Last of 12 escape d Alabama jail inmates have been recaptured in florida

The last of 12 in mates who escape from Alabama jail over the weekend with the aid of peanut butter was recaptured hundreds of miles away in south florida on tuesday by police and FBI agents, according to the sheriff of martin country, florida.

The man who’s name is Brady Kilpatrick,24, was taken into custody after two days on the run when police raided the house where he was hiding out near the coastal town of Tequesta, Florida, a suburb of west palm beach. The other people who help them to escape were arrested at the house  including his sister and fiance, who authorities said picked Kilpatrick up by car in Alabama and drove him more than 700 miles south into Florida

Inmate Brady Andrew Kilpatrick shown in this undated booking photo provided July 31, 2017, is the last remaining inmate at large after 11 of 12 prison escapees have been recaptured after a mass jailbreak at the Walker County Jail, near Birmingham, Alabama, according to authorities. Courtesy Walker County Jail/Handout via REUTERS

A team of officers from the martin country and palm beach country sheriff’s departments, joined by federal bureau of investigation agents, zeroed in on kilpatrick’s hideout on the basis of an anonymous tip,sheriff william snyder told reporters

Eleven of the inmates, some who had been jailed on such charges as robbery, attempt murder  and domestic violence, were apprehended within 12 hours, all in the vicinity of the jail. But kilpatrick, who told authorities he ran nonstp for the two hours on the loose, managed to elude the manhunt until  Tuesday evening, after making it to florida

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