By Daniel Arkin, Mark Stevenson and John Newland, NBC News
A Denver sheriff?s deputy has been arrested in connection with the escape of a prisoner who walked out of the county jail Sunday night wearing a deputy?s uniform and possibly carrying a gun, according to local reports.
Police have identified the deputy as Matthew Andrews, a two-year veteran of the sheriff?s department, NBC affiliate 9News reported. Andrews, who was arrested late Sunday, stands accused of helping Felix Dino Trujillo, 24, escape Denver County Jail at about 7 p.m. MT that evening, according to the station.
Trujillo remained at large Monday afternoon.
?Felix Trujillo may be armed and should be considered extremely dangerous,? the sheriff?s office said in a statement.
Trujillo had been jailed on charges of aggravated robbery and a parole violation, according to information obtained from the jail?s inmate database.
He was being held on $75,000 bond and was slated to appear in Denver District Court on May 13, according to court records.
This story was originally published on Mon Apr 8, 2013 1:50 AM EDT