Stolen Trailer Found

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Updated: 12/12/2013 5:42 pm
The Laurel Sheriff’s Office was dispatched to a possible traffic accident Thursday on Hal Rogers Parkway.

The crash involved a truck pulling a trailer that had reportedly overturned.

The Sheriff’s a Office says they found no crash--just trailer that had apparently broke loose from a hitch on a white Ford Expedition, and the trailer had ran into the eastbound ditch line.

Deputies say the people said they bought the trailer on Craigs' List for $100.

The Laurel County Deputies ran the trailer's V.I.N. and learned it was stolen.

Deputies arrested the driver 19-year-old Cody L. Crowe. He was charged with Theft By Unlawful Taking and the passenger. Also charged 20-year-old Johna R. Caudill, he was charged with: Receiving Stolen Property under $10,000.



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