Three juveniles that escaped from the Logan County JDC Tuesday night have been caught.
Danny Ellis Jr. (pictured left), 15, of Lakeview, and Devante Smith (pictured right), 15, of Bellefontaine, were arrested in Cincinnati Wednesday afternoon around 3:30.
The Cincinnati Police Department also recovered a 2000 Oldsmobile Alero that was reported stolen near Indian Lake Wednesday morning.
The third escapee, Caleb Jacobs (pictured left below), 17, of Russells Point, was arrested by the Columbus SWAT team Wednesday afternoon around 5:30.
Ellis, Smith, and Jacobs each face felony charges of aggravated rioting, felonious assault, assault, and escape.
Three city women were arrested for allegedly aiding the boys.
Stephanie R. Johnson (pictured right), 30, of 217 South Park Street, was arrested at 12:15 am at her residence and was charged with felony obstruction of justice.
Stormi Kiser (pictured bottom right), 27, of 217 South Park Street, was charged with felony obstruction of justice Thursday morning.
Catherine Sine (pictured left below), 24, of 518 Cooper Avenue, was arrested around 5 pm at the Logan County Sheriff’s Office. She was charged with felony complicity to escape.
Authorities recovered juvenile inmate uniforms near Speedy Mart in Bellefontaine Wednesday afternoon around 3:30.
The juveniles attacked two corrections officers Tuesday night around 8:30.
After a brutal fight that lasted eight minutes, the teens escaped by pulling a fire alarm.
Hear the 911 call made by one of the officers that was attacked.
Jacobs was being held on a warrant from Polk County, Florida on burglary.
Ellis and Smith were arrested on a probation violation.
One of the corrections officers suffered extensive facial injuries. He was treated and released from Mary Rutan Hospital.