Police search for escaped Johnson Co. Jail inmate

From Staff Reports

   Johnson County Police Department officers are searching for a Johnson County Jail inmate who escaped Saturday.
   Timothy Eugene England, 25, escaped around 3:30 p.m. from the recreation yard attached to the main jail facility. Police said he climbed up a fence and through two rolls of razor-wire before running into the woods.
   Three jailers were on duty at the time, police said.
   Authorities said they found blood where England escaped and believe he suffered chest, back and shoulder injuries. He was last seen wearing an orange jumpsuit.
   England was transferred to Johnson County from Washington County to serve a probation violation sentence and has previously been charged with identity theft, police said.
   He is described as 5 feet, 8 inches tall and weighing about 165 pounds and has a grim reaper tattoo on his right shoulder.
   Police said England has a history of violent tendencies and is considered to be dangerous.
   The Johnson County Jail began accepting inmates Jan. 30, and England is the first inmate to escape the facility.