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By Jim Wallace - bio | email

ALBANY, GA (WALB) –A Leesburg man and woman wanted for stealing a construction trailer are now in jail.

35 year old Jason Griffin and Brittany Sizemore were arrested at a house in the 1600 block of

Palmyra Road Thursday afternoon.

They are charged with stealing an 18 foot trailer from a construction site in that same area January 17th.

They are also wanted by Lee and Terrell County authorities on other theft warrants.

Police also arrested the man who lived at that home, Jason Kimbell, because they found drugs in his pocket. After getting a search warrant, drug agents also found a small amount of meth, marijuana, and oxycodone pills in the house.


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