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3/1/06

Authorities Arrest Escaped Inmates

Source: Gaines Co. Sheriff Source: Gaines Co. Sheriff

After more than four months on the run, two escaped inmates are back in the Gaines County Jail.

Authorities arrested Claronaldo Matthew Davila and Justin Kirk Graves Tuesday in Mexico. They've since been transferred back to Texas.

The two escaped from the jail using a hole in the ceiling in October of 2005. Federal authorities tracked them to Mexico. They were arrested there and transported back to Texas earlier this week.

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