(FOX News)- A man who is wanted for murder walked out of jail in Georgia after giving officers a fake name, "Fox and Friends" reported this morning.
The man was arrested on a separate charge of disorderly conduct last Friday. He told officers his name was Alphonso Bray, then was allowed to post bond and was released a day later, according to WJBF.
It wasn't until officers cross-examined his fingerprints that they realized the man was actually Terrance Brown, a suspect for murder in another county.
Booking officers were only alerted to Brown's disguise after the real Alphonso Bray's family saw his photograph in a local newspaper.