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DALLAS, TX – Authorities are on the hunt for three fugitives who escaped from Texas jails in the past couple of days. Man, what an awful track record.

Dallas County Sheriff’s Office says 38-year old Donald Greenlee hopped a fence at Lew Sterrett Justice Center while taking out the trash. Garbage in, garbage out, right?

Greenlee was in jail on a burglary charge. “Was” being the operative word.

He must have gotten his inspiration from these guys.

Authorities are still searching for two fugitives out of Hopkins County, in Sulphur Springs, Texas. The Sheriff’s Department says 45-year-old Brian Allen Tucker and 39-year-old John Marlin King squeezed through a fence in the jail yard and escaped Tuesday.

King had been indicted for evading arrest. Tucker? He’s awaiting trial for capital murder.

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