One of three inmate escapees in Illinois found

June 17 (UPI) — Three inmates escaped from a jail in southeastern Illinois and several hours later one of them was recaptured, authorities said.

The jail-break happened around 3 a.m. Saturday from the White County jail in Carmi, Ill., near the Indiana border, officials said. White County Sheriff Doug Maier said that a pipe was used to break a hole in the outside concrete block and brick wall.

The jail escape wasn’t discovered until around 5:30 a.m. although outside surveillance video showed the inmates running on foot down an alleyway at 3:05 a.m.

At 7:34 p.m., the sheriff’s office reported investigators caught Justin Bray, 28, walking along a road in a rural location east of Crossville, the White County Sheriff’s Office said. After he fled on foot, Bray was found in an oil tank field.

He was transported back to the jail.

Still on the run are Zachary Shock, 24, and Johnny Tipton, 61, Shock is awaiting trial in Hamilton County on a charge of first-degree murder. Tipton is being jailed on a charge of theft and possession of stolen property. Bray was awaiting trial on charges of unlawful use of a weapon, resisting or obstructing a peace officer and aggravated fleeing or attempting to elude.

A manhunt also is underway for three inmates who escaped Friday morning from a jail in New Mexico with the help of a guard, the Curry County Sheriff’s Office said.

Sought are Aaron Davis Clark, 31; Victor Andrew Apodaca, 28, and Ricky Ramon Sena, 24. They escapedfrom a detention center in Clovis — about 75 miles east of Albuquerque. They were last seen wearing white T-shirts, white boxer shorts and head coverings, the sheriff’s office said.

On Saturday, the sheriff’s office said a detention officer, Sarina Dodson, 28, has been arrested in assisting the escape. She was located in Lubbock, Texas, early Saturday.

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