KLAMATH, Calif. (AP) - California authorities are on the lookout for an escaped prisoner serving time for assault with a deadly weapon.
The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation reported Wednesday that they've captured one of two prisoners who walked away the night before from a Northern California minimum-security facility for inmate firefighters.
They say 27-year-old Brian Schueren of Orange County remains on the loose.
He was serving a four-year sentence at Alder Conservation Camp near Klamath, an hour's drive from the Oregon border.
They say 47-year-old Eddy Edwards was taken into custody without incident Wednesday morning along a road not far from the camp.
Authorities say the captured inmate is being taken to a state prison in Susanville, no longer eligible to serve his sentence at the camp.