COUNCIL BLUFFS — The trial of an Atlantic man accused of odometer and wire fraud has been moved to November.
Larry Scott Fulk is accused of removing odometer clusters from vehicles purchased on behalf of his business, 2nd Street Repair, and replacing them with clusters that had lower mileages. It’s alleged that Fulk would then post the vehicles for sale on Craigslist at an inflated price. Fulk faces three counts of wire fraud for selling vehicles out of state in California and Virginia and 15 counts of odometer fraud.
His trial date was originally set for Sept. 9 but has been moved to Nov. 4, to allow the defence time to prepare pre-trial motions and “explore potential resolutions of the case,” according to court documents.