NASHVILLE, N.C. — Four of the five inmates who escaped from the Nash County Detention center in North Carolina were in custody Tuesday morning.
Sheriff Keith Stone said the inmates forced through a whole in a fence in the exercise yard at 3:30 p.m. on Monday and escaped, according to WRAL-TV . The inmates were being monitored by a camera in the yard and Stone said it was possible that they knew they were in a camera’s blind spot.
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The inmates are identified as David Marshal Viverette, 28, David Ruffin Jr., 30, Keonte Daemoan Murphy, 23, Raheem D-Carlos Horne, 26, and Laquaris Rashad Battle, 23, who remained at large Tuesday morning.
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