Prisoner escapes via vent
Titus was being held on drug, theft charges
KINGMAN - Mohave County Sheriff's detectives and deputies responded to a report of an inmate who was able to escape from the Mohave County Jail Annex early Saturday morning.
The investigation determined that inmate Jeremy Evan Titus, 28, of Kingman escaped the facility by climbing into the ventilation and gaining access to the roof.
An immediate search of the area was conducted and included a K-9 unit from the Sheriff's Office along with Kingman Ranger, the Department of Public Safety Helicopter. An attempt to locate was issued to area law enforcement.
Titus, 28, is white, approximately 5-foot-6 and 145 pounds, with hazel eyes and black hair. He may have a goatee.
Titus may have only been wearing boxer shorts when he escaped and he may have a towel or blanket with him. The MCSO suggests residents use caution and do not attempt to contact Titus.
Titus was incarcerated on June 16 on felony charges for possession of dangerous drugs, two counts of theft of means of transportation and three counts of forgery.
The MCSO says that anyone with information regarding Titus's whereabouts should call a local law enforcement agency or the MCSO at 928-753-0753 or 800-522-4312.