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Monday News Update (3/13)

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Welcome to your news update.

Inmate back in custody

The man accused of robbing a St. John Bank at gunpoint escaped from jail--and was then caught after hours on the run.

The Rolla Police department says 58-year-old Jay Barker broke out last night.

He was seen heading toward the west side of the city of Rolla.

He's accused of showing a gun at Citizens Community Credit Union last Wednesday--and was later arrested in a nearby casino.

This is a picture a viewer sent us from the scene.

The Rolla police department's Facebook page says he was caught around five this morning.

It didn't say where--but we're working on getting the details.

Man arrested for terrorizing

People were forced out of their apartments early this morning in the 1100 block of 42nd Street South in Fargo.

Officers responded to reports of a man damaging vehicles at about 1:45 this morning.

The suspect went into several apartment buildings and started pulling fire alarms.

Police arrested the suspect before 3 for terrorizing.

About 50 people and their pets evacuated to the Hornbachers on 13th Avenue South.

The Bomb squad is looking into a package they discovered on the suspect.

No word on the contents inside of it.

42nd Street South remains blocked off.

Officers are asking people to stay away from the area.

Perham girl found

A little Perham Girl who had been missing for almost a month has now been found.

A private investigator has confirmed 6-year-old Claire Cooney has been found in Tellico Plains, Tennessee.

Her father, Brian Cooney hadn't seen his daughter in weeks.

Claire was allegedly taken by Cooney's estranged wife, Miranda Cooney and her partner Jonathan Bromen.

Claire was found around 4:30 Sunday afternoon after a store owner spotted the couple from a flyer.

Renee Brewer, who led the investigation - put flyers throughout towns she believed Claire may be sighted in.

She's expected to be re-united today.

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Have a great day.