If you lived in central Kentucky in April of 2010, you'll remember the name Derek Capozzi.
The federal inmate escaped from a prisoner transport van in Woodford County and kept people in the area on edge for the three days he was on the run.
He was finally recaptured in Versailles behind a factory.
According to court documents, on Monday in U.S. District Court in Lexington, Capozzi entered a conditional guilty plea to escape.
That means he admitted to escaping, but it allowed him to still appeal two things, a double jeopardy claim and a medical necessity claim.
According to court documents, Capozzi claimed he only escaped because he wanted medical help for a hole in his heart.
Capozzi had been moved from a prison in Maryland to the Grayson County Detention Center in Kentucky because he was a witness in a federal case in London.
He was being taken to Blue Grass Airport in Lexington when he escaped.
At the time of his escape, Capozzi was serving a lengthy sentence for federal crimes, including dismembering a 19-year old girl.
Capozzi is scheduled to be sentenced on the escape conditional guilty plea on September 4th.