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Posted by JJGhostrider on 08/09/10 at 08:19 PM
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PHOENIX -- Arizona prison escapee and convicted murderer Tracy Province has been captured in Meeteetse, Wyoming, police said Monday.

Lt. Mark Trimble, of the Casper, Wyoming, police department said he was told of the capture by U.S. marshals.

Province escaped from the Arizona State Prison near Kingman on July 30, along with two other men. One of the men, Daniel Renwick, 35, was arrested the day after the escape in Rifle, Colorado, where he got into a shootout with police.

The remaining fugitive, John Charles McCluskey, 45, is believed to be hiding in Yellowstone National Park with his alleged accomplice, Casslyn Mae Welch, 43, according to U.S. Marshal Fidencio Rivera.

Authorities have identified Welch as McCluskey's cousin and fiancee.

McCluskey was serving 15 years for attempted second-degree murder and other charges, while Province was serving a life sentence for murder and armed robbery. Welch helped Province, McCluskey and Renwick escape by throwing cutting tools over a prison fence, according to Charles Ryan, director of Arizona's Department of Corrections.

"Information developed within the past two days indicated the escapees may be hiding in the Yellowstone Park area within Montana and Wyoming," the Marshals Service said in a statement Sunday. "It is believed Tracy Province has separated from John McCluskey and Casslyn Welch."

The New Mexico Department of Public Safety said Saturday police have forensic evidence linking Province and McCluskey to a couple found slain in New Mexico last week. Two burned bodies were found in a camper Wednesday in Santa Rosa, New Mexico, according to Peter Olson, spokesman for the department.

New Mexico police have yet to positively identify the burned bodies, but believe they are Linda and Gary Haas of Oklahoma, whose truck was found 120 miles away in Albuquerque, New Mexico, according to Olson. He would not elaborate on the nature of the forensic evidence.

After the breakout, the inmates and the accomplice abducted two truck drivers at gunpoint on Interstate 40 outside of Kingman, Arizona, and hijacked their 18-wheeler, according to the Mohave County Sheriff's Office in Kingman. The truck drivers and the rig were released five hours later in Flagstaff, about 135 miles to the east.

The fugitives were later believed to be driving a 2002 silver Volkswagen Jetta purchased last Saturday in Phoenix. They were later spotted on a security camera in a bank inside a grocery store in Goodyear, Arizona, according to Barrett Marson, spokesman for the Arizona Department of Corrections.

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Posted by amadeen on 05/16/10 at 11:20 AM
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