Authorities assign more officers to find convicted killer who escaped Pennsylvania prison as search enters 10th day

– Danelo Cavalcante, a convicted killer, escaped from a Pennsylvania prison on August 31.

– Authorities have assigned nearly 400 officers to the search efforts, including tactical teams, K-9 dogs, and helicopters.

– Pennsylvania State Police Lt. Col. George Bivens is leading the search operation.

– Multiple sightings of Cavalcante have been reported since his escape.

– The escape involved "crab walking" between two walls, scaling a fence, and traversing razor wire.

– The prison tower guard on duty at the time of the escape was fired.

– Cavalcante was convicted of first-degree murder for the 2021 killing of his former girlfriend, Deborah Brandão, in Chester County.

– He is also wanted in a 2017 homicide case in Brazil.

– Authorities are confident in capturing Cavalcante, believing he will make a mistake or become more desperate as the search continues.