Two inmates whose deadly escape from a Georgia prison this week sparked a massive police manhunt were captured Thursday by two gun-toting Tennessee residents. Authorities said Donnie Russell Rowe and Ricky Dubose, who allegedly killed two corrections officers during their escape Tuesday, were held at gunpoint by two Tennessee homeowners who found them trying to steal a car in a wooded area, CNN reported. The pair had reportedly just crashed a stolen car during a police chase before fleeing into the wilderness. They are now back in police custody after a 60-hour manhunt, during which time police say the men stole five vehicles, robbed two homes, tied up and abused an elderly couple, and opened fire on police officers after a car chase.
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