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It's probably safe to say that Colton Harris-Moore , aka the Barefoot Bandit, is Camano Island's most famous resident. Of course, he's currently a resident

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Colton Harris-Moore, aka the Barefoot Bandit, Racks Up 16 Additional Charges in San Juan County--Here's a Breakdown of Each

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It's probably safe to say that Colton Harris-Moore, aka the Barefoot Bandit, is Camano Island's most famous resident. Of course, he's currently a resident of the Federal Detention Center in SeaTac, having been charged with dozens of federal, state, and local crimes stemming from his suspected nine-state and three-country theft-and-burglary spree. But his heart is back on Camano.

So, as a way of chipping off the legal iceberg, let's look at the latest batch of charges just filed this week by San Juan County Prosecutor Randall K. Gaylord.

Here's a breakdown of the 17 total charges.

Count 1: Residential Burglary

Date: Between Aug. 21 and 28, 2008.

Location: Orcas Island, Wash., Douglas Pearson's residence.

Stolen: Cereal, milk, laptop computer, wallet with $40, Gary Fisher bicycle.

Count 2: Burglary in the Second Degree

Date: Aug. 24, 2008.

Location: Orcas Island, Wash., Vern's Bayside Restaurant & Lounge.

Stolen: $10,000 from a safe, passport, Social Security card, American Express Card--the number to which surveillance cameras and a DVD on how to fly an airplane was charged.

Count 3: Theft in First Degree

Date: Between Nov. 7 and 12, 2008.

Location: Orcas Island, Wash., Robert Rivers' airplane hangar.

Stolen: Cessna 182 S airplane.

Count 4: Burglary in the Second Degree

Date: Sept. 1, 2009.

Place: Eastsound, Wash., Vern's Bayside Restaurant & Lounge (again).

Stolen: Two surveillance cameras.

Count 5: Burglary in the Second Degree

Date: Sept. 1, 2009.

Location: Orcas Island, Wash., Sunflower Café.

Stolen: $296 from a cash register, $3,280 from an ATM machine.

Count 6: Burglary in the Second Degree

Date: Sept. 5, 2009.

Location: Orcas Island, Wash., Ace Hardware.

Stolen: Pad lock, undisclosed amount of cash, bolt cutters, pry bar, sledge hammer, drill bits, sleeping bag, electric drill motor.

Count 7: Burglary in the Second Degree

Date: Sept. 5, 2009.

Location: Orcas Island, Wash., Islanders Bank.

Stolen: Nothing, but an ATM machine was damaged.

Count 8: Burglary in the Second Degree

Date: Sept. 8, 2009.

Location: Orcas Island, Wash., Island Market.

Stolen: Nothing, but again an ATM machine was damaged.

Count 9: Theft in the First Degree

Date: Sept. 12, 2009.

Location: Friday Harbor, Wash., Friday Harbor Airport.

Stolen: Cirrus SR 22 airplane.

Count 10: Theft in the First Degree

Date: Sept. 12, 2009.

Location: Orcas Island, Wash., Orcas Airport.

Stolen: 30-foot Express Cruiser boat.

Count 11: Burglary in the Second Degree

Date: Feb. 11, 2010.

Location: Orcas Island, Wash., Orcas Homegrown.

Stolen: $1,200 from a safe box.

Count 12: Burglary in the Second Degree

Date: Feb. 12, 2010.

Location: Orcas Island, Wash., Ace Hardware (again).

Stolen: Nothing. A window was broken and someone went inside.

Count 13 and 14: Residential Burglary and Theft in the First Degree

Date: May 13, 2010.

Location: San Juan Island, Wash., Sear Residence.

Stolen: 24-foot boat "Sunspot."

Count 15: Theft in the First Degree

Date: May 15, 2010.

Location: Lopez Island, Wash., Spencer's Landing Marina.

Stolen: 35-foot Stella Maris boat.

Count 16 and 17: Residential Burglary and Burglary in the Second Degree

Date: Sept. 12, 2009.

Location: Orcas Island, Wash., Mike Parnell's residence and hangar.

Stolen: Mini Cooper car (joyriden), airplane manual, running shoes, wicker basket, pickup truck, keys, Pellegrino water, Orcas Christian School sweater, food, stamps, scissors, magazines, a DVD, linens, camera mount, glass cleaner, insulated mug, batteries.

And here are the full charging documents.

Barefoot Bandit Charging Docs

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