It's day two of the search for Curtis Reese, Jr. a convicted murderer who escaped from the Tucker Unit in Jefferson County Monday.
The Arkansas Department of Correction said it has no reason to believe that Reese has left Arkansas, however that won't stop them from searching wherever it needs to find Reese.
One tip led officers to a families home in Humoke.
She said she was in disbelief after her husband called and told her not to go home.
"I was like really, you know seriously, said Heather Tyler."
A K-9 unit and officers searched her property just miles from from the Tucker Unit just after oneTuesday.
"It was just too close to home."
The search turned up nothing.
But all around England and Tucker officers with horses, and 4 wheelers posted up and ready to go if need be.
"He's already gone, said Heather Peacock, who feels the officers work is done.
"They"ll find him in another town, in a state somewhere, that's what I think."
Meanwhile, another day with Curtis Reese Jr. still on the loose leaves Heather Tyler to take precaution.
He may sleep with us tonight instead of being in his own room."
Authorities said it's possible someone could have picked Reese up.
They are still running leads on a truck left in Ferda with food, tobacco, sleeping bags and clothes found inside.
But they have not tied that truck to Reese.
The truck had no tags and keys were left inside.