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February 23, 2004

Albany-- David Lee Jordan has been arrested for stealing at least 20 utility trailers in four South Georgia counties. The 29-year-old Jordan, of Albany, is charged with stealing trailers in Dougherty, Worth, Turner, and Grady Counties.

He was caught selling utility trailers at a flea market, when the owner spotted his stolen trailer. Now Investigators are asking people who bought the trailers from Jordan to return them, so charges will not be filed.

"It won't be [as simple] if we have to show up and take it back from them," said Dougherty Co. Police Investigator Danny Ball. "That's why we are asking everybody who bought one, or bought anything from him since May 2003 to contact us."

Jordan has admitted stealing the trailers, and is cooperating with Police recovering the stolen property. He is being held in the Dougherty County jail.

posted at 3:35PM by dave.miller@walb.com

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