The Pickens County Sheriff’s Office has charged a man from Six Mile in the theft of a stolen bread truck while it was parked at the Dollar General Store located at 2308 Liberty Hwy.
Sheriff’s deputies responded to the report of a truck having been stolen from the parking lot of the Dollar General at approximately 8:30am on Thursday, May 17, 2018. Witnesses at the business stated that an unknown man had walked up to the store and moments later he was observed driving away in the vehicle at a high rate of speed.
The stolen 2013 Isuzu box truck valued at approximately $45,000.00 was loaded with bread at the time of the theft.
The Sheriff’s Office developed several leads throughout the morning and the vehicle was located at a residence on Mountain View Church Rd. late last night.
Sheriff’s deputies arrested Kyle Daniel Moon (27yoa) of Six Mile at the residence after the investigation revealed that Moon was positively identified as the man that had originally stolen the vehicle and later drove it to Mountain View Rd.
It was at this location that witnesses stated Moon proceeded to distribute the bread products from the vehicle to various individuals just prior to being arrested.
Mr. Moon is expected to be arraigned by a Pickens County Magistrate later today.
A mug shot has been attached to this release.
The Pickens County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s assistance in identifying two men involved in the theft of over 200 feet of copper wire that belonged to AT&T.
The investigation was initiated on Tuesday, May 8, 2018 after AT&T personnel discovered that an operational phone cable had been cut and removed from an overhead line system located on Dacusville Highway near North Ballard Drive. The copper is valued in excess of $2000.00.
The Sheriff’s Office has obtained multiple images of two men believed to be the suspects in this incident.
Detectives are requesting that anyone with information that could assist in the identification of these men in the attached photos to please contact the Pickens County Sheriff’s Office at (864) 898-5501 or call Crime Stoppers at 1-888-CRIMESC.