Hunter’s camera helps solve theft in Randolph County
SEAGROVE, N.C. — Officials say that two men were arrested and charged with theft after being caught on a camera used by deer hunters.
The Asheboro Courer-Tribune reported that Brad Anthony Christian, 25, and James Dexter Overman, Jr., 35, of Bennett Farm Road, Asheboro, were charged with dumping a toxic substance, second-degree trespassing, injury to real property, two counts possession of stolen goods, obtaining property by false pretense and larceny.
Overman was reportedly arrested on Nov. 26 and Christian turned himself into the Randolph County Sheriff’s Office on Dec. 13.
The paper reported that the heating and air-conditioning units were valued at $36,127.30 and the copper and steel tubes at $60.
Officials with the Seagrove Police Department say the items had already been sold and dismantled.
Read more: The Asheboro Courier-Tribune.
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