Stolen Property Recovered, Subject Arrested, Vehicle Still Sought

Stolen Property Recovered, Subject Arrested, Vehicle Still Sought

From the Office of DeKalb County Sheriff Nick Welden:

On Thursday, May 30th – the DeKalb County Sheriff’s Office Investigation Division executed a search warrant at 360 Old McVille Road, Crossville.

The search warrant stemmed from the Burglary, and also Theft of a large amount of property from a residence in the Whiton community that had been reported on May 19th.

During that search warrant – a large amount of reported stolen property from the residence was recovered – and returned to the victims the same day.  Marshall County Sheriff’s Office Investigators responded – and they also assisted in the recovery of the stolen items.

On May 31st, warrants for THEFT OF PROPERTY 1st Degree (x2), THEFT OF PROPERTY 3rd Degree and BURGLARY 3rd Degree, was issued for 62 Jimmy Dale Cagle of Crossville; investigators then served those warrants on Cagle later that same day – and he was booked into the DeKalb County Detention Center on a $40,000 total property bond.

The victims in this case also reported:  a red, single cab, step-side 1994 Chevrolet C-1500 4×2 (Alabama Tag 28-B-10-B-8) – stolen from the same residence; this vehicle was not recovered during the search warrant and is still being sought by Investigators.

The investigation is still on-going – and additional charges against other individuals may be pending.

[Pictured below is a stock photo of the stolen vehicle that is still being sought.  This is a stock photo only and not the actual vehicle.]

DeKalb County Sheriff Nick Welden said of the incident: “I am so thankful for the hard work our Investigators and Marshall County Sheriff’s Office put in to be able to return these stolen items to the rightful owner.  It is a shame that some people think that they have the right to go out and take what others have worked hard for, but we have zero tolerance for theft in DeKalb County.”  He added – “If you have any information on the truck that is still missing, call our office at (256) 845-3801.”  


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