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Topic - James Fogle
James Fogle, who wrote "Drugstore Cowboy," an autobiographical crime novel that led to an acclaimed 1989 film starring Matt Dillon, has died. He was 75.
The author of "Drugstore Cowboy," a crime saga that led to a Hollywood movie, has been sentenced to nearly 16 years in prison for holding up a pharmacy in a Seattle suburb.
Fogle has spent much of his adult life in prison, which is where he wrote "Drugstore Cowboy."
SEATTLE (AP) - James Fogle, who wrote "Drugstore Cowboy," an autobiographical crime novel that led to an acclaimed 1989 film starring Matt Dillon, has died.