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Randy Haight Kentucky Death Row

Randy Haight

Randy Haight was sentenced to death by the State of Kentucky for a double murder following a prison escape. According to court document Randy Haight broke out of the Johnson County Jail with another inmate. The bodies of Patricia Vance and David Omer were found dead inside of their car. Randy Haight would be arrested days later, convicted and sentenced to death

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Randy Haight 2021 Information

Active Inmate
PID # / DOC #:207803 / 086706
Institution Start Date:10/14/1981
Expected Time To Serve (TTS):DEATH SENTENCE
Minimum Expiration of Sentence Date (Good Time Release Date): ?DEATH SENTENCE
Parole Eligibility Date:DEATH SENTENCE
Maximum Expiration of Sentence Date:DEATH SENTENCE
Location:Kentucky State Penitentiary
Eye Color:Blue
Hair Color:Brown
Height:5′ 08″

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Randy Haight escaped from the Johnson County Jail August 18, 1985 with his girlfriend and another male inmate. He was there while awaiting trials in three counties. He stole guns and several cars; shot at a KY. State Police Trooper and caused another police officer’s death in a gunfight. He executed a young couple while they were inside their car. He shot the man in the face, chest, shoulder, and back of the head and shot the woman in the shoulder, temple, the back of the head, and through the eye. He spent all but two of his 15 adult years in four Ohio, three Virginia, and four Kentucky prisons.

Randy Height was sentenced to death March 22, 1994 for the murder of Patricia Vance and David Omer on August 22, 1985.

Randy Haight Other News

Haight was sentenced to death on March 22, 1994 in Jefferson County for the murder of Patricia Vance and David Omer on August 22, 1985. Haight escaped from Johnson County Jail on August 18, 1985 with his girlfriend and another male inmate while awaiting trial. The bodies of Vance and Omer were discovered inside their car near Herrington Lake in Garrard County. Haight was apprehended in a cornfield in Mercer County on August 23, 1985.

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