Inmate Escapes from Jackson County Jail

 

Bradley William Monical

On Monday, November 19, 2012 around 10:00pm, Jackson County Sheriff’s Office corrections deputies were alerted Bradley William Monical, 42, had escaped through the recreation yard on the top floor of the jail.Monical is a state prisoner. He is currently serving 22 years for robbery charges out of Coos County. He had been lodged at the Jackson County Jail since August 2011 and was currently awaiting trial for his charges stemming from an Ashland bank robbery. Prior to transport to the Jackson County Jail, Monical did try to escape from custody in Coos County.

Monical has admitted to several bank robberies in Medford, Ashland, Klamath Falls, Coos County, Salem, Washington, and Idaho.

Investigators are currently interviewing and tracking down leads. Currently there are federal, state, and local agencies and detectives working this case. There will be an internal review of the events to determine if any policy or procedures were violated.

Monical was last seen wearing his dark green jail clothes and slip-on canvas shoes. He was also wearing glasses. Monical is described as a white male, 5’7”, 170 pounds, brown eyes, and short brown hair.

Monical is considered a threat to the community. If you have any information about the escape or if you see Monical, please call 911.

 

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