Denver (AP) A spokesman for disgraced democratic fundraiser Norman Hsu says Hsu may have mistakenly boarded the wrong train after missing a court date in California, ending up in Colorado.
Hsu was arrested in Grand Junction on September 6th after missing a court appearance in California for a 1991 grand theft case that resulted in a conviction.
He is scheduled for a court hearing Wednesday morning at which he is expected to waive extradition.
His spokesman Jason Booth says Hsu was “sick and confused” and may have thought he was boarding a Bay Area Rapid Transit Train when he instead caught an Amtrak train to Colorado.
Hsu was taken off the train and hospitalized with an undisclosed illness.
Hsu is being held on a $5million bond.
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