The Great Texas Escape: Daring Jail Break Near DFW Leaves Locals on Edge!

Two Inmates Make a Run for Freedom, Sending Authorities on a Wild Chase

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Hold onto your hats, Texas! In a plot straight out of a Hollywood blockbuster, a daring jailbreak has unfolded near the Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) area, leaving residents with their hearts pounding and authorities scrambling to bring two fugitives back into custody.

Raymond Ross and Ramon Perez got away from the Fannin County Jail on Saturday night. It happened in Bonham, a little over an hour and a half northeast of Dallas.

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The jail folks are looking for them, and they were last seen running into a wooded area around 9:15 p.m. on Saturday. The jail is on County Road 4200 on the southeast side of Bonham. The guys were wearing gray sweats when they ran away.

Raymond Ross was in trouble for evading arrest, having drugs, and having a gun when he shouldn't. Ramon Perez was in trouble for something really serious called aggravated sexual assault of a child. But here's the thing - the people in charge don't think they have weapons.

If you happen to see Raymond or Ramon, please call the Fannin County Sheriff's Office at 903-583-2143, or just call 911. They really want to find these guys.

Right now, there isn't much more information available, and as of Monday morning, nobody has been caught yet. Let's hope they find a safe solution for everyone involved.

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