Two people wanted in connection with truck theft outside recovery processing center


Police are looking for two suspects in connection with a theft of a tractor-trailer that happened outside a treatment and recovery center already a focus of community concern.

Warrants for Ashli ​​M. Landrum, 43, and Douglas W. Anglin, 38, were issued Monday, Oct. 31, in Graves County, Kentucky, on charges of semi-criminal trespassing theft. Both had previous warrants for unrelated crimes, including robbery and felony drug charges. The semi-trailer was stolen on October 28 from a farm on Old Dublin Road.

According to… a witness reported seeing a man and a woman near the rig just before it was reported stolen on Friday morning. At 1:30 p.m. the same day, police found the truck abandoned at the picnic ground of St. Jerome’s Church at Fancy Farm. Other witnesses reported seeing a man and a woman get out of the truck before abandoning it.

Later that day, officers requested surveillance video from the Recovery Works processing center near where the truck was stolen and saw a man and woman leave the center after 7 a.m. and drive towards the semi-trailer.

Upon investigation, officers learned that the man and woman took the truck, dumped it at the church, then drove into a nearby business to use the phone to call the family to pick them up . They were recovered 4 hours later.

Police believe the two are in Frankfurt. The Recovery Works Treatment Center has been a concern in the surrounding community due to crime and other incidents in recent years, Graves County Sheriffs said.


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