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Update: Second Of Two Whitley County Jail Escapees Recaptured

Reported by: Tom Kenny
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Updated: 10/30/2013 10:14 pm
Life on the run for a Whitley County jail escapee ended on Wednesday.

Williamsburg Police said Justin Cornett was spotted in Middlesboro in Bell County, where he was eventually recaptured.

Police said Cornett and fellow inmate James Fields escaped through the jail kitchen on October 25th.

Fields was recaptured several hours later in the woods near a State Trooper's backyard.

Cornett was on the run for five days before being apprehended.
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