"Crazy White Mother" Doug Havard Is Back to Face Charges in Dallas. Only Took Nine Years.
But now, finally, he's back and ready to stand charges on federal passport fraud. He's repped by former U.S. Attorney for the Northern District Paul Coggins, who says Havard's refusal to fight extradition is "a pretty good signal that we should be able to reach a resolution to get something worked out ... and avoid a trial." Reason I mention all of this: Back in 2002 and again in '04, we ran two cover stories about Havard: "Crazy White Mother," followed by the sequel "The Devil Next Door," in which one undercover officer who spent years chasing him said of Havard, "I liken the kid to the guy in the movie Catch Me If You Can."