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Classic Car Theft Yields Quick Arrest PDF Print
Written by Steve Frank   
Friday, 25 October 2013 14:25

Caldwell Sheriff Alan Jones announced that on Friday, October 25th, an investigation into the Theft of a 1968 Mustang that was reported to the Sheriff’s Office on Thursday, October 24th has led to the arrest of Paul Thomas Marsh Jr.  The car was taken during the night from a garage on the Collettsville Road that belonged to the victim. Investigators along with the assistance of the Patrol Division were able to develop early leads in the case which led Deputies to a Wooded Area behind the residence of Marsh where the car was located just after Midnight, less than 18 hours from the time the car was reported as stolen.  The 1968 Mustang valued at $40,000.00 has been recovered and will be returned to the owner.  The investigation in to this theft is ongoing and more charges are expected.  The sheriff requested information from the public related to this theft, asking to contact Detective D. Philyaw or Detective J. Soesbee with the Caldwell County Sheriff’s Office Investigations Division at 828-759-1554, or to remain Anonymous, call the Caldwell County Crime Stoppers line, 828-758-8300.  Paul Thomas Marsh Jr., of 2465 Collettsville Road Lenoir, has been charged with 1 Count of Felony Possession of a Stolen Motor Vehicle and was placed in the Caldwell County Detention Center under a total of $25,000.00 in secured Bonds.  His first appearance is scheduled for Monday in District Court in Lenoir.

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