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Originally published Thursday, February 28, 2013 at 7:26 AM

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Barefoot Bandit arraignment in Anacortes break-in

The Skagit County prosecutor believes Colton Harris-Moore got off too easy in a plea deal with other prosecutors that wrapped up the Barefoot Bandit cases.

The Associated Press

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MOUNT VERNON, Wash. —

The Skagit County prosecutor believes Colton Harris-Moore got off too easy in a plea deal with other prosecutors that wrapped up the Barefoot Bandit cases.

Harris-Moore faces arraignment Thursday in Mount Vernon on a new second-degree burglary charge for the February 2010 break-in at the Anacortes airport where he stole a plane.

Prosecutor Richard Weyrich also wanted to charge Harris-Moore with the theft of the plane, but he already pleaded guilty to that on a charge from San Juan County where the plane landed.

Harris-Moore has acknowledged dozens of crimes from Washington to the Bahamas where he was arrested in July 2010. He was sentenced to seven years in prison.

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