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Two convicted killers were held without bond during a court appearance Sunday morning. They were freed from a Florida prison ...
by phony documents but were taken into custody again Saturday night in a Panama City motel. (Oct. 20)
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DURATION: 1:36POOL - AP CLIENTS ONLYPanama City, Florida - October 20, 20131. Joseph Jenkins walks into room for a court appearance via videoconference with a judge UPSOUND (off camera):Judge - "Mr. Joseph Jenkins, this is your first appearance. You've been arrested for, on an in-state warrant that was issued by the Department of Corrections Secretary Michael Crews for one count of escape. There is probable cause to detain you based on the warrant that I read. There has been a request that you be held without bond. I've appointed a public defender to represent you. He's there in the office if you have any immediate questions. I'm going to schedule you for a return first appearance on the 25th of October, just to verify that you've been retrieved by the Department of Corrections. Have a good day."2. White flash3. Charles Walker walks into room for a court appearance via videoconference with a judgeUPSOUND (off camera):Judge - "Mr. Walker, this is your first appearance. You've been arrested on an in-state warrant that was issued by the Secretary of the Department of Corrections Michael Crews for one count of escape. There is probable cause to detain you for the charge. There has been a request that you be held without bond. I'm going to honor that. I'm going to schedule you for a return first appearance on the 25th of October just to verify that you've been retrieved by the Department of Corrections. You did not complete an application for the appointment of a public defender, so I can't appoint one for you. However, there is one in the office if you have questions. Have a good day."STORYLINE:Two convicted killers were held without bond during a court appearance Sunday morning. They were freed from a Florida prison by phony documents that led to the mistaken inmate release, but the pair was taken into custody again Saturday night in a Panama City motel.Joseph Jenkins and Charles Walker, both 34, were captured without incident at the Coconut Grove Motor Inn in Panama City Beach, a touristy area of putt-putt courses and go-kart tracks. Hours earlier, their families had held a news conference in Orlando _ 300 miles away _ urging them to surrender. The two prisoners had not been traveling together, but hooked up once word of the forgeries became public and traveled from Orlando to Panama City, said Frank Chiumento (Sha MENTO), chief of the U.S. Marshals Service for Florida and the Caribbean. Chiumento told The Associated Press on Sunday that Joseph Jenkins and Charles Walker knew their time on the run was limited once their ruse had been uncovered. They were under surveillance for about two and a half days, and the men were surprised when authorities finally knocked on their motel door. Both appeared briefly in court Sunday on the escape charges. They were both being held without bond, and were scheduled to make another appearance Friday.