One of two Colorado inmates who broke out of jail last week in Westcliffe, Colorado, is back in custody. The other is still on the loose.

According to CBS Denver, authorities say the men overpowered a guard last week and locked her in a cell. They then took the deputy's radio and keys to a 2017 Toyota Sienna minivan. They've been on the run since Sunday night, January 12.

The men were identified as:

  • 39-year-old Jerry Williams (pictured left)
  • 30-year-old Bryan Webb (pictured right)

According to KOAA News 5, tips led the Custer County Sheriff's Office along with the Huerfano County Sheriff's Office, Colorado State Patrol and the Department of Wildlife Violent Offender Task Force to arrest 39-year-old Jerry Williams.

Authorities said after receiving a search warrant, they found Williams hiding in a crawlspace under a Walsenburg home. Williams refused to come out, so deputies used pepper spray and took him into custody.

Williams is being charged with multiple felony and misdemeanor charges stemming from the escape, including:

  • second-degree assault on a peace officer
  • aggravated motor vehicle theft
  • escape
  • kidnapping

Williams was originally in jail on an attempted murder charge, while Webb was charged with assault on a peace officer.

Bryan Webb is still on the run and considered dangerous. He is described as:

  • Black hair
  • Hazel eyes
  • 6 foot 3 inches
  • 250 pounds
  • Clean-shaven as of January 12
  • Last seen wearing orange pants and shirt and black Custer County Sheriff's Office jacket

If you see Bryan Webb or have any information as to his whereabouts, call the communications center at 719-276-5555 extension #8.

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