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Colorado / Texas Fugitives / Capture / Interview #195114

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Jan 24, 2001
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.

(Colorado Springs, Colorado: Mike von Fremd) The surrender in Colorado of Patrick Murphy and Donald Newbury, the last two members of the seven Texas fugitives, featured; scenes shown from the motel. [KKTV anchor Eric SINGER, voice of NEWBURY - talk about the Texas prison system and the promise to give up.] [In Irving, Texas, police spokesman David TULL - says the true victim is slain police officer Aubrey Hawkins.]

(Studio: Peter Jennings) The two escapees' statements to Singer about the prison escape presented. [Voice of NEWBURY - describe what happened in the prison break and driving out of Texas to Colorado in a snowstorm.] [Trailer park owner Wade HOLDER - says these men were neighbors.] [Colorado Springs police Lieutenant Skip ARMS - comments on the fugitives.] [Wife Jacqueline NEWBURY - asks her husband to come home.]

Jennings, Peter;
von Fremd, Mike

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