- Donnie Rowe and Ricky Dubose were apprehended in Christiana, Tennessee on Thursday
- The two convicts had been on the run since killing two guards on a prison bus on Tuesday
- On Thursday morning, police received a report that the two had held an elderly couple hostage and then stolen their Jeep
- Police tracked down the Jeep and were trying to pull the convicts over when they crashed the car and bailed out
- The two men ran into the woods and came across another house where they tried to steal another car
- But the homeowner there took out his own gun and held the two at gunpoint until police arrived
- They could face the death penalty when charged in officers’ deaths
Two escaped inmates sought in the killings of two guards on a Georgia prison bus were captured after a chase and being held at gunpoint by a rural Tennessee homeowner whose vehicle they were trying to steal, authorities said.
Donnie Rowe, 43, and Ricky Dubose, 24, were apprehended Thursday in the rural community of Christiana, Tennessee, ending a multi-state manhunt that began Tuesday morning.
‘True bravery is what’s caused us to stand before you tonight to talk about a successful capture instead of a tragic incident,’ Tennessee Bureau of Investigation Director Mark Gwyn said at a news conference. ‘So I’m totally grateful to everyone involved.’
Via: Daily Mail Online