Brevard deputies seek public’s help after inmate Nathan Barker allegedly escapes work camp.
The Brevard County Sheriff’s Office put out a call for the public’s help Saturday in locating an inmate who escaped from a work camp in Cocoa.
Brevard County Sheriff’s Office Press Release
THE BREVARD COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE IS ASKING FOR PUBLIC’S ASSISTANCE IN LOCATING AN ESCAPED PRISONER!!
Ok folks, we need your help in locating 22 year old Nathan Barker, a white male, who decided it was a good idea to escape from the Florida Department of Corrections Work Release Camp in Sharpes yesterday evening!!
If you know where we can find Barker, please let us know immediately as our K-9’s love the taste of escaped convicts!! I’ve been told they taste like chicken that flew the coop!!
Initial investigative efforts show that Barker left the area in an unknown direction from Camp Road in Cocoa and may be headed to Volusia County, where he is originally from. Barker was last seen wearing “fluorescent green” clothing/work uniform and had an ankle monitor, however it is believed he has removed the GPS.
Barker currently has a active warrant for Escape, and is also the proud owner of a lengthy criminal history that includes drug charges and fleeing and eluding law enforcement.
If you have any information regarding his whereabouts or contact is made with this subject, please notify Agent Wynn at (321) 264-5100 or you can also contact Crimeline at (800) 423-8477 and be eligible for a reward!!
Sheriff Wayne Ivey