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Man arrested in trailer theft case

Jerrod Perkins Trulock  (Source: Thomas County Sheriff's Office) Jerrod Perkins Trulock (Source: Thomas County Sheriff's Office)
Peanut trailers are missing (Source: Thomas County Sheriff's Office) Peanut trailers are missing (Source: Thomas County Sheriff's Office)
THOMASVILLE, GA (WALB) -

Thomas County Sheriff's Office says that a wanted man is now in custody. 

Sheriff's Investigators were looking for Jerrod Perkins Trulock in connection with multiple thefts of peanut trailers. 

Trulock is believed to be responsible for over 35 thefts of these type trailers in Thomas, Grady, and Mitchell Counties. 

Deputies put out a call for information on Trulock, and he was arrested within about an hour.

 

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