Police Find Wanted Man

Contributor: Ellen Bryan
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Updated: 7/14/2012 11:20 pm

According to Kentucky State Police, a wanted Mississippi man was caught in Kentucky – escaped – and then was caught again.

Troopers say they found Jonathan Keeton late last night while responding to a theft call on Short Branch Road in Greenup County.

They say they put him in handcuffs and put in the back of the cruiser.

While they were inside investigating the theft, Police say Keeton broke the car window and ran away.

K9 units eventually caught him.

Kentucky State Police charged Keeton as a fugitive from another state. He also faces several other previous charges.
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