’s past arrests describes how he told a woman, "he wanted to kill her and have police kill him." The warrant stemmed from his attempted murder and kidnapping case from December 2015 in Limestone County, Alabama.

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