A Bedford County Workhouse inmate who walked away from a trash crew south of Shelbyville on Monday was arrested at a friend's home Wednesday morning.
Andrew Phillip Marshall, 19, is back in Bedford County Jail, Sheriff Randall Boyce said.
"We got to checking around and found out who his friends are and who he runs with," Boyce said. "We found out who he was with and where his friend lived and what kind of car he drives."
Deputies found the car at a King Arthur Trailer Court residence and arrested Marshall without incident. He is being held on $50,000 bond on a charge of jail scape.
Michael Scott Francisco, 19, who Boyce said is a friend of Marshall, Francisco's mother, Lorena Lynn Francisco 42, and Francisco's girlfriend, Sarah Dawn Yates, 18, of Halls Mill Road, were all charged with accessory after the fact for allegedly helping hide Marshall.
Marshall, 19, had only 30 days remaining on his sentence when he left the trash crew near his home on Himesville Road at mid-afternoon Monday, Boyce said.
Jail records indicate charges of burglary, theft of property and vandalism on Marshall's record. He was one of three men who attempted to break into West Lane Market last December, records show.
Law enforcement had been searching almost non-stop for Marshall, who was not thought to be a danger to the public, Boyce said.