Skull Face Tattoo’d Fugitive Corey Hughes Escape From San Joaquin

Skull Face Tattoo’d Corey Hughes escaped from Honor Farm in San Joaquin, California on Tuesday

  • At around 1:30 pm the San Joaquin Sheriff’s Office was notified of Hughes escape

  • A picture of Hughes on the SJSO Facebook page quickly went viral

  • Hughes was serving time over a weapons charge and set to be released on February 6, 2018

The San Joaquin Sheriff’s Department posted an image of an escaped inmate to their Facebook page on Tuesday after Corey Hughes went missing from his work crew.

The image quickly went viral and has since been shared almost 5,000 times. After seeing Hughes’ mugshot, it is no surprise it went viral. Hughes has a “unique” face tattoo of a skull that goes over the majority of his face.

February 6, 2018

According to the post, Hughes was serving a sentence for a weapons charge. Before his escape from Honor Farm, Hughes was to be released in just over two months on February 6, 2018. According to the San Joaquin Sheriff’s Department, Hughes was last seen in the area of I-5 and Country Club.

SJSO NEWS: Today at approximately 1:30pm Sheriff’s work crew driver notified Sheriff Dispatch that inmate Corey Hughes (6/30/1990) was missing from his work crew.

The Inmate was last seen in the area of I-5 and Country Club. He was a sentenced inmate on a weapons charge and was housed in the Honor Farm with a release date of 2/6/18.

Sheriff’s Special Teams are working to return him back to our facility. If you see him please contact our dispatch at 209-468-4400.

The odds are not in Hughes’ favor. Not only does he have a very distinguishable mark, but he is also now on his way to becoming a social media celebrity, which will most likely help make his time on the run short lived.



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