Fulford says “Guilty” on 8 counts in plea deal

The Loveland man who eluded law enforcement through a night and the early hours of the following morning before wrecking a car while trying to escape is likely headed to prison for 35 years.

Adam Fulford entered guilty pleas on eight counts and will be sentenced November 9th. The pleas were part of a deal with Larimer County prosecutors, as  42 other charges against him were dismissed.

Fulford was arrested March 31st having escaped pursuit for the overnight hours before being spotted in a stolen car the following morning. A high speed chase resulted in his crashing into another vehicle in Loveland, injuring three people in the second car.

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