Two group who transient a Southern California jail final week were prisoner Saturday, a Orange County Sheriff’s bureau announced.
Jonathan Tieu, 20, and Hossein Nayeri, 37, were nabbed by cops in San Francisco, a sheriff’s bureau said in a tweet.
“#OCSDPIO: Both superb jail escapees (Nayeri Tieu) IN-CUSTODY by @SFPD,” a chatter said.
Stolen Vehicle ACTUAL 2008 White GMC Savana Utility Lic: 8U66466 plates/stickers competence have been private pic.twitter.com/MASIlWnYxe
— OC Sheriff, CA (@OCSD) January 29, 2016
Details of a constraint were approaching to be suggested during a press discussion scheduled for after Saturday.
Tieu and Nayeri were believed to be in Northern California and pushing a same outpost they stole when they done their contemptuous escape, authorities pronounced Friday.
The third escapee Bac Duong, 43, was hold after he incited himself in Friday. Duong pennyless off from a other dual men, went to a Southern California physique emporium where his crony works and had her call police.
Orange County sheriff’s orator Jeff Hallock pronounced Duong was auxiliary with authorities after his capture.
He pronounced of Tieu and Nayeri, “If they are watching, we wish them to know that we are dire forward, and we are entrance after them,” Hallock pronounced during a news conference, addressing a escapees directly for a initial time. “We will take we behind into custody.”
Duong was arrested in Santa Ana, where a contingent transient on Jan. 22 from a limit confidence facility, authorities said. It’s misleading how he got behind to Southern California from San Jose, though Duong contacted a lady he knew during a automobile electric correct emporium early Friday only a few miles from a jail, authorities and witnesses said.
Two law coercion sources told Fox News that Duong told military when he was taken into control that a squad with that he was compared threatened to kill him if he did not surrender.
Lee Tran, whose family owns Auto Electric Rebuilders, pronounced Duong came to a emporium looking for Tran’s sister, Theresa, and told her that he wanted to surrender.
“He was frightened for his life, flattering much,” Tran said. “That’s given he asked one of a people to spin him in.”
Tran pronounced his sister called 911, and Duong stayed outward until authorities came.
“She was great her conduct off,” pronounced Trach Tran, her father, who was also there. “Everybody was scared.”
Lee Tran pronounced his sister’s beloved knows Duong, and sovereign authorities had come by to pronounce with her progressing this week given she competence have visited Duong in jail.
All 3 group had been available hearing for apart aroused crimes during a Central Man’s Jail. They were hold in a dormitory with about 65 other group in a jail, 30 miles southeast of Los Angeles. The group transient after slicing a hole in a steel class afterwards crawling by plumbing tunnels and onto a roof of a four-story jail building. They pushed aside spiny handle and rappelled down a wire done of bed linen. It took 16 hours for staff to comprehend a group were gone.
On Thursday, authorities arrested a lady who taught English inside a jail. Nooshafarin Ravaghi, 44, gave Nayeri a paper duplicate of a Google Earth map that showed an aerial perspective of a whole jail compound, Hallock said.
She was requisitioned on guess of being an appendage to a transgression and was being hold tentative a justice coming set for Monday. It wasn’t transparent if she had a lawyer.
Ravaghi and Nayeri also exchanged “personal and close” handwritten letters, though Hallock could not contend if a dual were romantically involved.
“It wasn’t a attribute that we would design between a clergyman and an invalid in a control setting,” he said.
Duong, a local of Vietnam, has been hold given final month on charges of attempted murder and attack with a lethal weapon.
It was a initial shun in scarcely 3 decades from a California trickery built in 1968 that binds 900 men.
Tieu is charged with murder and attempted murder in a 2011 squad shooting. Nayeri had been hold but bond given Sep 2014 on charges of kidnapping, torture, aggravated mayhem and burglary.
Fox News’ Adam Housley and a Associated Press contributed to this report.