In a perplexing and daring act, Danelo Cavalcante, the convicted killer, managed to slip away from Chester County Prison. This prison escape marks the second such incident this year, with the previous escapee using a strikingly similar method.
Cavalcante, sentenced to life for the brutal murder of his ex-girlfriend, Deborah Brandao, and her two children, has been on the run for nine days. Astonishingly, newly released footage revealed the crafty inmate scaling a wall in a manner reminiscent of a “crab-walk.” He subsequently leaped to a lesser-monitored area of the prison compound. In a burst of oversight, a tower officer overlooked the breakout, and the alarm was raised only after Cavalcante’s absence during a routine headcount.
The Community Reacts: Fear and Determination
The escape of Cavalcante has understandably sent shockwaves throughout the community. The victim’s family remains secluded and alarmed, while thousands of residents find their routines interrupted and their nerves frayed, pondering the escaped convict’s next move.