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One missing inmate arrested in southeast Portland

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Tyray Munter (Left) and Maksim Petrovskiy (Right) Tyray Munter (Left) and Maksim Petrovskiy (Right)

UPDATE 8/16:

PORTLAND, OR - One of two inmates who escaped while assigned to a firefighting crew in south-central Washington state was arrested in Portland on Wednesday morning.

A citizen saw Tyray Munter at a 7-Eleven on Southeast 82nd ave. And Powell Blvd. In Portland. 

Police arrested him, but say Maksim Petrovskiy is still missing. 

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8/15

GOLDENDALE, WA - Two inmates escaped while working on a fire crew in south central Washington state.
 
Tyray Munter and Maksim Petrovskiy were part of a Department of Natural Resources fire crew battling a blaze in Goldendale that broke out Saturday. The Department of Corrections says overnight inmate checks found them in their bunks, but by 2:50 a.m., they were gone.
 
The department launched a search and notified law enforcement, including the Oregon State Police.
 
Munter is serving a six-year sentence on assault and theft charges out of Snohomish County. Petrovskiy was convicted of stealing a vehicle in Snohomish County. He was due to be released next year.
 
Both inmates were held at the Olympic Corrections Center near Forks, Washington.

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