SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — A fifth male who transient a Central California correctional trickery has been captured, authorities pronounced Sunday.
Madera County deputies apprehended Roel Soliz, 30, of Chowchilla in Fairmead shortly before 3 p.m. after receiving an unknown phone tip, Sheriff John Anderson said.
The sheriff’s bureau declined to yield serve sum about Soliz’s arrest, sheriff’s mouthpiece Erica Stuart said.
The constraint came reduction than 24 hours after a span of special sheriff’s units hold a other 4 escapees — Juan Lopez, 33, Jorge Lopez-Diaz, 26, Abel Ramos 25, and Ricardo Cendejas, 19, all of Madera — late Saturday night, also following an unknown phone tip.
The group were in stealing on their capture, Stuart said.
The fugitives were being hold in control on several charges including attempted murder and armed spoliation when they transient from a county jail late Friday night.
It’s still misleading how a group escaped, though they were left for about an hour before corrections officers detected they were missing, Stuart said.
The jail is operated by a Madera County Department of Corrections, she added.