Last New Richmond inmate captured in Minneapolis, all 3 in custody

The third and last of the three escaped inmates from New Richmond, Wis. was captured by police at a residence in Minneapolis on Saturday around 11:15 a.m.

Jesse J. Fairley was taken into custody on an "Apprehension Request" that had been issued after escaping the St. Croix Correctional Center on May 6 with two other inmates.

BACK STORY- 3 inmates escape in New Richmond, Wis.

Fairley is currently being detained at the Hennepin County Jail, awaiting extradition back to Wisconsin.

The investigation and manhunt for the three escapees lasted for three days involving the efforts of numerous law enforcement agencies in Wisconsin and Minnesota.

The escapees:

Jesse Jamal Fairley, 25, a 5-8 black male with black hair. Fairley was serving a sentence for Burglary. He's from the St. Croix County area with ties to St. Paul, Minn.

Andre Lee Vance, 20, a 6-4 light-skinned black male with brown hair and brown eyes. Vance is formerly from Madison, Wis. and was serving a sentence for operating a motor vehicle without owners consent and burglary.

Kyle John Peterson, 19, a 5-10 white male with blonde hair and blue eyes. Peterson was serving a sentence for forgery and possession of drugs.

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