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3 escaped prisoners back in custody in Oklahoma

VINITA — Oklahoma corrections officials say three inmates who escaped from a Vinita prison are back in custody.

BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Published: September 24, 2012
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VINITA — Oklahoma corrections officials say three inmates who escaped from a Vinita prison are back in custody.

A local television station reports Sunday that Craig County sheriff's deputies took the prisoners into custody east of Vinita.

The prisoners, Bryce Agnew, Jeffery Bradshaw and Daniel Dolezal, were confirmed to be missing from the Northeast Oklahoma Correctional Center on Saturday morning.

The TV station reports that Bradshaw had previously escaped from prison. He's serving a 20-year sentence for grand larceny.

Agnew is serving a 15-year sentence for possession of a controlled substance and Dolezal is serving a 10-year sentence for assault and battery with a dangerous weapon.

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