Details of the So-Called Real-Life Bonnie and Clyde's Alleged Crime Spree
INSIDE EDITION has more about the so-called real-life "Bonnie and Clyde" couple that police arrested in North Carolina after they allegedly went on a three-state crime spree.
There is more information about the Bonnie-and-Clyde couple at the center of that terrifying shoot-out at a police roadblock.
Cops say Michael Bagwell and girlfriend Diana Dayton, a former homecoming queen nominee, tried to force their way into an affluent home during their three-state crime spree.
"I saw him at a full run, both hands out, coming at the door. I was able to lay into the door and he was fighting the handle down, trying to keep it open, and I was trying to fight the door lock with him and finally got it locked," said homeowner Wesley Crook.
At one point the couple allegedly stole a car and dumped it in a lake when they were finished with it.
They were driving in a stolen Jeep when they crashed through the police roadblock near Charlotte, North Carolina.
Diana Dayton's mother gave INSIDE EDITION family photos of the beautiful blonde 35-year-old. She wasn't even aware her daughter, a former track star and volleyball player, is accused of being part of the real-life Bonnie and Clyde team until INSIDE EDITION told her!
"Thanks to you we now know where she is. This is very embarrassing to our family," she said.
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