Ethan Couch

Ethan Couch, the teenager who killed 4 people while drunk driving, was transferred from a juvenile detention center to an adult men's prison today.

Couch's eyes were red and puffy from crying while posing for his mugshot at the Lon Evans Corrections Center in downtown Fort Worth, Texas on Thursday.

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Ethan Couch

Ethan Couch, the "affluenza" teen who killed 4 people while driving drunk in 2013, is on his way back to the U.S. to face the music.

Couch, 18, dropped his extradition appeal on Monday, Mexican officials confirmed. Couch reportedly complained about the Mexican prison conditions following his arrest in Puerta Vallarta last month.

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Tonya Couch Ethan Couch

The mother of Ethan Couch, the 'affluenza' teen who killed four people while drunk driving, bonded out of a Texas jail on Tuesday. Tonya Couch walked out of the Tarrant County jail Tuesday morning after after a judge reduced her bail from $1 million to just $75,000.

Texas State District Judge Wayne Salvant said Couch's charge -- hindering the apprehension of a fugitive -- wasn't serious enough to warrant such a high bail.

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Ethan Couch

Mexican authorities captured fugitives Ethan Couch, 18, and his mother Tonya Couch, 48, during a traffic stop in Puerto Vallarta on Monday.

In a mugshot released this morning, Ethan's hair was dyed dark brunette to change his appearance and avoid capture.

Both fugitives are being held by Mexican authorities in a Mexican jail.

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Ethan Couch

The feds have joined the hunt for missing 18-year-old Ethan Crouch who killed four people while driving drunk at age 16 in 2013.

Couch is 2 years into a 10-year probation sentence. He avoided jail time after his lawyers argued that his rich parents sheltered him and he didn't understand the consequences of his actions.

The controversial strategy was dubbed the "affluenza defense" by the news media.

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Ethan Couch

Ethan Couch was 16 when he killed four people and injured 2 in a drunk driving crash near Fort Worth, Texas in 2013. A jury convicted him of various DUI and manslaughter charges, but a sympathetic judge sentenced him to 10 years probation because she believed his lawyer's "affluenza" argument that Couch was too rich to go to prison.

Now he's missing.

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