The fourth inmate who escaped from a Mississippi prison was found Thursday, according to the Hinds County Sheriff’s Office.
Corey Harrison, 22, was taken into custody at a home in Crystal Springs, Mississippi by the sheriff’s office and the U.S. Marshals Fugitive Task Force. A woman, 38-year-old Jodie Marie Tebo, was also arrested in connection with the escape and faces charges of aiding and abetting, the sheriff’s office said in a statement on social media.
Crystal Springs is about 20 miles from the Raymond Detention Center where Harrison and three other inmates escaped from last month. The men, who were incarcerated on a range of felony charges, are believed to have escaped through the roof of the detention center, according to the sheriff’s office.
Hinds County Sheriff Tyree Jones said on Twitter the investigation is ongoing and thanked the “state, federal and local law enforcement agencies that assisted with the tense days long investigation and search regarding the escapees.”
One inmate captured, two found dead after escape
Harrison’s fellow inmate Casey Grayson, 34, was found dead at a truck stop in New Orleans Sunday and an autopsy will be performed to determined his cause of death, police said.
Jerry Raynes was captured last week in Spring Valley, Texas more than 400 miles from the prison. Investigators said Raynes stole a Hinds County Public Works vehicle and fled to Texas.
Raynes’ capture came after the death of Dylan Arrington. Arrington died after he barricaded himself in a central Mississippi home, set it on fire and shot a deputy in the leg during a standoff with law enforcement, Leake County Sheriff Randy Atkinson told The Associated Press. Police suspect Arrington fatally shot Anthony Watts, a 61-year-old pastor, in Jackson and stole his truck after the escape.
Contributing: The Associated Press