Imprisoned ‘Barefoot Bandit’ faces new criminal charges
(MCT) — SEATTLE — Colton Harris-Moore, who as a teen fugitive made headlines by eluding police between Washington state and the Bahamas for nearly two years, is facing new criminal charges stemming from his crime spree.
Earlier this month, the Skagit County Prosecutor’s Office re-filed charges against Harris-Moore involving the theft of an airplane there in 2010. The charges of second-degree burglary and first-degree theft were filed on Feb. 8 to the surprise of Harris-Moore’s lawyer, John Henry Browne.
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