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THOMASVILLE, GA (WALB) - A Cairo man is back in Thomasville to face multiple charges including stealing a truck he previously owned.

33-year-old Phillip Bevard was released from the Grady County Jail this week on a $15,000 bond.

Last month, Bevard was shot three times in the shoulder after resisting arrest by Grady County deputies.

A ricocheted bullet and the truck Bevard was driving hit Grady County investigator Daniel Singletary. "The vehicle that was stolen from Walmart by Mr. Bevard was once owned by him. Was turned in by him to the other owner due to payment and he went back at a later date, discovered the vehicle at Walmart and took it at that time," said Public Information Officer Lt. Eric Hampton.

Investigators say Singletary plans to return to work next week and will make a full recovery. Bevard remains in the Thomas County Jail.

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