Laura L. Green : “Greenfield Woman Arrested for Stealing Vehicle from Senior Center Parking Lot”

Death – Obituary – Accident and Crime News : Greenfield Woman Arrested for Stealing Vehicle from Senior Center Parking Lot in Hardin

The Calhoun County Sheriff’s Office has successfully apprehended a Greenfield woman who allegedly stole a vehicle from the Senior Center parking lot in Hardin. The incident took place on Friday afternoon, prompting an immediate response from the Sheriff’s Office.

According to a press release issued by the Sheriff’s Office, the complaint regarding the stolen motor vehicle was received just after 2 PM. Deputy Nic McCall swiftly arrived at the scene and commenced an intensive investigation to locate the stolen vehicle, which was identified as a white 2010 Ford truck.

Thanks to the assistance of vigilant Hardin residents, Deputy McCall was able to locate and recover the stolen vehicle within a mere three hours of the initial report. The alleged suspect was apprehended at the same time. After the vehicle was recovered, it was promptly returned to its rightful owner.

Following a thorough investigation, Laura L. Green, a 46-year-old resident of Greenfield, was arrested and cited for possession of a stolen motor vehicle and theft over $10,000. The arrest was carried out without incident, and Green was subsequently booked and released from the Calhoun County Sheriff’s Office. She has been issued a notice to appear in court, although charges have yet to be filed in Calhoun County Circuit Court, as confirmed by online court records.

In light of this incident, Calhoun County Sheriff Bill Heffington urges the public to remain vigilant by locking their car doors and removing valuable items from unattended vehicles. Heffington also expressed gratitude to the public for their cooperation in helping resolve this case and encouraged them to continue reporting any suspicious activities to the Sheriff’s Office or Two Rivers Crime Stoppers.

It is essential for residents to take necessary precautions to safeguard their vehicles and belongings. By staying vigilant and promptly reporting any suspicious activities, the community can work together to combat theft and ensure the safety of their possessions. The Calhoun County Sheriff’s Office remains committed to serving and protecting the community, and will continue to investigate and respond to incidents promptly.

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