SEATTLE (AP) - The U.S. Marshals Service says Colton Harris-Moore could be back in Seattle this week, although the travel schedule for the teen known as the Barefoot Bandit hasn't been finalized.
Marshals spokesman David Miller in Seattle said Monday they won't provide details of prisoner movements.
Harris-Moore made an initial court appearance last week in Florida. He was arrested in the Bahamas after he reportedly crash-landed a plane stolen from Indiana.
The 19-year-old is accused of 70 crimes in nine states. In Seattle he faces a federal complaint of interstate transportation of stolen property. He's accused of taking a plane from Bonners Ferry, Idaho, last October and crashing it near Granite Falls in Western Washington.
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