SANTA ANA, Calif. – With all three violent inmates who escaped from a California jail back in custody, authorities can carefully scrutinize how they carried out the jailbreak and what they did during their week on the run.
Orange County Sheriff Sandra Hutchens vowed over the weekend to fix the security lapses that allowed the brazen escape.
On Jan. 22, the men sawed, crawled and climbed their way out of the maximum-security jail and used a rope made of bedsheets to rappel four stories to the ground.
Their escape triggered an intense manhunt.
On Friday, one of the men surrendered after walking into an auto repair shop in Santa Ana. The last two escapees were arrested Saturday near San Francisco's Golden Gate Park.