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Jailers, 911 pointing fingers after inmate escapes

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MADISON COUNTY, (WAVE) - An escaped Madison County inmate has been on the loose since Friday, but apparently no one bothered to tell Kentucky State Police.

Roger Million escaped through a fence at Madison County Detention Cente,r but state police said they did not find out about his escape until Wednesday night. Now jailors and 911 dispatchers are pointing fingers as to who is to blame.

Madison County Jailer Doug Thomas said, "My job is to notify local authorities, by calling 911, that 911 officer said we'd put it out to everybody, so for me that's putting it out to everybody."

Madison County 911 sent out a press release stating under Kentucky law it is not standard procedure for 911 to notify KSP.

Million is still on the loose. He is described as 5' 7'' tall and weighing around 152 pounds with brown hair.

Anyone with information on Million's whereabouts is asked to call

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