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Dennis Quaid on troubled brother Randy: "I miss my brother"

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(CBS) - Dennis Quaid had something to say to reporters - but not a lot - about his troubled brother Randy and Randy's wife Evi, who have been on the lam after failing to appear at a hearing in Santa Barbara, Calif. on felony burglary and misdemeanor charges.

"I love my brother," Dennis told People Magazine at a press conference promoting his new film. "That's all I can say. I love my brother and I miss my brother. That's all I'm going to say."

Randy and Evi Quaid claimed refugee status in Canada after failing to appear at a hearing in Santa Barbara, Calif. on felony burglary and misdemeanor charges stemming from an October 2010 incident. The charges stem from accusations they allegedly squatted in the guest house of a home they used to own.

They both claim they were seeking asylum in Canada to escape from people they described as "Hollywood star whackers" who they claimed killed Heath Ledger, David Carradine and Chris Penn. In February, Canada border officials decided Randy Quaid could stay in Canada after his wife was granted Canadian citizenship.

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