Colton Harris-Moore

'Barefoot Bandit' Documentary Showing At Toronto Film FestivalThe story of the 'Barefoot Bandit', Colton Harris-Moore is playing in theaters in Canada after premiering at a Toronto film festival earlier this month.
Colton Harris-Moore Sees 'Beautiful Life' AheadThe young man known as the "Barefoot Bandit" says he's looking forward to leaving prison and having a "beautiful life."
'Barefoot Bandit' Pleads Guilty To Burglary Charge "Barefoot Bandit" Colton Harris-Moore has pleaded guilty in Mount Vernon to a burglary charge for breaking into the Anacortes Airport where he stole a plane and flew it to Orcas Island.
Attorney: 'Barefoot Bandit' Resolving Old Charge
Boeing Project Manager Mentoring 'Barefoot Bandit' At Washington PrisonJonathan Standridge and Colton Harris-Moore made an odd couple as they sat together in the visiting room of a Washington state prison one day last spring.
Problem Arises Over New 'Barefoot Bandit' ChargeThere's a problem with one of the two new charges filed against the 'Barefoot Bandit' in Washington state: He already pleaded guilty to it.
Colton Harris-Moore Faces New ChargesDefense attorney John Henry Browne was shocked to learn his client Colton Harris-Moore, known as "The Barefoot Bandit" to many, was struck with second-degree burglary and first-degree theft charges earlier this month.
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'Barefoot Bandit' in Solitary at WA Prison The lawyer for Colton Harris-Moore, the youthful thief known as the "Barefoot Bandit," is expressing concern about the conditions of his confinement at a Washington state prison.
Barefoot Bandit Sentenced to 6 1/2 years A federal judge on Friday sentenced Colton Harris-Moore, aka "The Barefoot Bandit", to 6 1/2 years in prison for his infamous two-year, international crime spree of break-ins, and boat and plane thefts that ended in 2010.
Barefoot Bandit's Lawyers Say He's Truly sorry Headed to federal court for sentencing on Friday, lawyers for Colton Harris-Moore are fighting back against the notion that he's not sorry for his infamous two-year crime spree.
'Barefoot Bandit' Ridicules Law Enforcement In Emails From PrisonNew federal court documents say the "Barefoot Bandit" ridiculed police and prosecutors in emails he sent from prison, undercutting his claims that he's sorry for his two-year crime spree.
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