Robert Spencer has just shot his girlfriend. He is a thug and drug dealer, who in a blind panic gets high and goes on the run, living every day as a party. He finds the affection of a friend's mother, which ultimately leads to his arrest.
Michael Hess is a wanted prison escapee on the run with a new identity and has been living in the same town he is wanted in for two decades. Hess learns to beat the system and enjoy his new life of work, weed and women before he's busted.
Courtenay Savage is an ex-cop with a loaded gun aimed at a friend's trailer. She has no idea she is caught on tape. After an arrest and posting bail, she goes on the run and alters her appearance in hopes to never be found.
With 41 arrests and no convictions, Philip Williams had no worries that stabbing his ex in a parking lot would give him any trouble. But when he became a wanted man, he hit the road. Surviving on his gambling wins, Williams kept on the move.
When Edward Roberson and two fellow inmates went to the showers, they didn't come back. Breaking out, the three scale the fences and run for it. Roberson has escaped and now has stolen guns, in a stolen car running for his life.
What was planned as an easy robbery turns into The Carnegie Deli Murders. Sean Salley shoots an actress and her friends above a deli in New York, and flees to New Orleans and then to Miami where he plans to leave the country for good.
Raymond Ross skips town after beating a teen into a coma. With his cousin, who is also wanted, Ross enters the drug scene selling dope and his own music. After a close call, Ross decides to let loose and party hard while police close in on this trail.
A Texas separatist group takes two hostages. Rangers are able to negotiate the release, however two members, Richard Keyes and Mike Matson get away, evading helicopters and dogs. Using an underground militia group, Keyes hides out in the woods undetected.
Lane Slettvet, a muscle man for a drug dealer, liked to test fate. One night on a job to pick up a prostitute, Slettvet stabs a man. He is tries to stay under the radar, but still goes to parties for the drugs.
Moving small amounts of pot from Mexico lead to a bustling operation for Steve Lamb. By age 20, Lamb was part of a group of traffickers who made millions. Eluding the police, Lamb moved bails of marijuana across the sea until caught in a sting operation.
After witnessing a murder, Anthony Ragno goes on the run. Building a new life trafficking pot in the Haitian islands, a coke addiction and close calls with local governments drive Ragno back to the US with a fake name.
After a fight in a mall, Eric Quesada murders his ex-best friend in a drive-by shooting. He goes on the run to Mexico, where he is caught by Mexican officials. Quesada spends two years fighiting extradition before being sent back to the US.
Randall Zandstra shot his ex-wife's boyfriend and was sentenced to 12 years in prison. Due to a technicality, the case goes to retrial, butZandstra flees. Before he's apprehended, Zandstra wins big in a Vegas poker tournament.