Sheriff’s deputies pushed Adam Fulford in a wheelchair in the courtroom for his first appearance Thursday.
Fulford appeared at the Larimer County Justice Center wrapped in a thick tunic but with bare legs and feet. When he bumped his right arm on a table in the courtroom, he called out in pain, apologized to Eighth Judicial District Judge Gregory Lammons and explained that his arm was broken. He only spoke a few other times to answer procedural questions and ask for a public defender.
Fulford, 33, has been accused of leading authorities on a 14-hour manhunt last week that culminated in a high-speed chase and crash in Loveland. He was released Tuesday after hospitalization at Medical Center of the Rockies in Loveland. He was then booked into the Larimer County Jail on suspicion of 14 new felony charges, including aggravated robbery and vehicular assault, as well as charges from two previous cases.
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