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Stolen items recovered in Russell County

Russell County Sheriff Derek Polston reported the recovery of over $100,000 worth of stolen items from a residence off Apple Lane in the Pleasant Hill area of Russell County.

A Joint investigation by the Russell County Sheriffs Office and law enforcement agencies in Indiana and KSP recovered a travel trailer, John Deere Gators, zero turn mowers, ditch witch, covered storage trailer and numerous other items which appear to have been stolen out of Indiana and taken to Russell County and used or sold.



Arrested was 50-year-old Anthony Cordell Ford of Apple Lane in the Pleasant Hill area. He was charged with Receiving Stolen Property over $10,000 and lodged in the Russell County Detention Center.

The case remains under investigation by the Russell County Sheriffs Office and will be presented to a Russell County Grand Jury where more charges may be forthcoming. Also Indiana authorities will have charges as their investigation continues.


This story was posted on 2020-12-02 05:03:40
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