Whitley County Escapee Caught in Tennessee

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Updated: 8/19/2012 8:44 pm
        A man who escaped the Whitley County Detention Center has been caught in Tennessee.
       
        Whitley County Jailer Ken Mobley says Jessie Terry was caught in Clairfield, TN around 6:30 Sunday evening.

        Mobley says it appears Terry was staying with someone he knew at the time of his apprehension.

        Terry and Ronald Sisk escaped the prison a week ago while working in the kitchen.

        Sisk was caught 12 hours after he escaped.

        Mobley says Terry will be extradited back to Kentucky within the next two days.

        
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