3 Richmond Hill Escapees Have Been Captured in Hinesville

3 Subjects wanted for escape in Richmond Hill from left to right: Hope Rogers (37), Sean Henley (26), and Tabitha Cox (not pictured).

Updated: 5-24-19 @ 7:00 am

At approximately 8:00 pm on Thursday (5-23), police arrived to the TA Truck Stop at 4401 US Highway 17, at the I-95 interchange in Richmond Hill for a report of 3 inmates walking away from a inmate transfer vehicle who was apparently stopping for fuel.

Witnesses report seeing the 3 subjects climb into a Black Chevy Silverado, but couldn’t tell officers in which direction they traveled.

Upon investigation, police noticed tire tracks and fresh footprints heading towards the Savannah South KOA located at 4915 US Highway 17 and called in K9 police to assist in the search.

Police say they are looking for a white male and two white females NOT dressed in prison uniforms. The driver was injured during this escape, no word on the driver’s condition at this time.

Police have identified the suspects as 26-year-old Sean Henley, a white male, 5′6 and 180 pounds. He is bald and has multiple tattoos on his face. The two women are 37-year-old Hope Rogers, who is 5′5 and 129 pounds, and Tabitha Cox. Further details on Cox are pending.

Henley has been arrested in the past for armed robbery and Rogers has been previously arrested for a string of thefts. No information yet on Cox. You can view the pictures of who we believe are 2 of the 3 subjects above.

All 3 subjects were arrested in Hinesville. Hope Rogers was captured while walking down Sandy Run Drive. Sean Henley and Tabotha Cox were arrested after being discovered at a nearby apartment complex hiding in a dumpster.

Stay with Richmond Hill 411 and RichmondHill411.com as we follow this situation.

After moving to Richmond Hill, GA in the fall of 2018, Matt wanted to become immediately involved in the community. Without hesitation, he created the Richmond Hill Community Facebook group which reached 2,700 members in just 5 months. After building this community, he decided they needed an honest, reliable news source to keep them informed. Thus, Richmond Hill 411 was born!

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