The mother of one of the inmates who escaped from an Arizona prison last week has been arrested, a law enforcement official told CNN Saturday.
Claudia Washburn, 68, has been charged with conspiracy to facilitate escape and hindering prosecution, according to Deputy U.S. Marshal Thomas Henman.
Henman said Washburn is the mother of escapee John McCluskey.
McCluskey,Â Tracy Province and Daniel Renwick fled an Arizona prison July 30 after being aided in the escape by a female accomplice who threw cutting tools over the jail fence, authorities said.
Renwick was captured Sunday in Colorado after getting in a shootout with authorities.
Washburn allegedly provided "financial and other aid" to the two remaining escapees and the woman helping them. Washburn was arrested inÂ Jake's Corner, Arizona.
Henman said he believes the escapees are no longer in Arizona but are still somewhere in the United States.
A nationwide manhunt continued late Saturday.
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