Documentary reveals the words said by a jailed son, 20, to his father before they robbed two banks in Texas with his sister, 18, as the getaway driver

Hayden Catt, who gained notoriety for robbing banks with his father, while his sister was the getaway driver, has spoken in an exclusive interview about life behind bars and his past.

Ronald ‘Scott’ Catt shocked his community in 2012 when police apprehended him in Texas for robbing two banks of $108,000 with his son, Hayden, 20, while his daughter, Abby drove the getaway car.

On the morning of the first robbery, Hayden Catt said he asked his dad, ‘Are you the devil here to tempt me?’ to which his dad replied, ‘probably.’

Scott Catt was sentenced to 24 years, while Hayden Catt was sentenced to 10 years. Abby was sentenced to five years in county jail. She was released after nearly three years due to good behavior.

In 2013 all three accepted plea deals for aggravated robbery.

A two-hour ’20/20′ documentary from ABC to be aired on June 28 unravels the details behind the heists and speaks to both Hayden and Abby about the parts they played nearly seven years on.

‘My dad sat us down and told us what our jobs were and that you had to be the best at your job,’ Abby Catt says in the documentary.

Scott Catt committed the robberies following the death of his wife. He was facing financial difficulties partially caused because of drug and alcohol addiction.

Police tracked down the Catts quickly due to their construction worker disguises, (shown above) that were bought by Hayden and Abby with Scott's credit card at a local home improvement store

Police tracked down the Catts quickly due to their construction worker disguises, (shown above) that were bought by Hayden and Abby with Scott’s credit card at a local home improvement store

Police quickly tracked down the Catts due to their construction worker disguises, that were bought by Hayden and Abby with Scott’s credit card at a local home improvement store.

Upon his arrest, Scott Catt admitted to police he had previously robbed banks in Oregon before he moved his family to Texas, where he convinced his children to help him rob more banks.

Abby Catt talks to ABC News Chief National Correspondent Matt Gutman about her steadfast love for her brother Hayden and dad Scott today

Abby Catt talks to ABC News Chief National Correspondent Matt Gutman about her steadfast love for her brother Hayden and dad Scott today

In an exclusive interview Hayden reveals what life is like now and reflects on the past. 'I feel more free, more alive in here than I did out in the world. I see now that I was basically the walking dead out there,' Hayden said

In an exclusive interview Hayden reveals what life is like now and reflects on the past. ‘I feel more free, more alive in here than I did out in the world. I see now that I was basically the walking dead out there,’ Hayden said

Scott Catt (pictured above) was sentenced to 24 years, while Hayden Catt was sentenced to 10 years. Abby was sentenced to five years in county jail in 2013

Scott Catt (pictured above) was sentenced to 24 years, while Hayden Catt was sentenced to 10 years. Abby was sentenced to five years in county jail in 2013

Abby Catt, now an expectant mother, speaks about her roller coaster journey and the last few years.

In a candid interview she talks to ABC News Chief National Correspondent Matt Gutman about her steadfast love for her brother Hayden and dad Scott.

She also talks about how her father and brother led her into a life of crime and about the time she spent in jail for the crimes.

Ronald 'Scott' Catt (pictured left) with Abby (center) and Hayden (right). Scott Catt admitted to police he had previously robbed banks in Oregon before he moved his family to Texas, where he convinced his children to help him rob more banks

Ronald ‘Scott’ Catt (pictured left) with Abby (center) and Hayden (right). Scott Catt admitted to police he had previously robbed banks in Oregon before he moved his family to Texas, where he convinced his children to help him rob more banks

Catt also admits she made mistakes after receiving parole in 2015, which landed her back behind bars.

She was arrested in Laredo, Texas on August 5 2016 in the parking lot of a gas station convenience mart after being found inside a vehicle when officers arrived at the scene following reports of an armed robbery.

The other person, who had been in the car, Ricardo Gonzalez, was found inside the store armed with a handgun. He was arrested and charged with two counts of aggravated robbery.

Officers found that Abby Catt had a parole violation warrant for aggravated robbery and she was also arrested.

In the documentary Abby Catt (seated) is shown meeting her brother Hayden for the first time in a year in 2013

In the documentary Abby Catt (seated) is shown meeting her brother Hayden for the first time in a year in 2013

In an exclusive interview Hayden (pictured with Abby in 2013) reveals what life is like now and reflects on the past

In an exclusive interview Hayden (pictured with Abby in 2013) reveals what life is like now and reflects on the past

In the documentary Abby Catt is shown meeting her brother Hayden for the first time in ore than a year.

Hayden Catt, speaking in June 2019, also reveals what life is like now.

‘I feel more free, more alive in here than I did out in the world. I see now that I was basically the walking dead out there,’ he added.

Ronald 'Scott' Catt (center) shocked his community in 2012 when police apprehended him in Texas for robbing two banks of $108,000 with his son, Hayden, 20, (pictured left) while his daughter, Abby, 18, (pictured right) drove the getaway car

Ronald ‘Scott’ Catt (center) shocked his community in 2012 when police apprehended him in Texas for robbing two banks of $108,000 with his son, Hayden, 20, (pictured left) while his daughter, Abby, 18, (pictured right) drove the getaway car

Abby Catt, now an expectant mother, speaks in June 2019 about her roller coaster journey and the last few years

Abby Catt, now an expectant mother, speaks in June 2019 about her roller coaster journey and the last few years

The documentary also features interviews with Chrystal Fassett, the former bank teller who was present when the Catts robbed one of the banks.

Susie Gregory, who volunteered at Abby’s jail and took her in after she received parole after learning of her backstory from a 2013 ’20/20′ report, is also interviewed, along with local sheriff Troy Nehls, who allowed Abby to serve time in the county jail instead of state prison.

Interrogation tapes and footage from Hayden and Abby’s emotional 2013 reunion in front of ’20/20′ cameras, before they parted ways to serve their sentences are shown, and a 2015 interview with Abby after she received parole.

20/20′ airs on Friday, June 28 (9:00 – 11:00 p.m. ET) on ABC.

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