3rd of 4 teens who escaped Tennessee juvenile facility found

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — A third teenager who escaped a juvenile detention center in Tennessee has been captured after a police pursuit, authorities said.

Morris Marsh, 17, was arrested late Friday in an SUV driven by his brother, Metro Nashville police said in a statement. Police said Marsh's brother, Rashon Keesee, 26, led authorities on a 15 minute chase before both were arrested at a gas station.

Marsh and three other teens broke out of the downtown facility in Nashville on Nov. 30. Marsh was being held at the juvenile jail on a murder charge, authorities said.

Two other teens who escaped with Marsh have been captured. A fourth teen, 17-year-old Brandon Carruthers, has not been found, police said.

Keessee has been charged with being an accessory after the escape and evading arrest. The teens' mother, Tewanna Keesee, also has been arrested on the accessory charge. police said.

Investigators say both communicated with Marsh, knew his whereabouts, and did not contact police.

Online court records did not show if any of those involved in Friday night's arrest have lawyers.

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