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How could 248 gallons of anything go missing without anyone noticing it?
Over the past several days, 248 gallons of diesel fuel somehow went missing from a local gas station. The fuel was reported as stolen at the Kangaroo Express on Old Fort Parkway in Murfreesboro.
To put 248 gallons in perspective, imagine 248 one gallon milk containers at your local grocery store. That is how much fuel was stolen.
A man from Naperville’s far southwest side and three associates are set to appear later this month in court, after being accused of stealing 120 gallons of gasoline and damaging a classroom trailer on the campus of Joliet Junior College.
Trey A. Hildebrand, 21, lives on the 5000 block of Switch Grass Lane, in Naperville’s High Meadow neighborhood. He and a friend, Adam S. Gronau, also 21, of Plainfield, were arrested and charged with burglary, theft, knowingly damaging property and possession of burglary tools, according to information posted on the Will County Jail website.
A supervisor and former police chief of a Montgomery County township has been charged with stealing on the job.
Frederick Ziegler, who retired as Douglass Township's police chief in 2004 after serving with the police department for more than 30 years, was arrested Tuesday on seven counts of theft and related charges after an investigation by the state attorney general's office.
Ziegler, 61, of the 100 block of Henry Road, began his second, six-year term on the Board of Supervisors in January. In previous years, he had served as board chairman.
The Cullman County Sheriff’s Office is requesting the public’s help in locating a man wanted for the theft of diesel fuel and forgery.
According to the sheriff’s office, Joshua Blanton Smith, 33, is believed to be hiding in the Cullman County area.
He was last seen driving a white, four-door 2005 GMC Sierra. Individuals are advised to not approach or attempt to apprehend the subject.
Instead, anyone who sees the subject should call the sheriff’s office at (256) 734-0342. A cash reward could be offered for callers leading to the arrest of Smith.
Two 31-year-old males from Brampton face a slew of charges sparked by an Aug. 5th investigation by Nottawasaga OPP of reported large quantities of diesel fuel being stolen from commercial and agricultural vehicles in the region.The OPP's Street Crime Unit had a description of a suspect vehicle, and it was determined that similar occurrences were being reported in Caledon/Peel and York Region."During the morning of Wednesday, August 27th, 2014, the suspect vehicle was located being driven on Highway 7, in Peel Region.
One of the men arrested in connection with a large-scale theft of fuel from an Ethel Texaco station last month appears to have fled the state after a Centralia couple arranged for him to get bailed out of jail before local authorities confirmed his true identity.