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Inmates in custody after walking off work detail in Jones County

Donnie Williams. Source: JCSD Donnie Williams. Source: JCSD
Timothy Matthews. Source: JCSD Timothy Matthews. Source: JCSD
JONES COUNTY, MS (WDAM) -

Two inmates who walked off work detail Monday afternoon are now in custody, according to the Jones County Sheriff's Department. 

After a brief manhunt, Donnie Williams, 43, and Timothy Michael Matthews, 29, were taken in to custody by deputies in the area of Lower Myrick Road. 

Williams and Matthews walked off the detail on Lower Myrick Road just east of Township and Reid Roads.

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