An East Texas prisoner is back in custody following a search Tuesday afternoon.
And his mother also is in custody.
Gary Gorman was apprehended near the Woodlawn area of Harrison County.
He now also is charged with first-degree felony escape for fleeing the Harrison County Jail on June 3.
And his mother 58-year-old Donna Sinkard, is charged with hindering apprehension, a felony.
Deputies allege that helped her son escape then harbored him during some of the time while he was on the run.
According to the sheriff's office, he was spotted near a home around 7 a.m. off of Lee Island Road and FM 1997.
Deputies found the reported vehicle used in his escape at the end of Old FM 1997 at 8 a.m.
Authorities established a three-mile perimeter to find Gorman.
A helicopter using infrared radar eventually found him in the brush.
Gorman tried to flee, but the helicopter crew directed ground operators to his location.
Eventually, he was found after a chase.
Harrison County deputies were assisted by Marion County Sheriff David McKnight and several of his deputies, Shreveport Fire and Rescue K-9 teams, Marshall DPS Troopers and the Texas Department of Safety Helicopter Operations.