Four inmates escape prison in Mississippi

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Montreal Anderson, left, and  John Rollins, right, are still at large (Hinds Country Dentention Center)

Montreal Anderson, left, and John Rollins, right, are still at large (Hinds Country Dentention Center)

RAYMOND, Miss. — Authorities say one of the inmates at large after an escape at a Mississippi jail has been captured, leaving two at large.

Officials say four prisoners fled about 12:45 a.m. Monday from the jail in the small town of Raymond. They were discovered missing during bed check. Sheriff’s department spokesman Othor Cain says 19-year-old Jermaine Wilson was found and arrested 18 hours later in Jackson, about 10 miles away.

Cain also says that on Tuesday, 18-year-old Kevin Holmes was arrested without incident in Jackson. Other details of the arrests weren’t immediately available.

Deputies and U.S. marshals were chasing leads Tuesday on the remaining two fugitives: 25-year-old Montreal Damon Anderson and 23-year-old John Rollins.

Sheriff Tyrone Lewis said investigators were putting together details of the escape, describing it as “prearranged and preplanned” with help from inside and outside the jail.