Officials say Mark Morrow was captured at approximately 1:45 p.m. Monday in Perryville. He is now back in custody at the Perry County Detention Center in a secure, locked-down area.
Perry County Sheriff Scott Montgomery confirmed Monday morning that inmate trustee Mark Morrow walked away from work release around 5 p.m. Sunday.
This escape and search adds to another recent getaway. Three Faulkner County inmates escaped a Faulkner County detention center on Saturday and also are at-large (see related story).
Morrow is a 42-year-old white male with black and gray hair, 5’5” in height and 170 lbs.
He was last seen wearing a gray shirt with “L.I.F.E.” printed on the front, blue jeans and brown cowboy boots.
Morrow is classified as a non-violent inmate and was incarcerated for theft by receiving and possession of controlled substance.
Morrow's direction of travel or destination is unknown at this time and he is presumed to be neither armed nor dangerous, according to officials.
Anyone who has seen Morrow or has information on his whereabouts is asked to contact the Perry County Sheriff’s Office at 501-889-2333.