A Jefferson County man who evaded law enforcement officers and tracking dogs earlier this month was taken into custody Tuesday afternoon after he was found hiding in a house in White Hall.

A Jefferson County man who evaded law enforcement officers and tracking dogs earlier this month was taken into custody Tuesday afternoon after he was found hiding in a house in White Hall.

Sean O誰eal, 30, was arrested by Jefferson County deputies and officers from the White Hall Police Department at 10125 Dollarway Road, Sheriff痴 Department Major Lafayette Woods Jr. said.

Woods said the house belonged to acquaintances of O誰eal, and had a hidden compartment in the floor where O誰eal was hiding.

On June 13, O誰eal ran into a cornfield after sheriff痴 deputy David Cockrell saw him picking up cans on U.S. 425 and tried to arrest him on outstanding warrants.

O誰eal was wanted on two alias bench warrants charging him with failure to appear in court and with two body attachments alleging he was delinquent in paying child support.

After O誰eal ran into the cornfield, deputies asked for help from the Arkansas Department of Correction and tracking dogs were brought in but they were unable to find O誰eal.

Appearing in district court Wednesday morning, O誰eal was told he would be held without bond on the alias warrants, pending an appearance before Circuit Judge Berlin C. Jones, who authorized the warrants.

The residents of the house where O誰eal was located were not arrested, Woods said.