NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) — Law enforcement agencies have located three juveniles who escaped from the downtown detention center over the weekend.

Ervyon Moore, one of the three teens who escaped from the Youth Opportunity Juvenile Detention Center Saturday night, was located on Tuesday at a relative’s home in North Georgia near the Tennessee border. The 16-year-old was taken into custody without incident, according to a release issued by the Metro Nashville Police Department.

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A few hours later, the other two escapees, 15-year-old Bruce Johnson Jr. and 17-year-old Bryan Reid, were also taken into custody.

Johnson Jr. and Reid were captured in Cheatham County Tuesday evening. According to police, the two are facing serious charges in Pleasant View after an alleged carjacking. The two reportedly rammed into a Pleasant View Police vehicle while trying to avoid arrest.

Metro police said the teens overpowered a guard and escaped the detention center around 11:30 Saturday night. A fourth escapee was found several hours later at a nearby convenience store.

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