Fourth inmate captured in NM jailbreak

August 29, 2008 12:43:26 PM PDT
A fourth inmate who escaped from the an eastern New Mexico jail has been captured. District Attorney Matt Chandler says 26-year-old Victor Sotelo was arrested without incident Thursday night in Albuquerque. Sotelo had been charged with aggravated assault before he escaped from the jail Sunday.

Four men remain at large from the group of eight that used handmade tools to cut a hole in the roof of the Curry County jail.

Also Thursday, the mother of one of the escaped inmates was arrested on charges of harboring or aiding a felon. Authorities say Hester England's son, Michael England, and another of the inmates stopped by her home to pick up clothes after they fled the jail.

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