A former wanted fugitive of Ventura County, was served with an indictment on Wednesday by Senior Deputy District Attorney Karen Wold. According to the Ventura County Star, Wold slid the Grand Jury's Indictment through the bars of Ian Eugene Morrow's holding cell during his Wednesday court appearance.
Morrow has been accused of attacking an employee at a Ventura County bar during August of 2005. He was charged with a felony and with a hate crime enhancement because of the racial slurs he allegedly yelled out while attacking the Hispanic man.
Morrow has also been accused of making criminal threats against a Simi Valley resident while he was out on bail in 2007.
A Jan. 11th, 2008 court appearance had been scheduled for Morrow, he did not appear. Once he failed to make his court appointment, Ventura County authorities issued a warrant for his arrest and labeled him a dangerous fugitive on the run.
In February, Morrow's luck spoiled when authorities in Nevada arrested him and he was transported back to California. Currently Morrow is being held on $2.5 million bail and if convicted of all the charges against him, he will face over 40 years in prison.