Wallace was charged with conspiracy to aid the escape of another; conspiracy to commit reckless abandonment; criminal attempt to commit reckless abandonment; cruelty to children in the first degree and possession of tools for the commission of a crime.
She is in the Pelham City Jail.
Her 1-year-old child is now in the custody of the Department of Family and Children’s Services, Bourbonnais said.
Clark was charged with conspiracy to commit a crime of escape; criminal solicitation to commit a felony; and criminal attempt to possess a firearm by a convicted felon.
He is in the Gwinnett County Jail in the maximum security area, Bourbonnais said.
Clark was one of 211 Gwinnett County inmates awaiting transfer into the state prison system, Bourbonnais said. Of that amount, 93 were being housed in the Pelham City Jail.
Gwinnett County has an agreement to reimburse the Pelham City Jail $22.50 a day -- the same amount the county receives from the state -- for each inmate that must be housed there until a bed opens up in the state prison system, Bourbonnais said.