Randy and Evi Quaid Face Arrest Warrants – Again
The couple skip another court date, this time for burglary charges
Another case, another missed court date.
Randy Quaid and his wife Evi once again face arrest warrants after failing to show up for a Santa Barbara, Calif., hearing on allegations they were squatting in the guest house of a Montecito home they once owned.
Santa Barbara Senior Deputy District Attorney Lee Carter tells the Associated Press that $50,000 warrants were issued after the couple failed to appear for the arraignment Monday on residential burglary charges.
As in their previous case, in which they were charged with defrauding an innkeeper and routinely missed schedule court dates, the two are free to turn themselves in before their case will be called again on Oct. 26.
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