According to CNN, Ethan Couch and his mom have been located and are being incarcerated in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. On Dec. 28, 2015, a teen, who allegedly disregarded his probation, was reported to have been located after a U.S. Marshals have spent weeks acid for him.
Couch missed a assembly with his trial officer on Dec. 11, 2015. According to Los Angeles Times, a Tarrant County Sheriff, Dee Anderson stated, a teen has never shown any remorse, regret, or grief in murdering 4 people. It is a Anderson’s enterprise that a teen is punished for violating his probation, presumably in prison.
The policeman serve settled that she believed, Couch’s mother, Tonya, designed a disappearance “right after Couch’s final trial assembly so that they would have a seven-10 day conduct start.”
The U.S. Marshals bureau posted a $5,000 prerogative for information heading to a fugitive’s arrest. The F.B.I. was also concerned in a manhunt of a teen and his mother.
Couch was condemned to 10 years probation, in 2013, with no time inside a jail, for murdering 4 people while he was intoxicated. He was 16 during a time. His nickname, a affluenza teen, was coined due to a implications that a immature male was usually guilty due to his abundant upbringing.
There is no information during this time of a approaching lapse date of Couch and his mother. Also, it is different if a fugitives will be hold for prosecution.
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By Cathy Milne
CNN:‘Affluenza’ teen Ethan Couch incarcerated in Mexico
Los Angeles Times: Texas policeman vows to find ‘affluenza’ refugee Ethan Couch, who killed 4 while pushing drunk
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