Two of three escapees from a minimum-security work crew have been apprehended in Florida after a routine traffic stop, Idaho Correction officials say.
Shane Jeffrey McCloskey of Post Falls and William Charles Dorahush were taken into custody in Citrus County, Fla., after a traffic stop revealed they were wanted in Idaho.
McCloskey, 21, was serving one to 15 years for rape in Kootenai County. He was incarcerated at the South Idaho Correctional Institution.
Dorahush, 28, was serving a sentence of three to 14 years for third-degree arson, burglary and grand theft in Madison County. He had been incarcerated since 1992.
The two men, along with Glen Edward Garity, were unsupervised Oct. 27 when they escaped by driving a Corrections pickup away from the prison farm site.
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