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CPD: Stolen truck located quickly

By Officer Adam Cravens, PIO
Columbia Police Department

The Columbia Police Department responded to a report of a stolen truck at Fivestar on Hudson Street oh Monday night, January 30, 2024.

After taking initial report and obtaining a description of the vehicle, the officer observed a pickup parked on Dohoney Trace where operator was attempting to get fuel.

Contact was made with the vehicle operator, and it was confirmed as the stolen truck. A male was taken into custody without incident. A .45 caliber firearm was also located inside the vehcile.


Tyler Roberts, 31, of Monticello, Kentucky, was charged with driving on a suspended operator license, theft by unlawful taking automobile, and possession of firearm by convicted felon.

Officer Holly Necessary was the arresting officer. She was assisted by Officer Trent Williams and The Adair County Sheriff's Office.


This story was posted on 2024-01-31 09:26:15
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