Victoria Tune, a 21-year-old security guard at Ware Youth Center in Coushatta, Louisiana, is now facing three counts of accessory to simple escape after helping three juvenile inmates leave the facility over the weekend. 

According to local reports, Tune helped TyJuan Lafitte and Jeremiah Durham, both 17, and 15-year-old Na’Varaya Lane, leave the facility before  7 am on Saturday (May 14). Lafitte was in the youth center for attempted first-degree murder, Durham for armed robbery, and Lane for attempted second-degree murder. 

A Facebook report from the Red River Parish Sheriff’s Office stated, "Oncoming day shift employees discovered that three male juvenile residents, with help from a female WYC security guard, had escaped the juvenile detention facility approximately four hours earlier." 

Surveillance showed Tune driving the three juveniles in a white 2010 Pontiac G6, with a missing bumper. A statement from the sheriff's office revealed that "Victoria Tune was located in the parking lot of a Houston motel where it was kept under surveillance by HPD for several hours." 

They added, "Eventually all four suspects, being driven by one of the suspect’s relatives, returned to the vehicle where they were surrounded and taken into custody by HPD’s Crime Suppression Team. All suspects will be extradited back to Louisiana where they will face additional charges reference the escape." 

Source: KSLA