Real Name: Rose Marie Turford and Carolyn Stevens
Wanted For: Robbery, Theft, Fraud
Missing Since: May 1995
Details: Turford and Stevens were called a real-life "Thelma and Louise." They are female con-artists defrauding, humiliating and stealing from their male companions, posing as nuns, police officers and topless dancers and playing in casinos in Michigan. It is believed that they may be involved in as many as ten robberies in Houston, Galveston and Las Vegas. Rose was once a registered nurse with Carolyn, a part-time aide, at the same Houston psychiatric facility. They were eventually arrested but got out on bail and vanished in May of 1995. They were last reported in Canada, having rented a car in Edmonton, later deserting it in Toronto.
Extra Notes: This original airdate for this segment was August 18, 1995; the update segment ran on December 15, 1995.
Results: Captured. They were captured in Canada. Turford was sentenced to thirty years in prison; Stevens was sentenced to ten years in prison.
- Unlikely Suspects Are Sought in 'Thelma and Louise' Robberies
- Los Angeles Times Archive on Turford and Stevens
- End of road for 'Thelma and Louise'