Logan County Escapee Caught In Pontotoc County; Accused Accomplice Shot By Marshals
LOGAN COUNTY, Oklahoma - A Logan County escapee has been caught in Pontotoc County and his accomplice was shot by U.S. Marshals, officials confirm.
According to the sheriff’s office, Adam Misty Quilimaco is a trustee who was working with a county crew when he walked away from the facility sometime after 4 p.m.
The sheriff says they were also looking for a person of interest, identified as Melissa Grayson, who may have helped Quilimaco in his escape. Grayson has an outstanding warrant for her arrest on a child neglect complaint.
Quilimaco was caught by U.S. Marshals in Allen, Oklahoma, deputies said.
During the arrest, the woman reportedly reached for a weapon and was shot by U.S. Marshals. She has been taken to an Oklahoma City hospital via medical helicopter, the Logan County sheriff said.
Quilimaco was in jail on two charges of robbery and possession of stolen property.