Bolden faces a felony charge of theft by receiving stolen
property for driving the sport utility vehicle Oct. 11, said Erik
Friedly, spokesman for the Fulton County district attorney.
The grand jury also indicted Bolden of marijuana possession and
theft by receiving stolen property because the license plate didn't
match the vehicle, Friedly said.
The case will be assigned to a superior court judge and Bolden
could enter a plea within a few weeks, he said.
Bolden, 29, finished with 25 tackles in eight games with three
interceptions in 2003.