SEATTLE—We're getting our first look at the stolen plane Colton Harris-Moore used to fly to the Bahamas.
You can see part of the landing gear ripped off as the so-called "Barefoot Bandit" crash-landed the plane after stealing it from Indiana.
Harris-Moore made his first court appearance Wednesday in Miami since being extradited from the Bahamas.
He appeared briefly in federal court. A judge set another hearing Friday to give Harris-Moore time to hire a lawyer.
In Washington state, his mother, Pam Kohler, has asked Seattle defense attorney John Henry Browne to represent her son in a criminal case.
Another attorney, O. Yale Lewis, is helping Kohler with media and entertainment requests.
In court, Harris-Moore answered the judge's question about whether he had a lawyer saying, "I spoke with my mom and she said she had one (an attorney.")
In the court hearing, he also revealed he had spoken to his mother a week before he was arrested in the Bahamas.
He is charged with multiple crimes including a string of break-ins and plane thefts across the United States. He started his crime spree in Washington.
Harris-Moore was in a Bahamian court Tuesday and sentenced to three months in prison or a $300 fine. He was led away a short time later and by the afternoon was on a plane to the United States.
Witnesses say the teen was led away in a motorcade following sentencing Tuesday morning. He kept his head down and refused to answer questions. Harris-Moore wore a bullet proof vest. In court, he stood straight and spoke in a confident voice. He looked tan, thin and healthy. Witnesses in the courtroom say they could not see a scratch or bruise on his body, adding that they didn't even see a bug bite. The teen wore new white running shoes without laces.
Harris-Moore's two year run from the law came to an end Sunday in the islands of the Bahamas. Police got the break they needed around 2 a.m. Sunday morning after a resident called in a tip.
They tracked Harris-Moore to the small island of Eleuthera, 40 miles south of where he was suspected of crash landing a plane stolen from Indiana.
Police say Harris-Moore tried to run, even leading them on a high speed boat chase in a stolen dingy.
But at one point, the boat ran aground, and police shot out the engine of the boat to get him to stop.
Police say Harris-Moore had a gun on him, and threw it in the water during the arrest.
It's also being reported that moments earlier, Harris-Moore held the gun to his head and threatened to kill himself, but was talked out of it by police. Investigators say he did not shoot at police.
On Monday, Police Commission Elleson Greenslade talked about how Harris-Moore was doing. He said, "Colton is still in our protective custody. He is doing well this morning as he's been doing since his arrest. We're going to move him to court as soon as we can"
Greenslade told reporters the 19-year old is facing burglary,theft, ammunition and gun possession charges. Guns are illegal in the Bahamas.