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A judge has removed a man from bond supervision after he was accused of stealing an ambulance while naked in 2013.
The Herald-Dispatch reports that Cabell Circuit Judge Alfred E. Ferguson removed Raymond Lee Spurlock from bond supervision on Tuesday, but Spurlock remains on a $10,000 bond.
Spurlock was arrested in 2013 on charges including felony grand larceny and misdemeanor leaving the scene of an accident. Police say he crashed the ambulance into three vehicles after stealing it from an emergency department parking bay at St. Mary’s Medical Center.
Spurlock’s case has not been presented to a grand jury.
Spurlock’s attorney requested that Spurlock be allowed to travel out of state. Ferguson granted the motion as long as he signed a form waiving extradition.