This undated combo of photos provided by the Florida Department. of Corrections shows Joseph Jenkins, left and Charles Walker. Walker and Joseph Jenkins were mistakenly released from prison in Franklin County, Fla., in late September and early October. According to authorities, the the two convicted murderers were released with forged documents. A manhunt is under way for the two men. (AP Photo/Florida Department. of Corrections)
PANAMA CITY BEACH, Fla. (AP) - Law enforcement authorities in Florida are grilling two convicted killers who used forged documents to escape their life sentences.
Joseph Jenkins and Charles Walker were arrested without incident last night at a motel in Panama City.
Authorities want to know who forged the papers, who helped them elude police and whether any other prisoners have used the same trick.
At a news conference today, Florida Department of Law Enforcement Commissioner Gerald Bailey promised "there will be more arrests."
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