Now that both men are caught and behind bars again, we got a chance to speak with one of the escapees exclusively. Larry Miller claims the only reason he escaped was to protect his family. And after listening to his account, it sounds like the escape from jail wasnt as tough as youd imagine. Larry Miller says he didnt want to escape from Warrick County Jail in the first place. "I was convinced that to assure my familys safety, I would have to get out" According to miller, Josh Ridings, the other escapee, threatened to hurt Millers family if he didnt attempt to break out with him. "At that point I had one of two options, I was either having him find my family and hurting them, or going with him." And thats exactly what he did. Prior to the escape, hed discussed plans with his wife, Angela by telephone, in letters, and even in person, during jail visits. Angelas been charged with assisting a criminal, but she and Larry say that Angela decided to take no part in the event. "I put clothes back and told him i wasnt going to help him" With all this supervised communication, why didnt jailers see it coming? Well, Miller thinks they did... "I knew before I escaped, they knew." Sheriff Heilman disagrees. "Its an odd circumstance. Do we get a little lax with our day to day? Probably." Shortly after, the two took separate paths. Thats when Miller ran to a vacant home across the street from his house, to keep an eye on his family. Hours later, he was found. And although he regrets getting his wife involved and listening to Ridings, he says it was what he had to do. Sheriff Heilman says theyll be adding an extra layer of razor wire around the jail, as well as securing existing wire.