Escaped Bell Co. Inmate Captured in Pulaski Co.

Contributor: Lance Vaught
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Updated: 4/30 7:37 pm
The Sheriff's Office in Pulaski County said it captured an escapee from the Bell County Forestry Camp on Wednesday.

Earlier in the day, officials from the camp told Pulaski County officials that Joshua Woodall had escaped and was probably in the Somerset area.

Woodall, who is originally from Somerset, was in jail on burglary and stolen property charges.

An investigation revealed that Woodall had met up with his wife, Adrienne.

They were spotted traveling in a car around Tateville.

Officers said 23 Oxycodone pills were found inside the vehicle.

29-year-old Josh Woodoall was charged in Pulaski County for trafficking in a controlled substance and then taken back to Bell County to face escape charges.

His wife, 25-year-old Adrienne, was also charged with trafficking in a controlled substance.

She was lodged in the Pulaski County Detention Center.
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