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Escaped Madison County inmate’s fiancée, her mother arrested for helping hide him

Deputies captured Todd Moudy in an abandoned home near Highway 43.
According to Sheriff Tucker, Moudy was quoted saying he did not want to go to back jail. The...
According to Sheriff Tucker, Moudy was quoted saying he did not want to go to back jail. The U.S. Marshalls, Leake county sheriff's department, and the Rankin county sheriff's department are all currently part of this hunt for the escaped inmate.
Updated: Dec. 11, 2018 at 4:43 PM CST
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MADISON CO., MS (WLBT) - Escaped inmate Todd Moudy was captured Tuesday before noon.

Deputies captured Todd Moudy in an abandoned home near Highway 43.

Investigators also arrested his fiancée Taylor Furrh and her mother Rebecca Furrh. The two are accused of helping hide Moudy from law officers.

Moudy's fiancée Taylor Furrh is accused of helping him hide from law officers. Source: Madison...
Moudy's fiancée Taylor Furrh is accused of helping him hide from law officers. Source: Madison Co Detention Center
Moudy's fiancée's mother Rebecca Furrh is accused of helping him hide from law officers....
Moudy's fiancée's mother Rebecca Furrh is accused of helping him hide from law officers. Source: Madison Co Detention Center

The transport van that he stole was found Monday in a wooded area.

Todd Moudy was being transported back to the jail last Friday after a felony bond hearing when he escaped.

He was able to overtake the officer and steal the van while shackled and handcuffed.

Madison Co. inmate steals prison van; pursuit in progress
Madison Co. inmate steals prison van; pursuit in progress

Madison County officials say his bond was revoked and he had made a statement before the incident saying he did not want to go back to jail.

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