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Sharp County Sheriffs Dept.
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SGT. KEN GUIDRY, DEPUTY GERALD ...
SGT. KEN GUIDRY, DEPUTY GERALD TRAW AND CAVE CITY POLICE CHIEF AARON PRESSER EXECUTED A SEARCH WARRANT AT CRAIG REED'S RESIDENCE LOCATED AT 763 DUNCAN ROAD IN POUGHKEEPSIE.
Deputy Coble had the vehicle towed ...
Deputy Coble had the vehicle towed and later relayed this information to Deputy Gerald Traw who received a complaint of a breaking and entering that had occurred near Evening Shade.
Deputy Traw began investigating this incident and eventually tied the two men to the breaking and entering.
Deputy Traw obtained a search warrant for the subjects vehicle and was able to recover $350.00 worth of stolen property from the vehicle.
Approximately $230.00 worth of property damage was also reported during the break in of the victim's truck and trailer.
All the property was positively identified by the victim and then returned.
Deputy Traw completed an affidavit charging Mr. Kupfner with two counts of Breaking and Entering and one count of theft of property.
and Deputy Gerald ...
and Deputy Gerald Traw
On February 16th, 2010, Deputy Gerald Traw responded to River Bend Park to investigate multiple burglaries of camper trailers at the park.
Deputy Traw gathered information on the 25 trailers that had been burglarized.
initial investigation he
learned that two golf carts were missing.
Mark Counts and Sharp County Deputy ...
Mark Counts and Sharp County Deputy Gerald Traw examine stolen golf carts recovered from Cherokee Village.
On Feb.16, following an investigation by Sharp County Deputy Gerald Traw into the burglary of 25 trailers located in Riverbend Park, he also learned that two golf carts had been reported missing from the park at the same time as the burglaries.
ASH FLAT - While Sharp County ...
ASH FLAT - While Sharp County Deputy Gerald Traw was investigating burglaries of camper trailers at River Bend Park just west of Hardy on Tuesday, Cherokee Village officers came across two men pushing golf carts in the village.
"While Deputy Traw gathered information on the 25 trailers that had been burglarized ... he learned that two golf carts were missing," Sheriff Dale Weaver said.