Creepy tone could reveal Vicky White’s last words to Casey as autopsy confirms security guard died by suicide in police chase

A coroner’s autopsy report found Tuesday that former correctional officer Vicky White committed suicide from a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head.

Vicky shot herself after she and her fugitive lover Casey White were arrested by police Monday in Evansville, Indiana, ending their 11-day manhunt.

Vicky White's death was ruled a suicide due to a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head


Vicky White’s death was ruled a suicide due to a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the headPhoto Credit: Lauderdale County Sheriff’s Office
Vicky's alleged lover Casey White was taken into police custody


Vicky’s alleged lover Casey White was taken into police custodyPhoto credit: The Mega Agency

Chilled 911 sound may have relayed Vicky’s last words to Casey as officers approached in the couple’s vehicle.

The pair were at a hotel before taking authorities on a brief chase in Evansville, Indiana, that lasted “less than a few minutes,” said Vanderburgh County Sheriff Dave Wedding.

Back in Alabama, where the two disappeared, Lauderdale County Sheriff Rick Singleton stated that Casey White was driving the vehicle while Vicky White was a passenger.

However, Evansville Police believe Casey may have been the driver instead.

He said at some point during the police pursuit, their vehicle was involved in an accident. Casey surrendered while Vicky was taken to the hospital.

“What I’m very grateful for tonight is that no one was hurt, no citizens were hurt, no law enforcement officers were hurt as a result of this escape,” Singleton said.

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His comments came as Indiana officials confirmed that Vicky had shot herself and was in very serious condition afterwards.

Hours later wedding gave an update about Vicky’s injuries and said she was in serious condition. The local coroner then confirmed that she died in hospital.

It was expected that the two fugitives would be returned to Alabama after their arrest to face new charges. Casey White has been charged with escaping, Singleton said, and Vicky has faced multiple charges.

“We’ve already made arrangements for the Department of Corrections, hey [Casey White] is brought here to be charged. If it’s 2am, it doesn’t matter. The judge agreed to come out.”

Before her death, Singleton said he hoped Vicky would survive and that authorities in Alabama wanted answers from her.

“We wish Vicky no harm in terms of her health or well-being, but she has some answers for us,” he said.

“I had complete faith in Vicky White. She was an exemplary employee. And what on earth provoked or caused her to do something like that, I don’t know. I don’t know if we’ll ever know.”

The vehicle the two were riding in is believed to have been stolen in Tennessee and driven nearly 175 miles to Evansville, investigators said.


Photos of an abandoned blue Ford F150 were released Monday by US Marshals. The vehicle was found at an Evansville car wash.

James Stinson, who runs the car wash, narrates NewsNation that he noticed the truck had been at his store for several days.

Stinson said he called local police, who told the man he could have the truck towed, which he did.

Days later on Sunday, he reviewed surveillance footage and noticed Casey and Vicky near the vehicle and immediately informed authorities.

When asked what he thought of the end of the manhunt, Stinson said he knew it would end that way.

“If a local cop stopped them, he [White] would have shot her. It took a law enforcement team to do that,” he said.

Stinson urged community members to submit information in the future, adding, “See something, say something. It works out.”


Alleged lovers Casey and Vicky led police on a 10-day manhunt after the two escaped from the Lauderdale County, Alabama jail around 9:30 a.m. on April 29.

Vicky, 56, was caught on surveillance video holding the door open for a handcuffed white man, 38, with a second angle showing them getting into a marked squad car and driving away.

The sheriff’s squad car seen in surveillance video was found in the parking lot of a local mall, and both white men were nowhere to be seen.

The two are not related despite sharing the same last name.

As the deputy chief of the county’s correctional facilities, Vicky was “frequently in the cell blocks and has contact with all the inmates at one time or another,” said Lauderdale County Sheriff Rick Singleton CNN.

Through the investigation, detectives learned that Vicky had sold her home for a below-market price and was scheduled to retire from her job as senior female law enforcement officers on the day of the duo’s disappearance.

Around 9 a.m. on the day of the prison break, Vicky told her colleagues that she was taking White, a murder suspect, to the county courthouse for a mental health evaluation.

She also told her colleagues that she felt ill and planned to see a doctor afterwards.

No one noticed the two were missing until around 3:30 p.m.

As the search intensified, police warned the public that the two are considered dangerous and may be armed with an AR-15 rifle, handguns and a shotgun.

Following her disappearance in Northwest Alabama, a warrant was issued for Vicky’s arrest on charges of allowing or facilitating the first degree escape.

Singleton initially told reporters that while it was clear that Vicky took part in White’s escape, it was unclear if she did so voluntarily.


This apparently isn’t the first time Casey White has attempted to escape custody.

The son of his alleged victim said White attempted to break out of the same prison in October 2020, shortly after an alleged confession to the murder of Connie Ridgeway, a 58-year-old mother of two, who was stabbed to death during a 2015 home invasion.

According to the US Marshals, White was already serving time for a 2015 killing spree that included a home invasion, a car theft and a police chase.

He reportedly confessed to Ridgeway’s murder and was awaiting trial in Lauderdale Jail when he disappeared.

Ridgeway’s son, Austin Williams, told The US Sun that while Casey White remained at large, he feared for his and the community’s safety.

“He’s a very dangerous person with a history of violence and everyone who comes into contact with it [Casey and Vicky] I need to call 911 immediately,” Austin said.

“This is a 6’2″, 250 pound man who broke into a woman’s home and stabbed her to death,” he claimed.

“Anyone who crosses his path is in grave danger…there is no limit to what he could do.”

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