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UPDATE: 'Barefoot Bandit' Prison Sentence

COUPEVILLE, Wash. (AP) _ Colton Harris-Moore, the "Barefoot Bandit," has been sentenced to more than seven years in prison after pleading guilty to dozens of state charges. The 20-year-old man gained international notoriety while evading police across the country in stolen planes, boats and cars during a two-year crime spree. Friday's proceedings consolidated cases against Harris-Moore in three Washington counties. He has already pleaded guilty to federal charges in Seattle and will be sentenced for those crimes early next year. He will serve his state and federal sentences at the same time.

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KIROTV.COM - Colton Harris-Moore, the so-called Barefoot Bandit who is accused of burglarizing homes, stealing planes and leading police on an international manhunt, has pleaded guilty to local charges of theft and burglary at a court hearing in Coupeville. Wearing handcuffs and an orange jail uniform in Coupeville, the 20-year-old softly answered affirmatively Friday when the judge asked if he understood his rights. He said guilty when the judge asked how he wanted to plead. Several victims and a few curious citizens watched in Island County Superior Court, along with Harris-Moore's aunt. The counts include identity theft, theft of firearm and residential burglary. The judge ruled he was guilty on those charges, and then called a 15-minute recess. Harris-Moore was brought to the courthouse in Coupeville Thursday night from the federal detention center in SeaTac where he's been locked up. click here to read more

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