Sgt. Neal Investigates Thefts On Iconium Rd.
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Cannon County Sheriff’s Sgt. Randy Neal was dispatched to 1695 Iconium Rd. on May 19 in reference to the purported theft of a vehicle.

Upon arrival he spoke with Linda Farless, who stated that Corey McNeese’s truck had been stolen.

Sgt. Neal then spoke with McNeese, who said the truck (a 1993 Chevy S14) was his but was still registered in Farless’ name because he had not gotten the title transferred. He said the red truck was at his residence the night of May 18 at 10:30 p.m. but when he got up it was gone.

McNeese said a blue and orange mountain bike was in the back of the truck.

The vehicles were each valued at $750.

In another incident, Sgt. Neal was dispatched to 975 Iconium Rd. on May 18 in reference to a reported theft from a vehicle.

Upon arrival he spoke with Judy Spray, who stated that someone had broken the back glass window of her truck and had stolen the radio unit.

Spray said her truck was at her son’s house overnight and the incident occurred between the hours of 10 p.m. May 17 and 6 a.m. May 18.

Estimated loss for the radio and broken window is $1,700.


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