NASHVILLE, Tenn. (KFVS) - A fourth juvenile escapee is back in custody.
Brandon Caruthers, who was accused of armed robbery, was taken into custody by the Metro Nashville Police Department SWAT, Juvenile Crime Task Force officers & Deputy U.S. Marshals at an Antioch apartment complex, on Thursday, December 12.
Police say information provided through Crime Stoppers helped lead to his arrest. Two other people in the apartment with him, a woman and a man, both adults, were also taken into custody.
Caruthers, 17, was wanted by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation and the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department on a Davidson County General Sessions Criminal Warrant charging him with escape.
Officials said an armed robbery charge from August 2018 against Caruthers was transferred last month to Criminal Court.
Morris Marsh, 17, was wanted by the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department. He was taken into custody on Dec. 6. Marsh is accused of murder, according to officials.
Caruthers and Marsh are two of four teens who escaped from the downtown Nashville juvenile detention facility on Saturday, Nov. 30, 2019.
Two other escapees, Decorrius Wright, 16, and Calvin Howse, 15, were captured on Dec. 3.
Police said Wright is accused of murder.
Howse was being held as the result of his arrest on November 21 on charges of auto theft and gun possession. He had an armed robbery charge in 2018.
Metro Nashville police said the two were brought in by the Juvenile Crime Task Force.