Daniel Renwick exchanged gunshots with an officer in the Western Slope town of Rifle before he was taken into custody over the weekend---one of three convicted killers who escaped from a privately operated prison in Arizona through a hole cut into a fence. Renwick, who was spotted in a brown Chevy Blazer by an officer who gave chase, is now being held in Colorado, where the U.S. Marshals Service is expected to question him, writes CNN . After escaping prison, Renwick, Tracy Province, and John McCluskey eluded a search that included dogs and a helicopter. The three then allegedly abducted two truck drivers on I-40 outside of Kingman, Arizona, and hijacked an 18-wheel truck. They released the drivers about 135 miles later. The search continues for Province and McCluskey, who are no longer believed to be traveling in a silver Volkswagen Jetta, according to a news release Monday morning from the Arizona Department of Corrections cited by The Associated Press . The men are still suspected to be in Arizona with a woman who may have aided in the escape, Casslyn Mae Welch.