An escaped Georgia inmate who claimed to be his twin brother when he was arrested in Florida is heading back to prison.
The Miami Herald reports that a Miami-Dade circuit judge ordered 63-year-old Raul Prado be returned to Georgia.
Prado was arrested in Miami in May, a day after authorities say he fled from a work detail at an Augusta, Georgia, water treatment plant. He was serving 25 years for drug trafficking.
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Since his capture, Prado has claimed to be his twin brother, Jean Vernet Prado. He told authorities he was only using a copy of his imprisoned brother's ID and that he was a former Cuban military pilot.
Investigators say the fingerprints of the man they have in custody match the fugitive sought in Georgia, and there's no evidence the twin actually exists.