One of the two escaped inmates from the Big Sandy Regional Detention Center remains “on the run”. On Thursday, March 22, at 8:20 AM, Brian E. Olson and Jeremy Boggs were signed out by Johnson Co Jailer Doug Saylor to help work on a litter collecting detail on Kentucky Rt. 201, near the Sitka area of Johnson Co. When work was completed, Olson and Boggs could not be located. They were last seen around 3 PM on Thursday, Match 22. According to a news release from the Big Sandy Regional Detention Center, Olson was arrested by the KSP on Tuesday, March 27 in Elliott Co. Olson was returned to the jail and in addition to his original state convictions on felony charges he has been charged with second-degree escape. KSP reports said that Olson and Boggs were located on Ison Road in Elliott Co. near Sandy Hook, but as Troopers approached the inmates they took off on foot. Troopers caught Olson, but Boggs was reportedly able to allude capture after jumping over a cliff and was las seen running into the woods. Both Olson and Boggs were from the Sandy Hook area of Elliott Co and information gathered during the investigation, led Troopers to the area were inmates was located. Anyone with information concerning the whereabouts of Jeremy Boggs should contact their local Kentucky State Police Post or the Johnson Co Sheriff Department. Boggs is described as being 5’9’’ tall, weighs 165 lbs., and has brown hair, hazel eyes and a fair complexion. Both Boggs and Olson were in jail on charges related to parole violations.
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