Barefoot Bandit's final court appearance

The young man known as the 'Barefoot Bandit' pleaded guilty to burglary Wednesday in a Washington county court, perhaps closing the lengthy saga involving a run from the law in stolen cars, boats and airplanes.

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Judge Rickert acknowledge Harris-Moore's difficult childhood and lack of parental support that led him to start breaking into cabins and stores as a teenager and that ended with dozens of felony convictions "This is the high cost of low living," the judge said.
Photo by Ted S. Warren
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