BENTON, Ky. (KFVS) - The Kentucky State Police (KSP) have found a Marshall County inmate who walked away from a work release program.
According to a press release by KSP, Robert W. Fritz, 40 of Louisville, walked away from the Marshall County Animal Shelter on Jan. 13 around 12:40 p.m.
He currently faces multiple charges out of Shelby County and was also served with a Marshall County warrant for escaping.
Around 8 p.m. on Monday night, deputies responded to a stolen vehicle report not far from where Fritz was last seen.
Fritz, was last seen wearing blue jeans, red shoes and a red shirt.
He headed in a unknown direction, according to state police. They believed he could be traveling in a white Dodge pickup truck with a camper top.
On Tuesday, Jan. 14 deputies with the sheriff’s department said they got a notification from OnStar equipped in the vehicle of a possible location of the vehicle.
That location was off I-64 in Shelby County, Ky.
After 9 a.m., Fritz was found sitting in a stolen GMC Sierra pickup truck.
He was arrested without further incident. He is currently lodged in Shelby County Detention Center.