'Affluenza Teen' Ethan Couch Missing, Says Probation Officer
Ethan Couch was found guilty of killing four people while driving drunk in 2013. He was given 10 years' probation, and he may have violated the terms.By Ryan Biek | December 16, 2015
Texas authorities are searching for the teenager who was found guilty of killing four people while driving drunk back in 2013, then claimed "affluenza" as part of his defense.
According to a report from The Dallas Morning News Tuesday, Ethan Couch's probation officer had been unable to contact him and his mother for several days.
Couch's sentence of 10 years' probation without time in jail or a juvenile detention facility instantly became controversial. (Video via ABC)