Inmate Wanted For Escape After Scaling Wall At Wilmington Corrections Center

The Delaware Department of Correction searching for an inmate that escaped from the Plummer Community Corrections Center (PCCC) in Wilmington.

Officials announced Thursday morning that Dre Quille Brickhouse scaled the PCCC perimeter fence on Wednesday.  Brickhouse’s whereabouts are unknown and unauthorized at this time, said officials. A Warrant for Escape after Conviction has been issued.

Officials said Brickhouse, incarcerated on drug dealing and violation of probation or parole, is described as a black male, 175 pounds, Brown Eyes, Brown Hair. He was last seen wearing a Camouflage Jacket and blue jeans.

Community Corrections Centers are Level 4 facilities where the Department of Correction manages offenders who are transitioning back into the community. These centers are not secured like Level 5 prisons, as offenders are permitted to the leave the facility to go to work, seek jobs, or attend approved treatment sessions.

Anyone with information on this offender is asked to call (800) 542-9524 or their local police department.

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