Tennessee Man Gets Georgia Fugitives To Surrender In His Driveway

Patrick Hale Branded Hero By Cops After Capturing Tennessee Fugitives
Source: MEGA/ABC

Jun. 18 2017, Updated 10:38 p.m. ET

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Patrick Hale Branded Hero By Cops After Capturing Tennessee Fugitives
Source: MEGA/ABC

Brave Patrick Hale is being branded a "hero" by cops after he captured killer fugitives Donnie Rowe and Ricky Dubois in his Tennessee driveway. And RadarOnline.com has all the details of how the drama unfolded. Hale, 35, saw the escaped inmates close to his home after a friend warned them they were in the area before getting them to surrender lying face down in his driveway.

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Patrick Hale Branded Hero By Cops After Capturing Tennessee Fugitives
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Dangerous fugitive Donnie Rowe, 43, approached Mr. Hale's house while on the run from police after he and his partner killed two prison guards during their dramatic escape.

Patrick Hale Branded Hero By Cops After Capturing Tennessee Fugitives
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With his face covered in tattoos accomplice Ricky Dubois, 24, is a scary looking criminal.

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Patrick Hale Branded Hero By Cops After Capturing Tennessee Fugitives
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The brave father loaded up the weapons in his home and grabbed his daughter, Taylor, fearing a fatal confrontation with the two dangerous fugitives.

Patrick Hale Branded Hero By Cops After Capturing Tennessee Fugitives
Source: ABC

As he approached his home in his car both Rowe and Dubois both took off their shirts and started waving them at him possibly in the belief that he was driving a police cruiser.

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Patrick Hale Branded Hero By Cops After Capturing Tennessee Fugitives
Source: ABC

Mr Hale explained: "I realized I had two ex-cons wanted for murder who had just shot at law enforcement who had nothing to lose and for some reason they surrendered and laid down on the concrete in my driveway."

Patrick Hale Branded Hero By Cops After Capturing Tennessee Fugitives
Source: ABC

The brave hero then had to wait an agonizing three minutes until 45 armed police officers swarmed the scene before he needed to use his own weapon on the fugitives.

Patrick Hale Branded Hero By Cops After Capturing Tennessee Fugitives
Source: ABC

Recounting the incident with his wife Danielle Taylor, 37, and daughter Taylor by their side, he revealed, "If that doesn't make you believe in Jesus Christ, I don't know what does."

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