1970: Robert Durst moves back to New York City after graduating from UCLA where he met Susan Berman, a close friend who would later be murdered.
1973: Durst marries Kathleen McCormack in NYC.
Feb. 5, 1982: Robert Durst reports his wife missing at the 20th Precinct in Manhattan, five days after she went missing.
1990: Durst quietly divorces Kathleen Durst without notifying the McCormack family. Durst repeatedly publishes notice of the divorce in a Westchester County weekly newspaper as part of a legal requirement that he attempt to notify his spouse.
Spring 2000: Kathleen Durst's disappearance case is reopened.
Dec. 24, 2000: Berman is found dead in her Benedict Canyon Road House in Los Angeles, killed by a single bullet to the back of her head. The bullet is from a 9mm gun.
Oct. 9, 2001: Durst is arrested and later indicted for Morris Black's murder.
Oct. 16, 2001: Durst does not show up for a court hearing in Galveston and becomes the country's first billion-dollar fugitive. A grand jury indicts him on charges of murder.
Nov. 30, 2001: Police arrest Durst in Hanover Township, Pa., for the theft of a sandwich, a newspaper and a Band-Aid from Wegmans grocery. Police seize two guns, Morris Black's South Carolina driver's license and an undisclosed amount of marijuana from the rented car.
Nov. 11, 2003: At Durst's two-month trial, and after five days of deliberation, the jury finds Robert Durst, 60, not guilty of murder.
Oct. 26, 2004: Durst pleaded guilty to federal gun charges in exchange for a sentence of up to nine months, but served 5½ months
Dec. 18, 2005: Durst was arrested because he returned to Galveston in violation of the terms of his supervised release, a prison spokesman said. Ultimately sentenced to 60 days for the parole violation, but only had to serve 26 days.
Dec. 16, 2014: Durst was fined $500 for urinating on a checkout counter and candy rack at a CVS pharmacy in Houston.
March 14, 2015: Durst is arrested for the slaying of Susan Berman in 2000
Information compiled by Fox News' Scott Reitmeier.