NASHVILLE, N.C. – Two of the five inmates who escaped from the Nash County Detention Center in North Carolina were arrested.
WRAL-TV reports that Sheriff Keith Stone said the detainees were forced to cross a set in a fence in the playground at 15:30. Monday and escaped. He said that it was possible for inmates to know that they were in the blind spot of a camera.
Detainees are David Marshal Viverette (28), David Ruffin Jr (30), Keonte Daemoan Murphy (23), Raheem D-Carlos Horne (25) and Laquaris (22). Rashad battle. It was not immediately known which one had been captured.
Their charges range from the possession of a stolen vehicle to aggression by strangulation and drug possession.
Stone says the FBI and other law enforcement agencies in the area are helping in the search. He urged residents to lock their homes and cars while the hunt continues.
This story has been corrected to show that detainees escaped Monday, not Tuesday.