Man Enters Alford Plea in Grand Theft Auto Case

May 22, 2007

Elvis Shifflett, who led police on a manhunt last October, entered an Alford Plea in court Tuesday.

Shifflett admitted that there was enough evidence to convict him of the grand theft auto and gun charges he faced but did not admit guilt. The manhunt ended when police shot Shifflett.

He is scheduled to be sentenced on July 2nd. He is still facing charges in Charlottesville for allegedly trying to shoot his girlfriend.

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