The suspect, Alvin Elliot was caught and taken back into custody, according to Texas Department of Criminal Justice.
Elliot went missing missing at 8:15 a.m. Monday morning and taken into custody after 4:00 p.m. Monday afternoon.
He was caught two miles from where he was reported missing.
TDCJ report he is likely to face additional charges.
WINNSBORO, Texas (KETK) – The Texas Department of Criminal Justice is on the hunt for an escaped inmate who was last seen in Winnsboro. It is believed he walked off a work site.
Alvin Elliot, 25, was last seen near CR 4400 at 8:15 a.m. this morning. He is 6 feet tall and weighs 277 pounds. He was last seen wearing standard-issue prison whites, which can look like medical scrubs. Elliot was convicted out of Morris County for burglary of a home. He has been in the custody of the Johnston Unit since June 24.
Elliot was convicted out of Morris County for burglary of a home. He has been in the custody of the Johnston Unit since June 24.
He was a probationer who was assigned to Johnston as a condition of his parole.
If you have seen him, you are asked to call The Office of Inspector General Hotline at 936-437-5171 or local law enforcement.
They want to not approach Elliot.