Ethan Couch and his mother are both missing, and authorities think they may be on the lam.
Couch, who received 10 years of probation after killing four people in a drunk-driving incident when he was 16, was found to be in violation of his probation when a video was released of him playing beer pong, as well as missing a check in with his probation officer this month.
Tarrant County’s sheriff had a few words for Couch.
“You can run, but you’re always going to be looking over your shoulder,” Tarrant County Sheriff Dee Anderson said Thursday. “We’re not going to give up. We’re going to come after you. We’re going to find you, wherever you are.”
Anderson told CNN’s “AC360” he’s worried Couch and his mother could have fled the United States.
“They have the money. They have the ability to disappear, and I’m fearing that they have gone a long way and may even be out of the country,” he said.
When he’s apprehended Couch could face up to 10 years of incarceration for the probation violation.