The criminal got his name from the big chalk outline of footprints he'd leave behind at places where he committed crimes.
Homeowners would come to
Perhaps the most notorious thing about the Barefoot Bandit was that he was able to fly a plane. The story goes that he learned how to fly using a DVD titled "How to fly a small aircraft."
The international crime spree abruptly ended in the Caribbean, where he was arrested this summer. Back in the US, the Barefoot Bandit has been indicted by a federal grand jury for his two year crime spree.
He's being pitched TV and movie deals - so perhaps in the end he will come out ahead? Who knows. What is known is that he committed 80 crimes across nine states, the Bahamas, and British Colombia
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