A local man charged in 2022 with stealing items from the unlocked vehicles of dozens of victims across four North Country towns has announced his intent to plead guilty. A bench trial that had been scheduled for Tuesday at Littleton District Court was postponed and a plea and sentencing hearing is now scheduled for Sept. 26. Logan Haff, 29, who lived in Campton before moving to Bethlehem, faces 43 misdemeanor counts in Franconia alone, include 22 counts of criminal trespass and 21 counts of theft by unauthorized taking. According to the state’s complaints in the towns of Littleton, Franconia, and Sugar Hill, items stolen totaled more than $1,000 and included an HP laptop in Littleton valued at $650, sunglasses from Littleton valued at nearly $200, and from various vehicles in Franconia cash amounts totaling more than $140 and $40, $10 in change, $16 in quarters, three $25 gift certificates, backpacks, an iPod, Ray Ban sunglasses, and a cigar. Locations included Ski Hearth Farm in Sugar Hill, Dow Avenue and Harvard Street in Franconia, and Mt. Eustis Road in Littleton.
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