A former Logan man who was wanted by police in connection with the alleged theft of a Taylor T5z Classic guitar last year failed to show up at his first court appearance Monday in Logan’s 1st District Court and a no-bail warrant was issued for his arrest.

Logan City Police say 35-year-old Isaac James Anderson was charged with third-degree felony theft after he walked out of the store without paying for the guitar, which is valued at more than $2,000.

Anderson allegedly visited The Book Table in November and purchased a guitar case and an amplifier.

“Isaac then took the Taylor guitar from the wall and placed it into the guitar bag he had purchased and walked out of the store without paying for the guitar,” an officer stated in his written report.

According to public court records, it appears Anderson has since moved to Salt Lake City, and when the original warrant for his arrest finally caught up to him, he posted $5,000 bond on April 1.

However, Anderson did not show up as scheduled on Monday for an initial appearance, so when he is picked up again, he will not be able to post bail until after he meets with the judge.

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Amy Macavinta is the crime reporter for The Herald Journal. She can be reached at amacavinta@hjnews.com.