MARSHALL COUNTY, KY (KFVS) - Kentucky State Police have located and arrested a Marshall County Jail inmate who escaped on Thursday, December 7.
Police said Jeremy L. Meadows of Water Valley, Kentucky, left a work assignment at 10 a.m. on Thursday, December 7.
On Saturday, January 6, information about Jeremy Meadows' whereabouts were notified to a Graves County Deputy.
Troopers and deputies went to a residence on Highway 408 East in Graves County.
During a search of the home, Meadows was located hiding in a closet.
Meadows was taken into custody and charged with second degree escape.
He was lodged in the Graves County Jail.
A Murray woman is also facing charges after state police said she helped the inmate.
Tammy C. Lamb, 44, of Murray, Kentucky was charged with second-degree escape, according to Kentucky State Police.
Around 3:30 p.m., troopers located a 1998 Chevy SUV seen on surveillance picking up Meadows soon after his escape.
The SUV was at a residence on Ledbetter Road in Calloway County.
Lamb was at the residence and was taken to the Marshall County Jail.
Kentucky State Police was assisted by Calloway County Sheriff's Department.