Updated 1 year ago
Police in Marion County are searching for two inmates who they say walked away from the Marion Adjustment Center Friday morning.
Officials say that at about 9:15 a.m. Kenneth Gibson, 55, and Ronny Stutes, 49, walked away from the facility. Gibson is serving a 104-year sentence for numerous offenses, including first-degree burglary out of Kenton County.
Stutes is serving a 40-year sentence for numerous offenses also, including first-degree wanton endangerment out of Floyd County.
Gibson is described as a white male, 5'7" with black hair, brown eyes, with a medium build and medium complexion. He has several tattoos located on his right arm, left arm, chest, right leg, and back..
Stutes is described as a white male, 5'10 with brown hair, brown eyes, with a medium build and medium complexion. Stutes also has several tattoos, including a tribal design located on his neck, tribal design on his right leg, a heart located on his left shoulder, and a flame tattoo on his right calf. Stutes also has a scar located on his right abdomen.
Anyone with information regarding his whereabouts is asked to contact your local law enforcement agency.
Facility management and staff at the Marion Adjustment Center are investigating the circumstances of this walk away.