Dennis Quaid Opens Up About Troubled Brother Randy

While Dennis Quaid has been shedding light on his latest flick, Soul Surfer, his brother Randy Quaid has been in the news with wife Evi – under a dark cloud.

The troubled couple has been on the run from police since failing to appear in court several times for a felony vandalism arraignment stemming from an October 2010 incident.

Dennis, 56, who has remained relatively quiet on his brother’s disappearance and criminal record, finally acknowledges that Randy, 60, is in his thoughts.

Randy and Evi Quaid Skip Court, May Lose $500,000 Bail

Randy and Evi Quaid’s long, strange trip keeps getting stranger – and maybe very expensive.

The fugitive couple once again didn’t appear at court, this time for their felony vandalism arraignment Tuesday in Santa Barbara, Calif.

Because of this, Evi’s bail amount of $500,000 was forfeited, court spokeswoman Liz Jahadhmy confirms to PEOPLE. A new bench warrant in the same amount was issued against Evi.

Randy and Evi Quaid Must Appear in U.S. Court – or Else

Randy and Evi Quaid’s Excellent Canadian Adventure may soon come to a close.

The quirky fugitive couple, who sought refugee status in Canada following their arrest in Vancouver, face a felony hearing Tuesday in a Santa Barbara, Calif., courtroom.

They remain free in Vancouver after it was discovered that Evi is actually a Canadian citizen, although immigration authorities there declined to explain why Randy was released.

Randy and Evi Quaid Arrested in Canada

Randy and Evi Quaid, on the run after skipping another court date in California, have been arrested in Canada.

Canadian police nabbed the couple Wednesday in an affluent neighborhood in Vancouver, according to The Canadian Press. The Quaids face an immigration hearing.

Randy and Evi Quaid Face Arrest Warrants – Again

Another case, another missed court date.

Randy Quaid and his wife Evi once again face arrest warrants after failing to show up for a Santa Barbara, Calif., hearing on allegations they were squatting in the guest house of a Montecito home they once owned.

Santa Barbara Senior Deputy District Attorney Lee Carter tells the Associated Press that $50,000 warrants were issued after the couple failed to appear for the arraignment Monday on residential burglary charges.

Randy and Evi Quaid Facing Burglary Charges

Randy Quaid and his wife Evi were arrested Saturday and charged with felony residential burglary after the new owner of a home in Montecito that the Quaids once owned discovered the couple squatting in a guest house on the property.

Santa Barbara Sheriff’s deputies were called to the scene Saturday afternoon after being alerted by a representative of the property’s owner that someone was living there without permission.

Randy Quaid & Wife's Criminal Case Ends in Plea Deal

The strange legal odyssey of Randy and Evi Quaid came to conclusion Wednesday when a judge dismissed charges against the actor while his wife pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor in their hotel bill-skipping case.

Under terms of the plea deal, hashed out behind closed doors in Santa Barbara Superior Court, both escaped additional jail time – they already served several hours for missing court dates – but Evi must perform 240 hours of community service within a year.

Randy and Evi Quaid Appear in Court – on Time!

After being jailed for several hours this week for missing multiple hearings, Randy and Evi Quaid showed up punctually to court Wednesday for their felony case and met privately with the judge and lawyers in chambers.

Randy, 59, and Evi, 46, who are free on $100,000 bail each, are accused of skipping out on a more than $10,000 hotel bill at an exclusive Santa Barbara resort. They are facing three felonies: defrauding an innkeeper, burglary and conspiracy.

Randy Quaid and Wife Sent to Jail

Randy and Evi Quaid pressed their luck with a Santa Barbara, Calif., court – and lost.

The eccentric couple were sent to jail Monday by Superior Court Judge Frank Ochoa for missing multiple hearings in their felony case. They had been wanted as fugitives.

Randy & Evi Quaid Are Fugitives Again

Randy and Evi Quaid have run out of chances.

After skipping two court dates this week for felony charges in Santa Barbara, Calif., they went on the lam again and are wanted by the state of California as fugitives.

“If they’re picked up in California, they will be put in jail,” Santa Barbara Senior Deputy District Attorney Lee Carter tells PEOPLE. “They cannot be released on bail until they come back here and a judge [agrees to] set bail for them.”

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