The second of two escaped inmates who walked away from a state work-release center this week in Kissimmee was captured Thursday evening, according to the Osceola County Sheriff's Office
Sixto Martinez-Rodriguez, who sports a "Smile Now, Cry Later" tattoo, was picked up at an undisclosed location, records show.
Martinez-Rodriguez, 26, and Claudio Poillot, 38, disappeared at 5:40 a.m. Tuesday when they were supposed to walk from the state Department of Corrections center on Michigan Avenue to their jobs at a construction company on East Carroll Street, records show.
The escapees called the work release center 30 minutes later saying they were at work. But at 6:50 a.m., the owner of J.S. Son's Construction reported them missing.
Martinez-Rodriguez was serving four years for burglary and stealing guns in Seminole County, records show.
Poillot was serving four years in prison for striking an Osceola County law enforcement officer, his third term in prison since his first convictions in Miami for burglary, robbery and aggravated battery, records show. He turned himself in on Tuesday.
It could not be learned late Thursday how long their sentences will be extended as a result of the reported escape.
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