A spokeswoman for the U.S. Attorney in Seattle says alleged "Barefoot Bandit" Colton Harris-Moore is back in Washington state.
Spokeswoman Emily Langlie said Harris-Moore arrived Wednesday afternoon and was being held at a federal detention facility in SeaTac.
Langlie said Harris-Moore was scheduled to make his initial court appearance today.
Harris-Moore was arrested in the Bahamas a week after he reportedly crash-landed there in a plane stolen July 4 from an Indiana airport. He made initial court appearances in Florida last week and is being returned to Seattle, where he faces a federal charge in the crash-landing of a plane stolen from Idaho last year.
Harris-Moore has allegedly committed a series of crimes, including stealing planes and boats, across the nation. But police say he began his spree in Washington state in his hometown on Camano Island.