Ohio (WKBN) – The remaining four escapees from Missouri have been arrested in Ohio, according to our sister station, WDTN in Dayton.
According to WDTN, a press release from the Hamilton Post of Ohio State Highway Patrol says troopers stopped a Scion TC after seeing a traffic violation at the intersection of State Route 4 and Route 129 in Fairfield Township around 9:30 p.m. on Friday.
Four occupants fled the vehicle and OSP troopers quickly took two of the suspects into custody, according to WDTN.
After a search of the area, West Chester police found one of the suspects around 2:15 a.m. Saturday. Deputies from Butler County Sheriff’s Office took the last suspect into custody around 9 a.m. Saturday.
Dakota Pace, Aaron Sebastian, Lujuan Tucker and Kelly McSean are now all in the Butler County Jail, where the suspects could face additional charges in Ohio, according to OSP.
Kelly McSean, 52, is charged with sexually assaulting a woman, 39, and is classified as a sexual predator.
Lujuan Tucker, 37, is charged with raping a 12-year-old girl in 2003. He was also recently booked on an assault charge.
Aaron Wade Sebastian, 30, is a registered sex offender jailed on assault charges.
Dakota Pace, 26, was booked on several charges, including stealing and tampering with a vehicle.
There were five inmates that originally escaped Tuesday, but one individual was already arrested.