Two inmates who broke through Indiana jail walls to freedom are caught.
FOX's Jeff Monosso reports:
27-year-old Michael Roberts and 39-year-old Chadwick Heath after weeks of carving holes in stone walls in the Fayette County Jail squeezed out last weekend.
And Roberts who was there on burglary and theft, and Heath on drug-dealing charges vanished thanks to the help of a stolen truck, but that was until they were both caught about 60-miles east of the jail in Dayton, Ohio.
We're told Heath's mother is also facing charges for assisting the pair while they were on the run.
Jeff Monosso, FOX News.