Convicted child rapist who serves three life sentences, is CAUGHT after being accidentally released from prison
- Tony Maycon Munoz-Mendez, 31, was captured Wednesday night after his accidental release from Rogers State Prison
- The convicted criminal served three life sentences for the rape and molestation of a girl younger than 10 years old
- Munoz-Mendez was brought back into custody in Northern Kentucky after a large-scale manhunt
- Munoz-Mendez, who declared innocent of the trial, has been in a Georgia prison since 2015
Tony Maycon Munoz-Mendez, 31, was captured Wednesday evening after a & # 39; processing error & # 39; led to an unintended release
A convicted rapist and child abuser is back behind bars after his accidental release from a Georgia prison where he is serving a life sentence.
Tony Maycon Munoz-Mendez, 31, was captured Wednesday night in Northern Kentucky after an extensive hunt for the dangerous escape, the Department of Corrections said.
He ran Rogers State Prison out in Reidsville on Friday afternoon after a & # 39; error & # 39; in the processing.
Munoz-Mendez has been in prison since 2015 when he was convicted of the horrific rape and child abuse of a girl under the age of 10.
He was sentenced to three sentences for the crimes, according to WSB TV.
Rogers State Prison is a & # 39; medium-level & # 39; security facility with a maximum capacity of 1,391 prisoners.
Munoz-Mendez was taken back to the Rogers State Prison in Reidsville – an average-level security facility with a capacity for 1,391 prisoners
Georgia Department of Corrections sent this leaflet to help state support in their arrest of Munoz-Mendez, who was detained again on Wednesday
Georgia Department of Corrections spokesman Lori Benoit said in a press release that all means were used to ensure the rapid arrest of Munoz-Mendez.
US Marshals joined the fugitive unit of the department to track down the convicted criminal.
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