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CUMBERLAND COUNTY DEPUTIES RECOVER STOLEN BUSINESS TRUCK

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Cumberland County Deputies were able to recover a stolen business vehicle earlier this week. Officers were dispatched to Royal Oak on Highway 70 North for a stolen long-wheel base truck used by the company valued at $18,000. An employee saw the truck chained and being pulled by a black truck in the area. Both trucks were later found parked in a yard on George Branch Road. Authorities made contact with Bradley Dee Braziel who said that he bought the vehicle. He produced a bill-of-sale with his name and written in black ink. According to the report, Braziel said he did not recall the person he bought the truck from. Two registrations for the truck were found in Braziel’s wallet along with two black ink pens. Braziel, along with Nichole Larae Morgan and Edward Ray Johnson, were charged with theft.

picture posted is that of Bradley Braziel

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