Two escapees from Blackburn Correctional Facility in Lexington were recaptured Monday in Warren County.
Glenn Budd, 24, and Willie Wilson Miller, 24, both of Bowling Green escaped from the correctional facility in Lexington on Saturday, according to a Bowling Green Police Department report. The two walked out of the minimum-security facility, said city Officer Jerry Corbitt.
Miller was in the detention center on robbery charges and Budd was incarcerated on charges of burglary and theft, Corbitt said.
The police department received information that led them in a combined effort with Kentucky State Police Post 3, the Warren County Sheriff's Department and BGPD, to Budd at 2709 Bill Dedmon Road at about 11:10 a.m.
“We were able to apprehend them through contact information for known associates,” Corbitt said. “This isn't the first time that we've dealt with them.”
Further investigation led officers to 1402-B Parkside Court in Bowling Green, where Willie Miller was apprehended at 12:21 p.m.
Budd and Miller were taken into custody without incident, according to a state police report.
City police arrested Linda Barnett, 39, and John Houchens, 18, both of Bowling Green, at Parkside Court on charges second-degree hindering apprehension.
“They refused to open the door. We had to kick it down,” said sheriff's Deputy Joe Green, who was at the scene.
During the Bill Dedmon Road arrest, one of the residents opened the door and avoided hindering charges, he said.
The sheriff's department arrested Misty Loman, 26, of Bowling Green at Bill Dedmon Road on outstanding warrants, Green said.
She was named in felony warrants on charges of first-degree manufacturing methamphetamine, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia in Hopkins County.
Loman was also named in outstanding warrants in Warren County on charges of possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of stolen property, he said.
Budd, Miller, Loman, Barnett and Houchens were taken to the Warren County Regional Jail.
Budd, Miller and Loman are jailed without bond.
Bond was set at $1,020 cash for both Barnett and Houchens.