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04/07/2017

Quick response leads to arrest of two 18 year olds

On April 6, 2017 at approximately 2:10 PM David Ogle was mowing Volman Cemetery. Ogle was approximately 60 yards from his truck and trailer, his Honda side by side was loaded on the trailer. Ogle noticed someone was on his side by side driving it off of his trailer. The Thief (Chase Hill, 18 yrs old) of Conway took off on the side by side headed east on Old Dixie Rd. Mr. Ogle ran to his truck and took off after the thief, about a ½ of a mile from Volman Cemetery, Old Dixie Rd. makes a hard left turn and after that turn Old Dixie Rd. has a long straight stretch. After Mr. Ogle made that turn, his side by side was nowhere in sight. Mr. Ogle called City Officer Josh Cole who relayed to Perry County Dispatch of the incident. Deputy Nick Kincade, Sheriff Montgomery, Inv. Keenan Carter searched roads in the area where the side by side was last seen. County Judge Davis and Road Foreman Brett Ryles brought the counties side by side.

Chief Deputy John Nichols, Game and Fish Officer Robbie Stout, Sheriff Montgomery, Deputy Kincade along with Judge Davis searched the trail that the tire tracks from the side by side went down. About a ½ of a mile down the trail Mr. Ogle’s side by side was found with the keys gone out of it. After we got Mr. Ogle’s side by side towed out and got it loaded, Judge Davis and Brett Ryles was returning the County’s side by side when they saw two young men walking east on Harris Farm Road. Harris Farm Road is approximately 3 miles from where the side by side was found. They pointed the two young men out to Deputy Kincade, who then made contact with them. Casey Hill was wearing clothing and had the same color of hair that matched the suspect described by Mr. Ogle, he also had fresh scratches on him, indications of someone who had just walked through woods.

Chief Deputy John Nichols arrived to Deputy Kincade’s location and Mirandized the two young men. The two men Casey Hill and Austin Mayo (18 yrs old) of Conway also admitted to stealing the side by side. Hill stole it and picked Mayo up right afterwards. The two also stole two bicycles from a residence approximately ¾ of a mile of where they hid the side by side and then they hid the two bicycles behind a shop on Old Dixie Road. Hill told Officer Stout were he hid the key to the side by side, Officer Stout went to the location Hill stated and recovered the key.

After further interviews it was revealed that the young men had been on a stealing spree; they broke into a hunting lease in Pulaski County, broke into a house in Conway and stole $3,000.00 in cash, stole two more bicycles in the Toad Suck area and broke into a house in Toad Suck area. They have been charged with Felony Theft of Property and Misdemeanor Theft of Property. They are being held in the Perry County Jail awaiting a bond hearing, also they will have other charges pending in Conway and Pulaski County. State Police Troopers Kevin Growns and Jake Farnham also assisted in the search and arrest of the two young men.

Sheriff Montgomery stated “ the side by side was recovered with minimum damage and the two were arrested thanks to a swift response by everyone involved”.

 
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