Fulton County Sheriff’s Office make arrests relating to stolen vehicle; Another goes missing
The Fulton County Sheriff’s Office has reported that a stolen vehicle has been recovered as a separate one goes missing. On Monday, February 24, 2014 the Fulton County Sheriff’s Office responded to a stolen vehicle report on State Route 239 in the Jordan Community. James Thorpe of Union City, TN stated a 2003 Chevrolet, 2500 HD Diesel pickup truck, silver in color, with TN registration 393-KXN was stolen at his farm shop located on Hwy 239.
A white female was seen in the area and the vehicle she was driving was found abandoned across the TN state line. The female has been identified but is not from this area and is a person of interest.
If you have any information about this crime please contact the Fulton County Sheriff’s Office at 270-236-2545. All tips will remain completely confidential.
On Tuesday, February 25, 2014 at approximately 8 AM the Fulton County Sheriff’s Office was notified about an abandoned vehicle on Roper School Road. Once the deputy arrived it was determined that the vehicle a 2009 Dodge Journey with Arkansas registration had been stolen from Paragould, AK sometime between 02/21/14 & 02/23/14. The vehicle was recovered and transported back to the FCSO where the investigation continued. Officers went to the Indian Hills Apt complex in Hickman where several individuals were interviewed. Two male’s subjects were detained and brought to the FCSO for interviews at which time them confessed to having possession of the vehicle and charges were filed.
Garza and Wilson were charged with the following.
Erick Garza (Hispanic Male) DOB – 09/25/92 of Paragould, AK was charged with receiving stolen property $10,000.00 or more.
Anthony Kyle Wilson (White Male) DOB – 04/19/87 of Paragould, AK was charged with receiving stolen property $10,000.00 or more.
Both subjects are currently lodged in the Fulton County Detention Center on a $5000.00 cash bond.
Sheriff Hopper would like to thank the citizens for the tips that assisted us in apprehending these individuals. All tips remain completely confidential.
NOTE: All subjects are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.