Two of the four inmates who escaped through the ceiling in the shower of the Caddo County Jail in Anadarko, Oklahoma, this weekend have been captured, Caddo County Sheriff Gene Cain told CNN Monday.
The two men, Dylan Ray Three Irons, 21, and Prime Brown, 23, were taken into custody in Chickasha, Oklahoma, the sheriff said, less than 20 miles away from the jail.
The men were spotted by Grady County District Attorney investigators as they were walking to a convenience store. Both men "appeared very wet and dirty," according to the Grady County Sheriff's Office.
The four inmates made a clean getaway Sunday after prying open a maintenance hatch in their shower – the first escape from the 2-year-old Caddo County jail, Cain said.
They broke a lock on the hatch above the shower head, Cain told CNN affiliate KFOR-TV, and then moved through a crawl space until they reached a wall, where they knocked out cement block or two. That got them to an unlocked door outside the jail area, Cain explained.
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As a college football player, O.J. Simpson's talent was undeniable when he took USC to two Rose Bowls and rushed for 100 yards both times. Now a panel of members from the Football Writers Association of America is considering him for the All-Century Class honor for those performances.
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But can you separate football and the man?
"Hard to argue that he wasn't the best player on the field in the 1960s," Berman says, "but it is a controversy."
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In today's edition of the "Good Stuff," a Staten Island, New York, volunteer organization comes together to help repair 2,000 homes without using a single federal dollar. CNN's Chris Cuomo reports.
An all-volunteer organization called "Yellow Boots" formed after Superstorm Sandy.
Jason Vogel, a Yellow Boots contributor, says 'I'm not looking for anything, I'm not looking for anything at all. I just want to be there to help because if I wasn't here, and this were to happen to my family, I would want someone to be out there to help my family."
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