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LINCOLN COUNTY, Okla. – The search for the last escapee from the Lincoln County Jail is finally over.

Officials knew they were closing in when Brian Moody was spotted near County Road 3300 near Fallis around noon Wednesday.

Investigators were led to the area after sources told them that Moody and his sister would be there.

Crews pulled over Moody’s sister, Angela Rainbolt, and Moody ran off into the woods.

Rainbolt and her 15-year-old son were taken into custody as the search for Moody continued.

Brian Moody


Authorities determined that Rainbolt was dropping Moody off in the area to steal a vehicle.

As it became dark, officials were forced to call off the search on Wednesday night.

However, it didn’t take them long to discover him on Thursday afternoon.

The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office told KFOR that Moody was taken into custody.

Photo provided by the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office.

The U.S. Marshals Service says they were the ones to discover him in a field in the Lincoln County area.

At this time, details of his capture have not been released.

Moody escaped through the jail’s ventilation system early Monday morning along with three other inmates who have all since been captured.

Trey Goodnight and Jeremy Irvin were captured early Wednesday near the town of Dale in Pottawatomie County.

Trey Goodnight, Jeremy Irvin captured after escaping from Lincoln County Jail

Goodnight was in jail for property crimes. Irvin was in jail for first-degree murder.

Sonny Baker was captured near the town of Carney Wednesday morning.

Sonny Baker


Moody and Baker were both in jail for property crimes.

This isn’t the first time Moody and Baker have escaped from the Lincoln County Jail.

In March, Moody, Baker and another inmate escaped by crawling through a vent.

Lincoln County officials said they plan to review jail security measures in wake of the second escape.