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Active Stolen Tractors, Trailers, Cargo Alerts

TRACER No.: 0328
Date Posted: 7/24/2014 7:00:11 AM
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VIN No.: Truck:
Trailer: 1W9H7532X8H157818
Year: Truck:
Trailer: 2008
Make: Truck:
Trailer: Wally Mo
Model: Truck:
Trailer Car Hauler
Color: Truck:
Trailer: Red
Tag No. & State: Truck:
Trailer: D00 7653, Michigan
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Characteristics:
Truck:
Trailer: $500 REWARD for information leading to recovery call 202-246-2698 with information.
Location theft occured: 600 Carlton Rd. Manheim Auctions ,
Carlton , Michigan
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TRACER No.: 0327
Date Posted: 7/22/2014 9:11:55 PM
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VIN No.: Truck: 1FUJA6CG83PK22304
Trailer: 1UYVS253X3U870707
Year: Truck: 2003
Trailer: 2003
Make: Truck: Freightliner
Trailer: Utility
Model: Truck: Conventional
Trailer Van Reefer
Color: Truck: White
Trailer: White
Tag No. & State: Truck: IC09IG, Georgia
Trailer: unk.
Distinguishing
Characteristics:
Truck: Truck has "New Beginning Transportation" on doors. $500 REWARD for information leading to recovery. Call 202-246-2698 with information.
Trailer: Trailer has 100T on sides
Location theft occured: Farmers Market ,
Pompano Beach , Florida
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TRACER No.: 0326
Date Posted: 7/22/2014 8:59:14 PM
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VIN No.: Truck:
Trailer: 1JJV532WX9L314817
Year: Truck:
Trailer: 2009
Make: Truck:
Trailer: Wabash
Model: Truck:
Trailer Thermoking Reefer
Color: Truck:
Trailer: White
Tag No. & State: Truck:
Trailer: 483773ST, Florida
Distinguishing
Characteristics:
Truck:
Trailer: Trailer has #420 on front and rear of trailer. $500 REWARD for information leading to recovery call 202-246-2698
Location theft occured: ,
Odessa , Florida
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Date: 7/2/2014 1:59:11 PM

Truck Thief Kills Driver


Edmonton News: Police have identified a man wanted in connection with the fatal hit-and-run in which a north Edmonton dad was mowed down by his own truck. Jonathan Jake Cardinal is facing numerous charges — including manslaughter — in connection with the death of Adam Groves, 33. Cardinal, 31, who is believed to be in Edmonton, is not to be approached and is considered to be a danger to the public as well as himself. “We have some ideas and we’re getting information. We just need somebody to tell us where he is and obviously somebody knows. We’re looking for somebody to come forward ... and help us to get this individual off the street,” said Edmonton Police chief Rod Knecht. It was around 9 a.m. last Friday when a man running from police jumped into Groves’ blue pickup business truck that was running in front of his home. One officer on foot about 100 metres away witnessed Groves jump onto the back of the truck while it was reversing, fatally running over the dad of two. The driver fled from the northeast Edmonton condo complex at 29 Street and 116A Avenue. Groves’ truck was recovered around 6:30 p.m. that same day, but the suspect remained at large Thursday night. Police obtained a three-minute video of the suspect in a liquor store near 45 Street and 118 Avenue taken around 1:40 a.m. Friday, along with a brief dash-cam video of the truck driving away from the scene. The man fled in another stolen truck in the area of Rundle Park with a woman when two police officers gave chase, one of them capturing the woman. The other officer was running after the suspect when he saw Groves struck down. Groves leaves behind a wife, and two children, aged 7 and 4. ​ Cardinal, of no fixed address, is wanted on Canada-wide warrants for manslaughter, criminal negligence causing death, failing to stop at the scene of an accident and theft over $5,000. He is described as an aboriginal male, about five-feet-10, weighing 180 pounds with a medium build and medium-length brown/black hair. Cardinal has spent time in and out of jail for several driving convictions including disqualified driving, impaired driving, failing to stop a vehicle and dangerous operation of a vehicle. He’s also been convicted of assaulting a peace officer and evading police.

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Date: 6/20/2014 10:08:03 AM

Makeshift Bomb Explodes Near Power Plant


AZCentral: A makeshift bomb exploded at a Nogales, Ariz., power plant Wednesday morning, damaging a large fuel tank and prompting an investigation by the FBI and federal bomb experts. Local officials were alerted at 9:30 a.m. to "suspicious activity" at UniSource Energy Services' Valencia Plant. The explosion damaged a diesel storage tank, but there were no reports of injuries and authorities said they knew of no suspects or witnesses. Officials closed off the power plant and an adjacent car dealership on North Grand Avenue. The FBI, the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives and the Arizona Department of Public Safety were called. Wednesday evening, agents were still processing the scene. Arizona Corporation Commission spokeswoman Rebecca Wilder said there were no power disruptions and the plant received only minor damage. "The reason for the high-scale response is the plant is an electrical substation and critical to the area," Nogales police Lt. Carlos Jimenez said, explaining that as many as 30,000 customers depend on the plant for power. "The whole city of Nogales could have been compromised," he added. Authorities described the explosive as "a suspicious device" but would not elaborate. The fuel did not ignite, Jimenez said. Plant operator UES is a subsidiary of Tucson-based UNS Energy Corp., the parent of Tucson Electric Power. UES provides energy to 237,000 customers in Arizona, according to the company website.

 

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