FILE - This photo released by the Sanpete County Sheriff's Office shows Troy James Knapp. On April 2, 2013, authorities captured Knapp, an elusive survivalist who is suspected of burglarizing Utah cabins and leaving some covered with threats and bullet holes, ending a saga that began six years ago and drew in police and residents around the state. Knapp, dubbed the "Mountain Man" by cabin owners, was taken into custody in the snowy mountains outside of Ferron in central Utah after firing several shots at officers in a helicopter, authorities said.(AP Photo/Sanpete County Sheriff's Office )

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FILE - This photo released by the Sanpete County Sheriff's Office shows Troy James Knapp.  On April 2, 2013, authorities captured Knapp, an elusive survivalist who is suspected of burglarizing Utah cabins and leaving some covered with threats and bullet holes, ending a saga that began six years ago and drew in police and residents around the state. Knapp, dubbed the "Mountain Man" by cabin owners, was taken into custody in the snowy mountains outside of Ferron in central Utah after firing several shots at officers in a helicopter, authorities said.(AP Photo/Sanpete County Sheriff's Office )
FILE - This photo released by the Sanpete County Sheriff's Office shows Troy James Knapp. On April 2, 2013, authorities captured Knapp, an elusive survivalist who is suspected of burglarizing Utah cabins and leaving some covered with threats and bullet holes, ending a saga that began six years ago and drew in police and residents around the state. Knapp, dubbed the "Mountain Man" by cabin owners, was taken into custody in the snowy mountains outside of Ferron in central Utah after firing several shots at officers in a helicopter, authorities said.(AP Photo/Sanpete County Sheriff's Office )
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