The last of the six convicts who escaped from an Alabama prison was found Thursday crouched under a bridge near Bucksnort, Tenn.
Gary Scott was arrested 6 1/2 hours after his five accomplices were captured by two deputies looking for a stolen street sign who stumbled on their stolen car.
The capture came two days after they escaped a maximum-security prison by using a broom handle to lift an electric fence.
Authorities stumbled onto the group, which included three murderers, along a country road.
"We just partied, drank and got high -- just had a good time," convicted burglar James McClain said after his arrest.
McClain said the group planned to go to Memphis before driving to Canada. They stopped in Bucksnort to eat, wash and rest.
After the deputies discovered them, the convicts fled into the woods. The deputies called for help and caught the first three at about 6 a.m. Two more were found within an hour.
Scott eluded authorities for 6 1/2 hours before two residents spotted him crouching under a bridge.
The captured inmates were arraigned in federal court in Nashville Thursday afternoon. They were charged with unlawful flight to avoid confinement. Their next hearing was set for Tuesday, and they will be held in Nashville at least until then.