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To Texas inmates apprehended after escaping from a federal prison to go to the liquor run: police

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The four Texas federal prison inmates were apprehended at the weekend after a loss in order to go on a booze run, authorities said.

The quartet was caught late Saturday, after being seen leaving the site of a Federal Prison Camp in Beaumont, and cut through the ranch, and Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office said in a news release.

“The prisoners walked when they saw the law Enforcement Officers step out of the brush,” the news release said. “In all, four of the prisoners were quickly taken into custody.”

THE TEXAS INMATE WAS ARRESTED WHILE IN THE JAIL, WITH DRINKS, HOME-COOKED FOOD, SUCH AS POLICE

The authorities say that all four of these prisoners were caught after they escaped from the federal prison camp in Beaumont, Texas, on Saturday, to go on a liquor run.
(Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office)

At the time, officers were conducting surveillance behind the jail, and after repeated reports of prisoners continue to escape, bringing contraband back into the prison complex,” according to the press release.

The seized contraband included bottles of whisky and a mobile phone, the press release said.

Julian Lemus, 34, of Robert Young, 45, Of Leo, Who is 25, and the Silvstre Rico, as well as 35, have been charged with escape after the U. s. Marshals took custody of them.

AUG KILLER, THE SECOND ESCAPE ENDS AT THE END OF THE RECORDING ON THE PRISON ROOF

The camp is a minimum security lock-up.

In July, two of the prisoners who have long sentences on the drug convictions, escapes from the camp but never came back. They have not been caught, according to KDFM TELEVISION.

The station reported that it had been documented many, many times in the past 18 months, where the inmates go in and out to pick up contraband left for them.

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In January, a Beaumont inmate, was arrested after deputies caught him trying to sneak back into the camp for coffee, tea, alcohol, tobacco, and food.

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