For most of the next decade, the man who roamed freely through the woods will live behind bars in a federal penitentiary.
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In April 2013, he committed the crime that got him the long federal sentence, shooting at federal agents in a helicopter when he was flushed from a home near a mountain reservoir in snowy Manti LaSal National Forest and captured.
State officials will determine whether Knapp spends any more time behind bars. But prosecutors and Knapp's attorneys said the intent was for Knapp to serve his entire sentence in federal prison.
during cabin break ins. Sometimes, he'd raid the pantry and Nike Hypervenom X Pro rumple the bed sheets before setting out alone again on snowshoes with a rifle slung over his shoulder.
"That will be his last word," Winward said after Knapp was taken away in custody. "'Thank you.' And he will live a quiet life."McCombs reported from Salt Lake City.
spent winters holed up in snowbound cabins, and retreated in summers deep into the woods with a supply of guns, dehydrated food, radios, batteries and high end camping gear. Other times, he left thank you notes. In Garfield County, he signed a cabin log book as "Troy James the red head."
He was sentenced to one to 15 years on each of the 10 felony burglary charges, with the state sentences running concurrent with each other and the federal sentence.
Knapp, 46, known by many as the "Mountain Man," pleaded guilty Monday to federal and state weapons charges in an agreement that will likely put him in federal prison until the end of 2024.
Minutes after the federal sentencing, Knapp entered pleas in Utah state court to crimes in seven counties Beaver, Emery, Garfield, Iron, Kane, Sanpete and Sevier.
The pleas marked the end of a mysterious story of the California fugitive, originally from Michigan, who became a sensation in Utah.
Wearing ankle shackles, Knapp entered the federal and state pleas on Monday, as some of those Nike Kobe Shoes Green
who helped track and capture him looked on. Emery County Sheriff Greg Funk, who once saw Knapp with a rifle disappear into the wilderness near his own home in Clawson, described him as personable and interesting to talk with after he was caught.
Decade prison sentence for Utah's 'Mountain Man'
But Brody Keisel, the prosecutor, said he saw Knapp as nothing more than "a common crook" who survived on easy pickings like canned Spaghetti Os from cabin break ins. That included 13 handguns, two rifles and one shotgun, Bell said. District Court Judge Ted Stewart in St. George, offered a nod to Knapp's fame and the folklore that grew about his solitary living off the land story.
"There is an admiration for somebody who chooses to live off the land, because he does it while the rest of us wouldn't. Even if he needs a little help from some cabin owners," the defense attorney added.
"The judge told him he should write a book," said Brody Keisel, Sanpete County attorney and the broker of the unusually broad and complex plea agreement involving state and federal cases. "He said, 'You've got plenty of time.'"
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Jay Winward, one of Knapp's attorneys, spoke with respect for a man he got to know over the last six months as his attorney.
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