Visitors hoping to catch a glimpse of the bald eagles on Camano Island in Washington State’s Puget Sound are more likely to see a different bird in the sky: a police chopper skimming the cedar forests in search of an outlaw. Colton Harris-Moore, a gangly 18-year-old with furtive eyes and a dimpled chin, has been on police blotters since he was accused of stealing a bike at the age of 8
Keith Felch is admittedly a big guy, but more than a few super-fit cyclists in Southern California have been left wondering how that dude just went flying by. And then his wife, Mary, comes motoring past.
At first glance, it hardly looked like a vision of democratic perfection.
A one-of-a-kind bicycle belonging to Lance Armstrong that was stolen Saturday, hours after the U.S. cycling legend rode it in a race, has been handed over to authorities, police said Wednesday. “A local resident came to the police headquarters and turned in a bicycle that he believed to be Lance Armstrong’s,” said Sgt.