OWENSBORO, Ky. (WEHT) — A 27-year-old Owensboro guy used to be arrested after police consider he stole a John Deer Gator, more than a few garden apparatus and a software trailer.
On Tuesday, a corporal says he answered to 2 separate robbery court cases the place a John Deer Gator valued at $13,000 and garden apparatus value $1,205 have been stolen. According to the sheriff’s place of job, an ATMOS Energy software trailer used to be additionally stolen at the similar day.
Deputies say they advanced a automobile of hobby after it used to be noticed within the house of thefts. That automobile used to be a white, Chevrolet 2500HD with a software mattress and the corporate title of “Osmose Utility Service INC” at the doorways.
According to police officers, the truck used to be provided with a GPS instrument that connected it to the spaces the place the thefts up to now came about. After additional investigations, officers say they have been ready to safe a seek warrant for the suspect’s house. Deputies let us know the quest warrant led legislation enforcement officials to seek out round $40,000 value of stolen apparatus.
Officials say a software trailer valued at $3,000 have been reported stolen out of Spencer County, Ind. used to be recovered. The garden apparatus used to be stated to be recovered in a ditch the place it have been discarded. Additionally, the ATMOS software trailer and John Deer Gator have been recovered. DCSO says after they discovered the Gator, it used to be just about utterly dismantled.
Nicholas C. Small, 27, used to be arrested and charged with:
- Receiving Stolen Property $500-<$100
- Burglary third Degree
- TBUT $1000-<$a million
- TBUT $1000-<$10,000
- Tampering with Physical Evidence (2 counts)
Deputies say the investigation is ongoing and extra arrests are anticipated.