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Remaining escaped Caruthersville inmate turns himself in

CARUTHERSVILLE, MO (KFVS) -

The remaining Caruthersville inmate who escaped on Thursday is no longer on the run.

According to Sheriff Tommy Greenwell, Rakeem Sanders turned himself in to Pemiscot County authorities early Saturday afternoon.

The other inmate turned himself in to authorities on Friday.

Caruthersville City Marshal Tony Jones said family members of Larry McIntyre called to say he wanted to turn himself in to authorities.  And, short time later officers met at a family member's home and took him into custody on Friday.

McIntyre was in jail for non-support.

Rakeem Sanders was last seen running from the Municipal Court building on Thursday headed east towards Walker Avenue.

Sanders was in jail for municipal property damage.

The two inmates escaped from Caruthersville Police Department just after 6:30 p.m. Thursday, as police were transporting the inmates somewhere.

Neither inmate was in for violent crimes, and Chief Jones thinks the two were in Caruthersville somewhere.

Police say both will now face felony escape charges.

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