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Andre Davis, 18, was found Friday at Burning Tree Apartments in Hermitage, according to a statement from police. / Submitted

NASHVILLE -- Police have arrested another teenager who escaped from Woodland Hills Youth Development Center on Monday night. Five teens are still at large.

Andre Davis, 18, was found this morning in the Hermitage area, according to a statement from police.

Davis was one of 32 teens who broke out of the juvenile detention center Monday night by crawling under a weak spot in a perimeter fence. Officials said "rumblings of trouble" began around 11 p.m., but police weren't notified until 12:39 a.m.

The escape marked the beginning of a week of violence at the center. Rioting erupted there late Tuesday night and Wednesday morning.

Tennessee's Department of Children's Services called in extra guards Thursday night and authorized them to use nonlethal force to maintain order.

Most of the teens at Woodland Hills have three felonies on their records, according to DCS.

Metro police have teamed with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation to find the remaining teens.



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