Orange County jail escape: 2 remaining fugitives caught in San Francisco

Orange Area Sheriff’s Sandra Hutchens announced at a twelve noon interview that got away inmates Hossein Nayeri and also Jonathan Tieu have actually been captured and also remain in the guardianship of the San Francisco Authorities Division.

A man in a Whole Foods car park in San Francisco acknowledged the one of the fugitives and also the white van he had actually seen on television that the duo were presumed of living in.

He called police at 8:20 a.m., as well as they swooped in rapidly and caught 2 fugitives that had actually run away from the Orange County Guys’s Central Jail, finishing an eight-day manhunt that stretched from Santa Ana to San Jose to San Francisco.

A grinning Hutchens announced the information of the capture Saturday. She claimed Hossein Nayeri, 37, and wanted on abduct and also torment charges, was caught after a brief foot chase. Jonathan Tieu, 20, desired on murder fees, was caught inside the van.

Ammunition was located in the van, however no tools.

The two fugitives will be transported to Orange Area and they will be housed in a different way than they had previously, Hutchens expressioned. They will not be housed together.

On Friday, Bac Duong, the 3rd inmate who had run away, transformed himself in at an auto parts store in Santa Ana. Duong, 43, wanted for attempted murder, had worked together with investigators after he was apprehended, Hutchens said.

On Saturday morning, San Francisco authorities replied to an unassociated clinical phone call near Golden Gate Park. As they were completing up keeping that telephone call, they were approached by a guy on the road who stated he identified Nayeri as well as the white van.

Authorities claimed Nayeri playinged around the Park Area police headquarters as well as Kezar Stadium, the old-time football field where scenes from “Dirty Harry” were recorded in the 1970s.

Nayeri was apprehended near a McDonald’s on the edge of Haight as well as Stanyan streets across from Golden Entrance Park.

Tieu was hiding in the van when he was uncovered by authorities.

The guys, got away Orange Region jail occasionally after a 5 a.m. headcount on Jan. 22, puncturing barriers, pressing with a plumbing system tunnel as well as rappelling off the roofing system utilizing bed sheets as a rope. They just weren’t uncovered missing until after a 3rd head count around 8 p.m., offering them a running start of several hrs.

Constable’s Capt. Jeff Hallock said the trio obviously got away to the San Jose area in a taken white van with tinted windows and also Duong later on took a trip back to Santa Ana to transform himself in. Duong is currently accepting authorities, he claimed.

Baseding on a report by CBS News, the fugitives spent two nights– Wednesday as well as Thursday– in room No. 14 at The Alameda Motel in San Jose. The manager, that really did not want determine himself, claimed a buddy spent for the room in cash. And he saw a white van parked outside. However by checkout time Friday morning, the males, considered armed and harmful, were gone. So was the van.

All three of the refugees are accused of terrible crimes: Duong is charged with attempted murder, Tieu is arresteded for murder and also tried murder, and also Nayeri’s fees, which consist of torture, worsened chaos and two counts of kidnapping, stem from complaints that he abducted a marijuana store proprietor as well as severed his penis.

Nayeri, who is thought to have masterminded the getaway, has left prosecution at the very least two times before. He hung out in Washington, D.C., after taking off officials in Madera County, where in 2005 he remained in an intoxicated driving accident where a traveler in his car was killed.

In 2012, after his initial arrest in the torture and kidnapping situation, he jumped bond and also got away to Iran. He was re-arrested in 2013 in Prague. Nayeri served time in the Marines Corps at Camp Pendleton but got a bad conduct discharge in 2001 for being missing without leave, baseding on military records.

On Thursday, Nooshafarin Ravaghi, a 44-year-old instructor from Lake Forest, was jailed on suspicion of aiding the men as they planned their breaking away.

Ravaghi functioned part-time as an English as a Second Language educator inside the jail as well as purportedly created a close connection with Nayeri, a former UNITED STATE Marine who speaks English yet took Ravaghi’s ESL training courses.

Authorities on Friday did not describe the nature of the partnership yet stated Ravaghi as well as Nayeri, both initially from Iran, corresponded by mail.

“Their connection was far more personal compared to it needs to have been,” Hallock said.

Ravaghi is expected to be arraigned Monday on costs of being a device to a felony. She is accused of offering Nayeri with a printout of a Google map that revealed the roofing system of the prison.

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