Stacy Wilson, one of three inmates to escape the Faulkner County jail in August, is set to appear for multiple hearings in Faulkner County Circuit Court on Monday.

Wilson, 41, Joel Vermillion, 27, and Jonathan Jackson, 24, escaped the jail Aug. 17 by pulling back a fence in the recreation yard of the detention facility at 500 S. German Lane.

Wilson and Vermillion were caught two days later at an outdoors store on Dave Ward Drive, while Jackson was captured three days after the escape in Oklahoma City by U.S. Marshals.

Wilson pleaded not guilty to a a new theft of property charge Nov. 20, stemming from a vehicle the trio is said to have stolen from a nearby business after escaping the jail.

Police say Wilson was the individual who first entered the vehicle, according to an affidavit, which resulted in the theft of property charge, a class C felony.

In all, Wilson, represented by Frank Shaw, faces six felony charges in five different cases. Wilson is currently being held in lieu of a $1 million bond.

Vermillion, who faces four felony charges in two cases and a probation revocation, is next in court Dec. 20. Vermillion is currently being held on no bond.

Jackson, who faces six felony charges and two misdemeanors in four cases, is also scheduled to appear in court Dec. 20.