1:36 a.m. (EDT)

A northern New York prison worker accused of helping two killers escape last weekend gave the men hacksaw blades, chisels, a punch and a screwdriver bit, according to criminal complaints.

Prison tailor shop instructor Joyce Mitchell is accused of befriending inmates David Sweat and Richard Matt at the Clinton Correctional Facility in Dannemora and giving them contraband.

Mitchell's hands were cuffed in front of her and she stared straight ahead while she was arraigned Friday night in Plattsburgh on charges of felony promoting prison contraband and misdemeanor criminal facilitation. She was ordered jailed on $100,000 cash bail.

Mitchell's family has said she would not have helped the convicts break out.

Mitchell has another court appearance scheduled for Monday.

Police say they won't stop looking for the escaped inmates.

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11:30 p.m. (EDT)

A northern New York prison worker accused of helping two killers escape last weekend has pleaded not guilty.

Court-appointed defense attorney Keith Bruno said Friday he'll make arguments on Monday after having time to speak with prison tailor shop instructor Joyce Mitchell.

Mitchell is accused of befriending inmates David Sweat and Richard Matt at the Clinton Correctional Facility in Dannemora and giving them contraband.

Her hands were cuffed in front of her and she stared straight ahead while she was arraigned Friday night in Plattsburgh on charges of felony promoting prison contraband and misdemeanor criminal facilitation. She looked scared and didn't speak. She was ordered jailed on $100,000 cash bail.

The inmates used power tools to cut through their cell walls and a steam pipe and escaped through a manhole a week ago. Police say they won't stop searching until the escapees are captured.

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11:15 p.m. (EDT)

A northern New York prison worker accused of helping two killers escape last weekend looked scared and didn't speak during her arraignment.

Prison tailor shop instructor Joyce Mitchell is accused of befriending inmates David Sweat and Richard Matt at the Clinton Correctional Facility in Dannemora and giving them contraband.

Mitchell's hands were cuffed in front of her and she stared straight ahead while she was arraigned Friday night in Plattsburgh on charges of felony promoting prison contraband and misdemeanor criminal facilitation. She was ordered jailed on $100,000 cash bail.

Mitchell's family has said she would not have helped the convicts break out.

Mitchell has another court appearance scheduled for Monday. Her court-appointed attorney says he'll make arguments then after having time to speak with her.

Police say they won't stop looking for the escaped inmates.

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11:05 p.m. (EDT)

A northern New York prison worker accused of helping two killers escape last weekend has been arraigned.

Prison tailor shop instructor Joyce Mitchell is accused of befriending inmates David Sweat and Richard Matt at the Clinton Correctional Facility in Dannemora and giving them contraband.

Mitchell was arraigned Friday night in Plattsburgh on charges of promoting prison contraband and criminal facilitation. Promoting prison contraband is a felony, criminal facilitation is a misdemeanor.

Mitchell's family has said she would not have helped the convicts break out.

District Attorney Andrew Wylie says the investigation continues.

State police say they won't stop searching until the escapees are caught.

store and gas station through the woods east of Dannemora.