Two Indian inmates who fled their work-release program in Wyoming have been captured in Wyoming.
Shannon Parazoo, 44, and his stepson, Alonzo Durgin, 28, were arrested in British Columbia on Friday afternoon. They had walked away from their release center on February 9.
Also taken into custody was Parazoo's wife, Rose, and her two children. She is facing Canadian and U.S. charges.
Parazoo, a member of an Oregon tribe, and Durgin, a member of the Northern Arapaho Tribe of Wyoming, will be extradited to the U.S.
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(The Great Falls Tribune 2/24)
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