Woman arrested for allegedly helping fugitives

By: KKCO - Email
By: KKCO - Email

GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (KKCO) - A woman is facing felony charges for aiding two men who escaped from Community Corrections last Sunday.

A Mesa County Sheriff’s Deputy arrested Amanda Eddy on Tuesday after officials spotted her driving the car allegedly used to help Matthew Hubbard and Clinton Jensen escape.

Eddy told a deputy she’d been in contact with the two escapees and in her car they found Jensen’s wallet and a letter from Hubbard telling Eddy that he loved her.

Eddy says Jensen and Hubbard left Community Corrections because they were caught with tobacco and didn’t want to go to prison.

Eddy is out on bond, both Hubbard and Jensen are still at large.

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