Alleged Escapee From Sulphur Jail Michael Moss Has Been Captured
Michael Moss who allegedly escaped from Sulphur jail on November 6, 2018, has been captured according to Christopher Rudy of the DeRidder Police Department.
Moss was reportedly recaptured and arrested around 11:45 a.m. November 8, 2018. Moss has several charges pending in multiple places, including domestic and battery charges, but officials said that they believed he was not a threat to the general public while on the run.
There was no word on any additional charges Moss might face for the alleged escape at the time this article was published.
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