Remember The 'Affluenza' Teen Who Killed Four People & Only Received Probation? Police Are On The Hunt Because He's Missing!
Remember the "affluenza" kid??
Back on June 15, 2013, Ethan Couch stole some beer from a local Walmart in North Texas and got drunk with some friends.
After becoming inebriated, the then 16-year-old got behind the wheel of his truck and crashed into another vehicle on the side of the road, killing four people — Hollie Boyles, Shelby Boyles, Breanna Mitchell, and Brian Jennings.
The teenager's vehicle also hit a parked car which sent two of his friends hurtling through the air; luckily they ended up surviving but with severe injuries.
In December 2013, a Tarrant County juvenile court judge sentenced the boy to 10 years of probation for his crimes after a psychologist said that the 16-year-old suffered from affluenza.
This is a controversial defense that claims wealthy people suffer from a lack of motivation or feeling of guilt for their actions.
Well now it seems Ethan's probation officer can't find him or