The five fugitives from a Missouri prison have all been captured. The Ohio State Highway Patrol says that four of the prisoners are currently being held in Butler County.
Initial reports indicated that on Tuesday, inmates Aaron Wade Sebastian, 30, Kelly McSean, 52, Lujuan Tucker, 37, and Dakota Pace, 26, escaped from the St. Francois County Detention Center in Farmington, Missouri. After the breakout, one inmate was swiftly apprehended in Missouri. On Friday night, the Ohio State Highway Patrol made a traffic stop and captured the last four fugitives.
Troopers pulled over a Scion TC on the Fairfield Township section of the state Route 4 bypass near the state Route 129 intersection. They were eventually identified as the four escaped inmates, and as troopers approached the vehicle to question its occupants, the inmates sped off in it, prompting a high-speed chase.
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Four inmates reportedly escaped on foot after the driver stopped the van on Brooke Hill Court, near Willow Brook Drive in Liberty Township. While the group was being pursued, troopers arrested two of the individuals, identified as Sebastian and McSean.
A few hours later, at 2:15 a.m., Tucker was apprehended by police from the West Chester Police Department. About half a mile from where the four escaped, deputies from the Butler County Sheriff’s Office located and apprehended the last fugitive, identified as Pace.
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