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2 of 3 inmates who escaped Lincoln County Jail apprehended

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CHANDLER, Okla. (AP) - Officials say two of three inmates who escaped the Lincoln County Jail have been apprehended.

Sheriff Charles Dougherty told reporters Thursday that 23-year-old Brian Allen Moody and 23-year-old Mark Dwayne Robbins are back in custody while 41-year-old Sonny Baker remains at large and is possibly armed.

Details of the arrests were not immediately released.

Authorities say three escaped the jail in Chandler about 11:30 p.m. Thursday by going through the jail's ventilation system and climbing over a wire fence.

Authorities say each inmate had been in custody for property crimes.

They are suspected of fleeing in a pair of pickup trucks stolen in Chandler, including one with a gun inside. Investigators say they then drove to Midwest City, where police say they used debit cards left in a truck.

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