- Associated Press - Thursday, April 5, 2018

PITTSBURGH (AP) - The last of three 17-year-old boys who escaped from a juvenile detention center in Pittsburgh last week has been captured after authorities used a stun gun to subdue him.

Allegheny County Sheriff’s deputies responded to a Pittsburgh home around 8:30 a.m. Thursday after receiving a tip the teen was there. The saw him climbing out of a second-story window, but he went back inside when he saw the deputies.

The boy was found hiding under a bed. Deputies eventually used the stun gun after he refused to come out, and he was then taken into custody without incident.

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Authorities say the teens fled the Shuman Juvenile Detention Center on March 29 after breaking a window.

One boy was caught the next day, while the other was apprehended two days later.

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