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Tuesday, June 2, 2009

Escapees caught in NY

Posted By on Tue, Jun 2, 2009 at 2:47 PM

Our news partner Fox 16 reports that the escaped Arkansas killers have been caught in New York. Nabbed in a traffic stop. Speeding, maybe? Doesn't do to call attention to yourself when you're on the lam.

I'm guessing their future quarters won't allow so much room to roam.

Police spokesman tells us they're safely in custody of New York State Police, not far from Buffalo. He added that they apparently wrecked their car trying to outrun police. So much for any return of the vehicle to the kind person who supplied it back home.

As we reported last night, three free-world people have already been arrested for providing the getaway car. Prison employees have been suspended as an internal investigation continues. This caper, when and if fully detailed by famously secretive prison officials, should make quite a tale.

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