Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Trial scheduled in car theft case

Man accused of stealing Honda Passport from ex-girlfriend

Express Staff Writer

David F. Harrison

A jury trial has been scheduled for Aug. 3 for a Fairfield man accused of stealing a car from his ex-girlfriend.

David F. Harrison, 46, was arraigned Monday in Blaine County 5th District Court on a felony charge of grand theft. He pleaded not guilty. Judge Robert J. Elgee told Harrison that the crime is punishable in Idaho by up to 14 years in prison.

Harrison remains free on $7,500 bond. He is represented by Hailey attorney Douglas Nelson.


According to a Ketchum Police Department report, Harrison allegedly stole the car, a maroon 1995 Honda Passport, from his ex-girlfriend in Ketchum in March. The report states that the woman found the car at a used car lot in Boise in April and complained to Boise police.

Ketchum police reported that the car was returned to the woman and that a joint investigation by Ketchum and Boise police led to the charge being filed against Harrison.

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