Dillion Williams, 27, and David May, 42, escaped Saturday from the Parchman jail, but May was captured Sunday morning, according to the Mississippi Bureau of Investigations.
May is serving a life sentence for aggravated assault in Harrison County, while Williams is serving 40 years for aggravated assault and burglary in Marshall County, according to the Clarion Ledger.
On Sunday, outgoing Gov. Phil Bryant said law enforcement officials are working to end the crisis:
The Mississippi Legislature convenes Tuesday at the state Capitol in Jackson, and some lawmakers are already weighing in on the jail crisis, according to WLOX.
“The only way to fix this is money, period,” said state Sen. Joel Carter. “Mississippi is in great financial shape right now; we just have to be responsible about it. The guards are underpaid, and the pay isn’t worth it. They’re only paid $25,000, and money is always an issue.”
On Twitter, Gov.-elect Tate Reeves said much work needs to be done to resolve the crisis:
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The entire state jail system remains under lockdown.