A Faulkner County escapee has been recaptured in Hot Springs.
Dustin Reeves, 23, who had walked away from a trash pickup work crew in Conway Tuesday morning was found today around noon.
He was arrested by Hot Springs Police at a pawn shop. Police say his girlfriend, Anna Grinder, 36, was also arrested as the pair tried to pawn some items.
The Faulkner County Sheriff's Office (FCSO) was tipped off that Reeves was in Hot Springs and called Hot Springs Police for assistance.
Hot Springs detectives spotted Grinder's yellow Hyundai Tiburon at the pawn shop and waited for the pair before arresting them in the parking lot.
Reeves and Grinder were taken to the detention Center in Hot Springs, where Faulkner County deputies will pick them up later today.
The FCSO says Reeves faces a charge of Escape and Grinder will be charged with hindering apprehension.
Original story (Tuesday, 11:00 a.m.):
A Faulkner County inmate jailed for theft has walked away from a work detail this morning.
Dustin Reeves, 23, was noticed missing around 9:30 as he worked with other three other inmates picking up trash along Sunny Gap Road. One deputy was watching the crew.
Reeves was jailed on a theft of property charge in a Vilonia case.
He was wearing an orange jumpsuit when last seen heading south down Sunny Gap Road.
The Faulkner County Sheriff's Office (FCSO) tells KARK 4 that Reeves is not considered dangerous at this time.
If you see him, call 911 or the FCSO at (501) 679-6323.