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Inmates who escaped Wis. corrections center captured

Jesse Fairley, left, Andre L. Vance, center, and Kyle J. Peterson, right

CBS Minnesota via New Richmond, Wis. Police Dept.

MINNEAPOLIS -- The third inmate who walked away from a corrections boot camp in western Wisconsin Wednesday has been captured in Minnesota.

Minneapolis police say Jesse J. Fairly was located at about 11 a.m. Saturday, he surrendered and was taken into custody.

The other two, Kyle J. Peterson and Andre L. Vance, were arrested Friday in Wisconsin. Peterson was arrested around 8 a.m. Friday at a home in Whitewater on a tip from the public, and Vance was arrested Friday afternoon in Madison.

The three walked away from the St. Croix Correctional Center in New Richmond, Wis. on Wednesday night. It's a minimum security facility where the men were taking part in a boot camp program that includes manual work assignments and discipline.

The three had reportedly been at the corrections facility for offenses ranging from vehicular theft and drug possession to burglary and forgery, reported CBS Minnesota.

The escape prompted a manhunt and schools in the area to close Thursday.