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VEHICLE STOLEN IN PICKETT COUNTY RECOVERED IN CLINTON COUNTY, KY

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Yesterday, a vehicle was reported stolen from a business in Byrdstown, Tennessee. Pickett County Sheriff Dana Dowdy and deputies were able to obtain information that the vehicle was spotted in Wayne County, Kentucky. Officers with the Pickett County Sheriff’s Office, Wayne County, Kentucky Sheriffs Office, and Clinton County, Kentucky Sheriffs Office searched the area for the vehicle, but was unable to locate it.

Today, Clinton County Sheriff Jim Guffey received information that the vehicle was spotted in the Cumberland City community in Clinton County. Sheriff Guffey was in that area and was able to respond and noticed the vehicle pulling in to a residence. Sheriff Guffey was able to apprehend one suspect upon approaching the vehicle, but the other fled on foot. Officers with the Clinton County Sheriff’s Office, Kentucky State Police, and officers with the Pickett County Sheriff’s Office responded to the scene to assist. Sheriff Guffey was able to apprehend the other individual after tracking them through the woods close to the residence. Officers did not initially release the identity of the two arrested.

Sheriff Dowdy and the Pickett County Sheriff’s Office would like to thank Wayne County Sheriff’s Office, Sheriff Guffey and the Clinton County Sheriff’s Office, Kentucky State Police, and all others who assisted with locating the vehicle.

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