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Several days after “affluenza” teen Ethan Couch dropped his deportation appeal, Mexican officials sent him back to the U.S., via a commercial flight to Dallas. Couch fled Texas’ Tarrant County after violating the terms of probation for his conviction in killing four people in a drunk-driving wreck in 2013. He and his mother were found in a Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, condo in December, several weeks after they went missing. Upon landing in Dallas, Couch was photographed by media as he was escorted to jail by police.