Authorities say escaped Georgia inmates captured

Posted June 16, 2017

Authorities say two escaped inmates from Georgia have been captured after a foot chase in Rutherford County Thursday evening.

Authorities are now conducting a nationwide search for Ricky Dubose and Donnie Rowe.

The inmates also carjacked a 2004 green Honda Civic 4-door with a Georgia license plate RBJ6601 on Tuesday.

Investigators are looking for a 2008 white Ford F-250 pickup truck with the Georgia tag BCX-5372.

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Putnam County Sheriff Howard Sills said Thursday that the reward for information on the fugitives has been increased to $130,000. "These are seriously risky, vicious hoodlums that need to be apprehended".

David LeValley, FBI special agent in charge of the Atlanta office, said the manhunt had been expanded.

The men entered the driver's compartment, overpowered and disarmed Officers Christopher Monica and Curtis Billue while the bus was on State Route 16 between Eatonton and Sparta, police said.

'This black stripe, it's been on this badge more in the past year than ever before, ' Sheriff Sills said Thursday, fighting back tears.

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"Yes, they have been interviewed", Sills said.

"We will miss them deeply, and we can't replace them".

Protocol is to have two armed corrections officers on the bus, but the officers don't wear bullet-proof vests during transfers, Corrections Commissioner Greg Dozier said. Sills said Dubose also has "ghost" tattooed on his right forefinger and "face" on his right pinky finger — signs of membership in the Ghost Face Gangsters. 31 other prisoners were on board the bus and they all stayed behind until officers arrived on scene. The men hide the Honda in the woods near the burglarized house, then made their way to an industrial site where they stole the pickup, authorities said. Hours later, authorities said the two broke into a home in Madison and stole clothes and food.

"If somebody is helping them and we identify who they are, they will be prosecuted as parties to this crime", Sills said. After disarming the officers, one of the inmates shot and killed them, said Stills, who said about 30 inmates saw what happened.

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Authorities said the inmates were being transported when they overpowered the two officers, one of whom was driving the transport bus. Bailey said everyone is holding their breath until the two are caught. The Department of Corrections website indicates Rowe has been serving life without parole since 2002, and Dubose began a 20-year sentence in 2015. Monica had been with the Georgia Department of Corrections since October 2009 and Billue since July 2007.