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Investigators pledge further arrests in case of Fla. inmates who escaped using forgeries

  • This police booking mug shot provided by the Bay County Sheriff's Office shows escaped convict Joseph Jenkins. Police recaptured Jenkins and Charles Walker, both 34, Saturday, Oct, 19, 2013, in a Panama City, Fla. motel. Jenkins and Walker both convicted murderers, were freed from a Florida prison by phony documents in late September and early October. (AP Photo/Bay County Sheriff's Office, HO)

    This police booking mug shot provided by the Bay County Sheriff's Office shows escaped convict Joseph Jenkins. Police recaptured Jenkins and Charles Walker, both 34, Saturday, Oct, 19, 2013, in a Panama City, Fla. motel. Jenkins and Walker both convicted murderers, were freed from a Florida prison by phony documents in late September and early October. (AP Photo/Bay County Sheriff's Office, HO)  (The Associated Press)

  • This police booking mug shot provided by the Bay County Sheriff's Office shows escaped convict Charles Walker. Police recaptured Walker and Joseph Jenkins, both 34, Saturday, Oct, 19, 2013, in a Panama City, Fla. motel. Jenkins and Walker both convicted murderers, were freed from a Florida prison by phony documents in late September and early October. (AP Photo/Bay County Sheriff's Office)

    This police booking mug shot provided by the Bay County Sheriff's Office shows escaped convict Charles Walker. Police recaptured Walker and Joseph Jenkins, both 34, Saturday, Oct, 19, 2013, in a Panama City, Fla. motel. Jenkins and Walker both convicted murderers, were freed from a Florida prison by phony documents in late September and early October. (AP Photo/Bay County Sheriff's Office)  (The Associated Press)

  • Lillie Danzy, front left, mother of escaped inmate Charles Walker,pictured in lower right, with her husband Jeff Danzy, to her left, and attorney Rhonda Henderson, right, listen as she makes a plea for her son to turn himself in to authorities during a news conference at the Orange County Sheriff's Office in Orlando, Fla., Saturday, Oct. 19, 2013. Joseph Jenkins and Walker, two convicted killers freed by bogus paperwork, are at large.(AP Photo/John Raoux)

    Lillie Danzy, front left, mother of escaped inmate Charles Walker,pictured in lower right, with her husband Jeff Danzy, to her left, and attorney Rhonda Henderson, right, listen as she makes a plea for her son to turn himself in to authorities during a news conference at the Orange County Sheriff's Office in Orlando, Fla., Saturday, Oct. 19, 2013. Joseph Jenkins and Walker, two convicted killers freed by bogus paperwork, are at large.(AP Photo/John Raoux)  (The Associated Press)

Investigators are working to fulfill their pledge to find and arrest the people who helped two Florida inmates escape from prison using forged documents.

The two convicted killers are back in custody and were being grilled by authorities after they were captured without incident over the weekend at a motel in Panama City. Meanwhile, corrections officials are planning to hold meetings with court clerks to discuss how to prevent other inmates from using fake papers to escape.

The investigation of the escape by Joseph Jenkins and Charles Walker is now focusing on who forged the papers for them, who helped the men elude police after the trickery was discovered and who was coming to pick them up at the hotel in Panama City.