Four Florida teenagers escaped a juvenile detention center after staging a fight in their room, overpowering the guard and stealing his keys, making it to the control room and taking it over.
A group of inmates at a Juvenile Justice Facility staged a fight in their room and beat up a guard who entered.
They then stole his keys, made it to the control room and took it over, pressed the buttons and opened the prison exit gates and escaped.
The Sheriff’s office reported that after stealing a staff members car keys, cellphone and purse, the 4 teenagers took off in a bronze, 4-door Infiniti Q50 with Florida tag LANE19.
The inmates are 16-year-old Tajah Bing, 17-year-old Davionne Baldwin, 16-year-old Tyjuan Monroe, and Marcus Ledbetter.
Tajah Bing was in Juvi for sexual acts he performed on a minor who was less than 12 years old.
Davionne was arrested for Grand Theft Auto and Probation Violation.
Tyjuan was arrested for armed robbery and theft of a vehicle.
Marcus was arrested for burglary.
The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office is asking anyone with information on the escaped inmates whereabouts to contact Crime Stoppers, and claim a reward of up to $3000.