An investigation by Gadsden County sheriff’s investigators after the arrests of Charles Jerome Hayes and Homer Renard Garner for dealing in stolen property last week continues to net more stolen property and the possibility of future arrests.
Over 20 zero-turn lawn mowers have been confiscated so far and more are expected to be picked up.
Also confiscated have been several flatbed trailers, a Bobcat excavator, two tractors with backhoes and front-end loaders, and a commercial-grade excavator.
“A thank you goes to all of the people who have helped by coming forward with information in this case,” Major Shawn Wood said.
This is an ongoing investigation, he explained, and more arrests are expected.
A Kabota diesel four-wheel drive all-terrain vehicle and zero-turn mowers are shown in storage at the GCSO.
He asked that if anyone has information concerning missing zero-turn lawn mowers and tractors that they contact the GCSO investigators at 850-627-9231.
“We would appreciate any help from the public concerning this case,” Wood said.
The Herald will continue to monitor this evolving case and will report any new developments that occur before the next issue on our web page at www.havanaherald.net and our Havana Herald Facebook page.