CARMI, Ill. (AP) — The stepmother of a man charged with murder is calling on him to surrender to police after he escaped from a southeastern Illinois county jail over the weekend.

The White County sheriff’s office says 24-year-old Zachery Shock was among three men who used a pipe to break through an outside wall early Saturday of the jail in Carmi near the Indiana border.

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December Shock, his stepmother, tells WSIL-TV that she’s frustrated with people who think she and her husband have helped Zachery Shock from being caught.

She says her stepson must answer for what he’s done.

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Police say 61-year-old Johnny Tipton was still being sought, while 28-year-old Justin Bray was caught Saturday. Tipton was jailed on possession of stolen property charges.

Shock faces murder charges for the 2016 shooting of James Berkel of McLeansboro.

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