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But after the company fails to pay them, they return to Lexington. The other inmate, while complaining about his lack of pay, is identified as a fugitive and captured. Brown and Donna discover this on the news, and realize it is time to flee again. They are left without a car, since the captured fugitive had their pickup truck, but they buy a used car with the small amount of cash they have and move to Dayton, Ohio. There, they work low wage jobs until they have enough money to open a video rental store.
The store is a success, allows them to live middle class, and they are viewed as upstanding members of their community. The store remains in business for 8 years. But the Oklahoma authorities have not forgotten about Brown. One day, Brown is featured on the national crime show Unsolved Mysteries. The husband of one of the video store's employees recognizes him and calls FBI. When Brown realizes the FBI are hot on their trail, they abandon the video shop and flee.
They make the decision that Brown will voluntarily return to prison, and Donna will reunite with her family with whom she has been out of touch with for many years. Once in prison, he is initially planning to appeal his way out rather than escape.Day/Night Rallycross Adrian Michigan
But when three other inmates approach him about the possibility of escaping, he goes along. After successfully scaling all the prison fences, the escapees get into a getaway car the mother of one of the escapees has left outside, and drive to Denver.
Once in Denver, the group change into civilian clothes and part ways. Martinez flees to Mexicowhere he assumes a new identity and first attempts honest employment.
But when he finds a low quality of life, he turns to drug dealing, working his way up in the field. Twice, he runs into trouble attempting to cross into the United States. On one occasion, he is about to be fingerprinted, when he asks to use the restroom and dashes back into Mexico.
On another, he is recognized as "the runner," and he s fingerprinted, but his records fail to show. Still, he is not allowed to enter. He is finally arrested in Mexico and sentenced to prison there, and he hopes to stay in prison and buy his way out.
But he is extradited back to the United States, where he is returned to prison, with 12 years tacked onto his sentence. Dorsey wishes to murder his mother Joanne to prevent her from receiving half of his father's money. His business partner, Scott Burnsidearranges for an employee of their used car dealership, John Barrettto be a hitman to kill Joanne. Barrett makes several visits to Joanne's house, and she becomes suspicious.
She writes down the tag number of a car parked in front of her house. One day, Barrett arrives with the intention of killing Joanne. Before he has a chance, Joanne receives a call that her mother has been taken to the hospital, and she rushes out. Meanwhile, Barrett kills Joanne's boyfriend.
He later kills three other men who are contractors working on her house for a total of four murders other than his intended target. After Joanne doesn't return, he flees the scene. Joanne later returns home to the horror scene and calls police. An investigation immediately begins. The suspicious car she had reported is traced to the dealership her son co-owns. Her son, Barrett, and Burnside all become suspects. Barrett is soon arrested and charged with the murders. He would later be sentenced to death.
Joanne's son turns himself in voluntarily. Burnside goes on the run. His mother Susan gets him a flight to Washington, DCwhere he attempts to start a new life. He misses his family and arranges contact with them at times. One evening, Burnside is arrested by DC police for public drunkenness, but he is released without being fingerprinted because of a backlog of arrests the police have that evening.
He later changes his appearance and gets a fake passport under his cousin's name. He uses it to flee to the South Pacific island of Rarotonga. Through his mother, he sends taunting tapes to police that throw off the investigation and make them believe he is still in Florida.
One day Burnside's parents decide to join him in Rarotonga. They come and stay there for a week. Then, his sister Cheryl decides to cooperate with police and allows them to search a safe deposit boxwhich yields clues he is in Rarotonga. The family is tipped off that police know they are there. They then proceed to flee to New Zealand. His parents are able to board the plane hassle free. When it comes Burnside's turn to show his passport, he is told he needs another stamp, but cannot get it that day because it is Good Friday.
He has to wait until the following Sunday before he can board the next available flight. But during that delay, authorities catch up to him and arrest him. He is returned to Florida and receives 4 life sentences without parole. A decade after the murders, Dorsey Sanders was acquitted of murder and got 4 murder charges reduced to 4 manslaughter charges and a conspiracy charge, and was sentenced to 15 years, but with 10 years spent in prison and 5 years of good time, he was released from prison the day he was acquitted.
Following the murder, Moraes's sister discovers his body and calls During the initial investigation, Garber is not named as a suspect. Garber is stopped by an officer for a faulty tail light during that time, but is set free because the police are unaware of his warrant. Garber and his girlfriend Anna then head to Las Vegas.
Before leaving, Garber, who had been questioned as a witness, tells police he is moving to Vegas and gives them his number there. Once in Vegas, Anna reports to police there that he is a murderer and provides details surrounding the murder. Police move in to arrest him, but before they have a chance, Anna has a change of heart and tips him off. Garber heads west to California. His car breaks down in the Mojave Desert.
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He quickly catches a ride with a stranger into the nearest town and buys a new car, which he drives first to Modesto, then to San Jose. He leaves a map behind tracing a highlighted route to San Diego in an attempt to throw off police.
In San Jose, he rents an apartment and lays low. Rather than finding work, he frequently travels back to Vegas where Anna gives him more cash.
