A martial arts veteran suspected of murder, cedric Marks, escaped a private prison transfer van on Sunday morning, but was recaptured later in the day. The episode took place.

The 44-year-old fighter has been detained by U.S. Marshalls in Grand Rapids, Mich., on a complaint of burglary with the intent to commit another offense, in accordance with ABC News. He was being extradited into Bell County, , where he’s warrants for his arrest for the deaths of Jenna Scott and Michael Swearingin. Scott and Swearingin were reported missing on Jan. 9 and their bodies were available on Jan. 15 in Oklahoma. 

Scott was apparently Marks’ ex-girlfriend. She’d filed a protective order against him according to the ABC News report. 

The burglary charge that Marks was detained in Michigan was related to Scott.

Marks can be a suspect in the case of April Pease, that went missing in 2009 during a custody coict with Marks over their little one.

Marks escaped the prison transport van Sunday as it stopped at a McDonald’s to Bell County. He was found hiding in a trash can outside a house in the Conroe area.

He’s got an overall expert record of 31-27, 1NC.

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