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Four men escaped from a federal prison camp in Virginia were captured

(CNN)Federal Bureau of Prisons in Hopewell, VirginiaAll four men who escaped from the Federal Bureau of Prisonon weekendsThe Bureau (BOP) said it was arrested and detained on Wednesday.

Tavares Lajuane Graham was detained on Sunday and Corey Branch and Kareem Allen Shaw were detained on Tuesday, BOP spokesman Donald Murphy confirmed to CNN. Around noon on Wednesday, Lamonte Rashawn Willis was also under BOP control, he said.
Currently, all four are held at Hopewell'sFederal Office for Medium Security, Murphy said.

Prisoners were reported missing from a satellite camp in the Federal Correctional Facility Petersburg at around 1:45 am on Saturday and began manhunting by multiple agencies, BOP said. rice field.

Escape details were not included in the news release, except that the BOP calls it a "walk away".

Graham, 44, distributes over 500 grams of cocaine and over 28 grams of cocaine base to foster drug trafficking crimes and aims to carry firearms for 120 months. Was sentenced to. The agency said.

Branch, 41, was sentenced to 160 months for possession of fentanyl and a felony for the purpose of distributing felony.

Willis, 30, was sentenced to 216 months in prison for possessing and concealing stolen firearms and for convicted serious offenders in possession of firearms. ..

Shaw, 46, was sentenced to 194 months for plotting with the intention of distributing measurable amounts of heroin.

According to the Prison Department, the United States Marshals Service, the FBI, and other law enforcement agencies assisted in the search for men. According to the

Prison Department, thesatellite campis listed as the minimum security facility currently accommodating 185 male inmates.