On one of his trips back, he asks to stay at his cousin's house for a few hours. During this time, his cousin calls police, who go there to capture him. Garber died in prison on September 23, One day, he receives news that he is facing criminal charges for this embezzlement. He opens up to his wife one evening about the truth.
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Later that night, while his wife is sleeping, he shoots her to death. He then calls his son-in-law the next morning to confess over the phone, and later mails him a typed letter. He drives over the next few days to Jacksonvillewhere he runs out of money. With that money, he heads to Daytona Beachwhere he stays. He finds that he can easily blend into the population of Florida, which includes numerous white men, and where he can enjoy playing golf and singing karaoke.
Meanwhile, the FBI is still pursuing him for the murder in Memphis. One day, a friend of his from a Karaoke bar recognizes him on a wanted poster and calls FBI. He is arrested in his Daytona Beach condo for the murder. Only then do they tie him to 40 robberies, which he had documented on a piece of paper. Crouch pleads guilty to the murder and robberies and gets life in prison, and will be eligible for parole at agein He murders Horace Morrison, a witness scheduled to testify against him.
He then flees to Washington, DC, planning to lay low. But his location is betrayed, and he is captured there and subsequently convicted of second-degree murder and sentenced to life in prison. He spends 16 years in prison as a model prisoner, earning him a transfer to a low security prison.
He is allowed to work outside of prison walls. One day, he walks off the job site. He obtains a tent, police scannerand other survival supplies and spends several days camping out in the woods while traveling at night on foot toward Statesville, North Carolina. Once he arrives, he hooks up with drug dealers and resumes his old work as enforcer.
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One day, he is in a van parked next to a railroad with several other people, one of who happens to be Steve Calhoun, the man who originally betrayed him. He then shoots Calhoun to death at point-blank range. He tries to kill another man named David Brown, but his gun jams, and he instead beats Brown to injury and leaves him for dead. The others in the van flee. Marshall Brown is the prime suspect in the murder and is now a top priority for police.
But he always stays a step ahead of the law. Police use a cloned pager to try to catch him, but several months of this operation are unsuccessful. Police conduct raids where he is believed to be located, but he is never there, and others are afraid at the threat of death to give up his location. Brown uses disguises to throw off police, including a wig with dreadlocks. One day, police see an argument and first question the woman involved.
The woman says his name is Robert Jackson. Marshall disappears as police question her. She is released, and they don't realize he is Marshall. Several months later after the connection is made, the woman is questioned again, and she denies she knows his whereabouts, but after that, she tips him off and helps him flee to DC.
There, he initially gets into the drug trade, but one day, he is stopped by police. He gives a fake ID, which comes back clean, but decides it is a good idea to perform honest employment. He gets a job in construction, initially keeping him off the radar. But police eventually receive a tip to his location. He is arrested by surprise one morning as he is about to head to work. He then puts up a fight with police, hoping they will kill him.
But they hold their fire. Brown pleads no contest to the murder of Calhoun and is sentenced to 20 years. He will be eligible for parole at age He is not identified as the robber, but he tries to flee to Mexico in a stolen car, and is charged with that and sentenced to two years in prison.
He decides he likes bank robberies so much that when he gets out, he will make a career out of it. Once out, he robs many more banks. His first robberies involve an interaction with a single teller, but to get more money, he later robs the vaults.
For the second UMP Sportsman feature, Stuart drew an eight out of a possible six, eight or ten inversion.
With the eight car inversion, Matt Lindsey took the early lead after starting on the outside of the front row. Tim Line quickly closed in and began to pressure Lindsey for the lead. After a caution on lap six, Line was able to get by Lindsey for the top spot. Stuart climbed back up to second by lap seven but could not mount a serious challenge for the lead.
Stuart began to fade near the end of the race after slipping back to third by lap 20 after Jessen made the pass. Jessen, however, was unable to get by Line who earned his third feature win of the year. Jessen had to settle for second again with Matt Lindsey ending up third. Ruhlman opened up a big lead once he got by Deisenroth, but Casey Noonan would begin to reel him in late in the caution-free race. Noonan, Deisenroth, Dona Marcoullier and Ryan Missler had a heated battle for second through fourth early in the race.
Once Noonan disposed of that competition, he began to work through lapped traffic to make up ground on Ruhlman.
Noonan finished a close second followed by Missler, Marcoullier, and Deisenroth. UMP Bomber action produced the most exciting finish of the night and new leader in the point standings. Jeff Foks had a slight point advantage over Terry Rushlow at the beginning of the night. Foks was involved in a hard crash during his heat event which forced him into a borrowed car to start at the tail of the UMP Bomber B Main.
This produced a great opportunity for Rushlow to gain the point lead. Jeff Geis took command after a restart on lap four with Rushlow following him into second.
Geis and Rushlow had a good battle for the lead most of the race, but things got ugly on the last lap. Rushlow got to the inside of Geis in the final set of corners and the two drivers got together in turn four. Both drivers crashed down to the inside of turn four as the rest of the field raced back to the checkered flag.
The beneficiary of that incident was Amy Bernard who started 13th.