Police have now captured three of the four state prisoners who they say escaped facilities in South and North Jersey within the span of one day.
The latest arrest happened May 25, according to police. Corey Agostarola, 21, was taken into custody in the unit block of Mt. Clement Avenue.
Police say Agostarola, of Pine Hill, and Michael Bentley, 23, of Lincoln Park escaped from the Mountainview Youth Correctional Facility in Annandale, Hunterdon County on May 21 sometime between 8 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. Agostarola was convicted of a June 2010 burglary and March 2010 weapons charge. He was sentenced to serve three years for each charge. He also had to serve a mandatory year before he could be considered for parole in December, according to corrections records. Mountainview is a facility for offenders who are between the ages of 18 and 30.
(L to R) Corey Agostarola, Michael Bentley
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Bentley was in custody on theft and burglary charges and was sentenced to serve five years on both charges last January.
Officials say both were housed in the full minimum unit where prisoners work on roads or prison grounds.
Bentley remains on the loose and is considered dangerous.
Terrence Feeney, 42, of Vineland was found and captured at the Black Beard Cave Amusement Park on Route 9 in Berkley Township on May 21 at 4:47 p.m.
(L to R) Terrence Feeney, Joseph Brandt
Police say Feeney along with Joseph Brandt, 27, of Browns Mills were working at the Brigadier General William C. Doyle Cemetery in Wrightstown, Burlington County on Monday at 1 p.m.
Both men were housed at the Mid-State Correctional Annex at Fort Dix where they were serving time for robbery and other offenses. Police say the two men escaped on a green Kawasaki motorcycle. Brandt was also found and captured in Manchester and is currently back in custody.
If you have any information on Bentley’s whereabouts, please call 911 or the Fugitive Unit at 1-800-523-3829.
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