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Old 04-05-2013, 10:10 PM
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Re: Manhunt for "Extremely Dangerous" Prison Escapees in Texas

Escaped Texas inmates, Brian Allen Tucker and John Marlin King, captured

COOPER, TX - A foiled try to pawn stolen jewelry Thursday led officials to the hideout of two inmates who escaped from an East Texas jail, a sheriff said.

Capital murder suspect Brian Allen Tucker and convicted drug offender John Marlin King were returned Thursday to the Hopkins County Jail in Sulphur Springs after a barn where they were hiding out was raided by federal, state and local officers in Cooper, 20 miles northwest of Sulphur Springs.

Authorities were led to the men after a pawn shop clerk in Cooper reported that someone had been trying to pawn jewelry left in a vehicle that had been stolen, said Sheriff Ricky Smith of Delta County, where the arrests took place. Investigators believed the fugitives had stolen the vehicle from a Sulphur Springs location.

Police then questioned the person with the jewelry, who revealed the fugitives were hiding, Smith said. The agents and officers stormed the barn and took the pair into custody without incident shortly before 5 p.m. Thursday, he said.

Also arrested was the owner of the house where the barn was located. Charles Ensey was in the Delta County Jail in Cooper charged with two counts of hindering arrest, Smith said. No bond has been set, and Ensey was scheduled to go before a magistrate Friday.

The arrests came two days after Tucker and King slipped past a Hopkins County Jail fence.

Read more: http://www.abc15.com/dpp/news/nation...-king-captured

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Re: Manhunt for "Extremely Dangerous" Prison Escapees in Texas

Ah well, they had nothing to lose anyway. 40 years in prison at the age they look will probably mean they'll die in prison.

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