Breaking news: Warden, security chief resign after prison escape
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KINGMAN, Ariz. (AP) — A warden and a security official have resigned their posts at an Arizona state prison where three inmates escaped last month, setting off a nationwide search.
Unit Warden Lori Lieder and a unit security chief resigned earlier this week from Arizona State Prison at Kingman, said Carl Stuart, a spokesman for Management & Training Corporation, the private company that runs the state prison.
The escape sparked criticism of security levels at the prison.
John McCluskey, Tracy Province and Daniel Renwick escaped July 31 with the alleged help of Casslyn Welch.