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Crime 1 arrest after truck and dog are stolen; dog remains missing

16:15  03 january  2020
16:15  03 january  2020 Source:   msn.com

Man killed by his own truck on New Year's Eve, Plano police say

  Man killed by his own truck on New Year's Eve, Plano police say A man was found dead in the middle of a Plano street on New Year's Eve. Authorities say some party-goers were leaving a Plano neighborhood when they noticed a man lying in the middle of the street and called police.

One of the dogs was later found but the other remains missing . Cindy Garrett and her husband, Scott, live in Roanoke, Alabama but have recently been The truck that was stolen is a white 2017 GMC Sierra. Anyone with information about the stolen vehicle or the stolen dogs should contact the

One of the dogs was later found but the other remains missing . Cindy Garrett and her husband, Scott, live in Roanoke, Alabama but have recently been The truck that was stolen is a white 2017 GMC Sierra. Anyone with information about the stolen vehicle or the stolen dogs should contact the

NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) — Police in South Carolina have made an arrest after a man's truck was stolen with his dog inside it, but the dog remains missing.

This undated photo provided by Ben Brengle shows his dog Bella. Brengle, of South Carolina, is offering $10,000 for the safe return of his dog after someone stole his truck with the pet inside. (Ben Brengle/Ben.aroundtheworld IG via AP)© Provided by Associated Press This undated photo provided by Ben Brengle shows his dog Bella. Brengle, of South Carolina, is offering $10,000 for the safe return of his dog after someone stole his truck with the pet inside. (Ben Brengle/Ben.aroundtheworld IG via AP)

Tips about the missing truck led authorities to Richard Rawlings Jr., who was arrested Thursday after a manhunt through a wooded area in Berkeley County, sheriff’s Chief Deputy Jeremy Baker told news outlets. Rawlings is charged with possessing the stolen truck and was set to appear in court Friday morning.

Tractor-trailer with military family’s belongings found in Manteca

  Tractor-trailer with military family’s belongings found in Manteca A man was arrested in connection with the theft of a tractor-trailer that was stolen in Stockton, according to the California Highway Patrol. Michael Travis Forward, of Livingston, was arrested Dec. 31 after investigators conducted a search of his home and found 90% of the stolen items, officials said. Sign up for our Newsletters The 53-foot tractor-trailer was stolen Christmas Day in Stockton, and contained the belongings of three active-duty military families that were relocating. The property that was stolen was valued at over $100,000. Investigators found and recovered the stolen trailer on Dec. 28 in Manteca.

One of the dogs was later found but the other remains missing . Cindy Garrett and her husband, Scott, live in Roanoke, Alabama but have recently been The truck that was stolen is a white 2017 GMC Sierra. Anyone with information about the stolen vehicle or the stolen dogs should contact the

The family says they were passing through Indianapolis on their move from Illinois to Florida and had stopped to get gas when someone jumped into their

Ben Brengle, who owns the truck and the dog named Bella, said the suspect told authorities Bella jumped out of the truck's broken rear window when he stopped at a nearby mall shortly after the theft. Brengle is offering a $10,000 reward for the safe return of Bella, a 2-year-old yellow Labrador Retriever mix with a broken tail and pink nose.

The dog and truck were stolen Dec. 22 after Brengle, a contractor, stopped by a home improvement store in North Charleston. It was cold and rainy so Brengle said he left Bella in the truck with the engine running. He said he was only going inside to grab some lumber and his truck was feet from the store's entrance. By the time he returned three minutes later, his truck and pup were gone, he said.

Since then, Brengle says he's ridden his bicycle through the area every day to ask people if they've seen his truck or Bella. It was a tip from one of those excursions that led to the arrest, he said. He has posted information about Bella and the reward on social media.

32-year-old Revere man identified as person of interest in stabbing who was taken into custody on Route 1 in Saugus, state police say .
A 32-year-old Revere man was identified as the person of interest taken into custody with a stolen car Thursday morning for a domestic-related stabbing, Massachusetts State Police said. The man was allegedly driving a stolen Ford F-250 pickup truck south on Route 1 in Saugus near the Lynn Fells Parkway when he was spotted by a trooper. He was stopped by authorities and taken into custody without incident, state police said in a statement.The Revere resident will be booked at state police’s Danvers barracks, the statement said.The alleged stabbing occurred Wednesday night in Revere, state police said.

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