After 2-year run, 'Barefoot Bandit' faces prison
SEATTLE (AP) -- Colton Harris-Moore gained authority-mocking, cult status as he ran from the law for two years in stolen boats, cars and planes. Now, he faces years in prison.
The young Washington state man dubbed the "Barefoot Bandit" for a cross-country his crime spree pleaded guilty Friday to seven felony charges, ranging from stealing an aircraft to possessing a firearm.
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