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A capital murder suspect and a convicted drug offender who escaped from a Hopkins County jail have been captured, the county sheriff's office said Thursday.
Brian Allen Tucker and John Marlin King escaped from the jail Tuesday morning by slipping through a hole in a fence. They were only in T-shirts and boxers after leaving their jail clothes near railroad tracks close to the jail.
Tucker and King were apprehended in Cooper, according to Commerce police.
No one was injured.
The two were back inside the Hopkins County jail as of 6 p.m.
Investigators also have possession of a sport utility vehicle that Tucker and King are believed to have stolen Wednesday.
King was seen at the home of an acquaintance in northwest Hopkins County on Wednesday afternoon.
Hopkins County Sheriff's Office Sgt. Brad Cummings said King had visited the woman's home on Farm-to-Market Road 3134 and left in a black SUV with an unidentified passenger.