David said her client has never failed to appear for a court date. Turbeville is considered a fugitive and is wanted in Alabama.
During the time of the thefts, Turbeville was working as a foreman for MAJ Construction, who reported several items stolen.
Between Oct. 4 and Oct. 16, Turbeville sold nine items to three different pawn shops in Harford County. The items included a hammer drill, stud gun, 5,000-watt generator and power grinder worth $2,810, according to charging documents.
The three pawn shops, Clark Loan &Jewelry, J&K Pawn Associates and Bank of Memories, reported losses totaling $560.
According the case records, Turbeville failed to report to work on Oct.11 and had not been seen or heard from since.
Turbeville had been living in hotels and apartments in Aberdeen while working for the construction company, according to his public defender.