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Escaped Inmate Appeared to be Intoxicated When Killed

Jun 28, 2015

Escaped Inmate Richard Matt Appeared to be Intoxicated When Killed, Official Says Jun 27, 2015, 11:18 PM ET By ABC NEWS Undated photos released by the New York State Police show Richard Matt, who escaped from the Clinton Correctional Facility in Dannemora. New York State Police Copy Escaped prisoner Richard Matt appeared to be acting intoxicated at the time he was shot and killed, an official briefed on the matter told ABC News. Matt’s colleague, fellow convict David Sweat, remains missing, with 1,200 law enforcement officers involved in the search for Sweat. Those search crews are progressively tightening what was a 3-mile perimeter in the hope of “squeezing” Sweat, the official said. The men escaped June 6 from the Clinton Correctional Facility in Dannemora, 50 miles away from Saturday’s search area. Editor's Picks NY Prison Escapees: A Closer Look at the Convicted Killers Matt was shot and killed by a Customs and Border Protection SWAT team in the town of Elephant’s Head. The shooting brought mixed emotions for Matt’s half-brother, Wayne Schimpf. "I was in a way hoping this was the outcome," he told ABC affiliate WKBW-TV in Buffalo. "Thank God this can finally end for me and my family. The next thought was, 'That's my brother. '" New York State Police PHOTO: Undated photos released by the New York State Police show David Sweat who escaped from the Clinton Correctional Facility in Dannemora. The search for the men intensified in the area after Bob Willett, a cabin owner, called authorities after noticing items missing and out of place. A bottle of rum, two pairs of boots and binoculars were among the missing items, and Willett also noticed a bottle of gin had been spilled, he told ABC News. “All we knew is that somebody was in the camp and we didn’t know who it was, so we decided we better call [police] and they came right up,” Willett said. Mary Altaffer/AP Photo PHOTO: New York State officers stand guard near the site where one of two convicted murderers that escaped from an upstate maximum-security prison, Richard Matt, was shot, June 26, 2015, in Malone, N.Y. Franklin County Sheriff Kevin Mulverhill said late Saturday that he expects a break in the manhunt for Sweat to come within the next 48 hours. Sweat is prone to making a mistake, Mulverhill said. Search crews expect to face troublesome weather conditions, including heavy rain, in the next day or so. Matt's body has been transported to Albany Medical Center for an autopsy, state police said. Residents who see anything out of the ordinary – such as trespassing or burglary – are asked to call 911 . Get real-time updates as this story unfolds. To start, just "star" this story in ABC News' phone app. Download ABC News for iPhone here or ABC News for Android here .

Bob Willett Investments

3 Investments

Bob Willett has made 3 investments. Their latest investment was in Purple WiFi as part of their Series A on September 9, 2016.

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Amount

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9/19/2016

Series A

Purple WiFi

$3M

No

1

1/19/2015

Series A

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$99M

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10

1/14/2015

Seed

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9/19/2016

1/19/2015

1/14/2015

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Series A

Series A

Seed

Company

Purple WiFi

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$3M

$99M

$99M

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No

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