U.S. Marshals Service: Glen Chambers was convicted of murder in the 1975 beating of a Sarasota, Fla. woman who broke off a relationship with him. He has fled prison twice and remains on the run from a 1990 escape. Federal authorities are on the lookout for a convicted murderer whom witnesses claim to have spotted recently in coastal Alabama. Glen Chambers was last seen in 1990 building furniture as part of a Florida prison work program for well-behaved convicts. On Feb. 21 of that year he hid in a piece of furniture and had it shipped from the central Florida prison to Daytona Beach, according to the U.S. Marshals Service. He could be working as a cabinet maker.
Chambers was serving a life sentence related to the 1975 beating death of a Sarasota, Fla., woman, Connie Weeks, with whom he had a romantic relationship. His 1990 escape was the second of his incarceration. U.S. Marshals Service Glen Chambers may be working in the Orange Beach AL area, tipsters have told police. A computer-generated image shows how he might look today. One said he met the man in Mobile AL, and that he worked in construction in Orange Beach. Two years ago another caller said they'd seen Chambers in an Orange Beach bar, according to Marshals. Anyone with knowledge of Chambers' whereabouts should call the U.S. Marshals Service, Gulf Coast Regional Fugitive Task Force in Mobile at (251) 544-1120. Information received will be confidential, investigator said.
BOLO-Escaped Murderer Glen Stark Chambers has been spotted working construction in Gulf Coast Beach towns. Glen Chambers was found guilty of first-degree murder on May 29, 1975 for the beating death of his girlfriend Connie Weeks, see age enhanced photo of him above on right. On Jan. 22, 1975, Glen Chambers went to the Sarasota Lanes Bowling Alley on Fruitville Rd in Sarasota Fl. Connie Weeks arrived shortly after Chambers. When she arrived, Glen Chambers pulled her from the car and began assaulting her. An off-duty police officer intervened and Chambers began fighting the officer. Chambers was arrested for simple battery. Connie Weeks bonded Glen Chambers out of jail that night and was beaten unconscious by Chambers within hours of his release. Weeks died five days later. Glen Chambers was arrested and convicted of first-degree murder.
SARASOTA MURDERER Glen Chambers is 6’3” and at the time of his escape from Polk Correctional was approximately 213 pounds. He has blue eyes and brown hair. Authorities say Glen Chambers has been spotted in Orange Beach Ala. and Perdido Key, Ala. Glen Chambers had been featured on the TV program “America’s Most Wanted”, Friday September 7th, 2012. Glen Chambers DOB March 10th, 1951 age today 67. See map for Orange Beach Ala CLICK HERE. There is an active warrant for Glen Chambers for escape, a first-degree felony. The warrant is for nationwide extradition. Anyone with information on his whereabouts is asked to call the toll free tip line at 1-877-FLA-WANTED (1-877-352-9268) or e-mail FLAWanted@fdle.state.fl.us .
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