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Robert Askew was driving over speed limit and cop was chasing him. He and his girlfriend, Kat got out of the car as police closed in and trekked through the swamp as Kat got cut in the leg by a plant. They emerge and hitched a ride to a hotel. The man who dropped them off gave tip to police and they find him by breaking though the door to handcuff him for robbery. After he was released, he move to North Carolina where he dates a g. Askew breaks into homes, stealing appliances like TVs. Then the police finds and arrest Askew for burglary and sent to 364 days in prison. Just 90 more days left and fearing that he gets more charge resulting in longer sentence, he escape while working on the lawn. Once Askew finds the street after trekking through woods to distance himself from prison, he hitched a ride home. He goes to the bar where he finds another girlfriend, Katrina and they start drug dealing in Virginia Beach, Virginia. To make more money, Askew steal more expensive things from homes like TVs. Then they head back to steal drugs after dealer took off. They go sell drugs to a man. Then when heading back home, Robert and Katrina can't find a car in the parking garage full of stolen goods and drugs. They hitched ride in the police car and found a car they were looking for and ride back home. After a while, Askew was arrested from the parking lot and was sent back to prison. While there, he attempts to escape again but with different tactic. While in the cell, he dislodged the gate just enough so he can squeeze through, stole a key a guard left on the desk by mistake, and makes a daring escape. He goes outside to a raging Hurricane Floyd and distance himself from prison. He walks into father and stepmother's house to offer a ride to Virginia after the storm passed and waits for his girlfriend to pick him up, racing against the police. Fortunately, his girlfriend got there first and picked him up, proposing plans to go to southwestern states to outsmart the police. After spending eight more years in prison, he did a string of stealings in Virginia and North Carolina. One day, police installed the GPS underneath Askew's car and uses it to track him down as he drives. Then Askew drives the car, stole a TV, and intercept police as he carry the TV to his car, arresting him, and sentencing him to 7½ years in prison.

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