WALSENBURG, Colo. (CBS4)– An escaped inmate from Westcliffe has been captured but another one remains on the run. Jerry Williams escaped from jail in Westcliffe on Jan. 12 along with Bryan Webb.
Police received a tip that Williams, 39, was hiding in the crawl space of a home in Walsenburg on Tuesday. Officers used pepper spray to get him out.
Webb, 30, remains on the run. Webb is charged with assault on a peace officer.
The Custer County Sheriff’s Office says the inmates overpowered a guard and locked her in a cell before taking the deputy’s radio and the keys to a 2017 Toyota Sienna minivan. The vehicle belonged to the Rotary Club.
Authorities say Webb made it to his parents’ home in Walsenburg — about 60 miles away — after his escape, but he has since moved on.
Williams was in jail on an attempted murder charge.