U.S. fugitive caught in Belize

U.S. fugitive caught in Belize

Friday, June 15, 2012, 13:46

Belize City, June 12, 2012

23 year old Cameron Paul Crockett was convicted of involuntary manslaughter in the December 2008. Crockett was the reported driver in an accident which killed 20-year-old John “Jack” Korte Jr. in a late-night crash.

Crockett remained free on bail and was supposed to return to court for sentencing four days later, but he never showed up.

The search for Crockett led U.S. officials to Belize. Crockett now faces up to 15 ½ years behind bars. In addition to a five-year sentence for manslaughter the jury recommended for Crockett in his absence March 5, he faces new felony and misdemeanor charges of failure to appear in Court which carries up to six years’ imprisonment. Crockett also awaits trial on misdemeanor charges related to the fatal crash and a subsequent accusation that he threatened a witness.


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