Arnold Nash broke out of a facility in Charleston, Maine, where he was serving the final months of his 45-year sentence
A convicted murderer with a history of prison breaks was recaptured on Tuesday, ending a five-day manhunt. Arnold Nash escaped from Mountain View correctional facility in Charleston, Maine on Thursday evening, where he was serving out the final months of a 45-year sentence.
It was third time Nash has managed to successfully managed to break out of prison, and the third time he has been caught. In 1973, at age 19, he broke out of the Maine correctional center where he was serving time for larceny, although there is little public information about how Nash was found or how long he evaded authorities.