'Barefoot Bandit' Gets Seven Years

The “Barefoot Bandit” was sentenced Friday in Washington state court to more than seven years in prison after pleading guilty to more than 30 felonies involving a one-man crime spree in which he stole boats, planes and cars.

Colton Harris-Moore, 20, escaped a juvenile home in 2008 and avoided capture for more than two years before his arrest last year in the Bahamas.

Barefoot Bandit Expected to Plead Guilty to More Charges

Colton Harris-Moore, the “Barefoot Bandit” whose two-year crime spree included stealing airplanes and committing a number of thefts in several states, is expected to plead guilty to state charges Friday, including burglary, the Associated Press reports.

Barefoot Bandit Pleads Guilty

After his alleged two-year crime spree, the Barefoot Bandit finally had his day in court.

Colton Harris-Moore, 20, pleaded guilty to seven federal charges, including burglarizing a bank, possessing a firearm as a fugitive, stealing an airplane and piloting an airplane without a license, in U.S. District Court on Friday.

Report Sheds Light on Barefoot Bandit's Sad, Troubled Youth

On the Internet, Colton Harris-Moore cut a romantic figure as a daring and mysterious fugitive. In reality, throughout a turbulent and troubled youth, he appears to have lived a much less glamorous life.

Barefoot Bandit Pleads Guilty in Bahamas

The Barefoot Bandit is on his way back to the United States.

Colton Harris-Moore pleaded guilty Tuesday in the Bahamas to illegally entering the country and will soon be deported to face prosecution for his alleged two-year crime spree, the Associated Press reports.

The teenager, who was arrested Sunday after a high-speed boat chase on the island, has been on the run since 2008. Authorities allege he was involved in about 70 property crimes, stealing cars, boats and planes – and often without shoes.

Barefoot Bandit's Mother Relieved Her Son Is Safe

Authorities are certainly pleased to have finally nabbed fugitive Colton Harris-Moore – a.k.a, the Barefoot Bandit – following his alleged two-year, continent-wide crime spree. But no one is more relieved that his mother, Pamela Kohler.

“I am very relieved that Colt is now safe and that no one was hurt during his capture,” Kohler, who lives in Camano Island, Wash., said in a statement issued through her lawyer.

Barefoot Bandit Caught in Bahamas

The Barefoot Bandit’s alleged two-year crime spree has come to an end.

Colton Harris-Moore, who is said to have stolen cars, boats, planes – often without shoes – was arrested early Sunday morning on northern Eleuthera island in the Bahamas, the Associated Press reports.

Island police have been searching for the 19-year-old fugitive since last week, when he allegedly crashed a plane onto Great Abaco Island.