Stolen Tires Found at Church
GAINESVILLE - A Gainesville police sergeant stumbled upon a burgulary early this morning at a place where people worship.
The sergeant stopped a vehicle driving around the rear of Trinity United Mehtodist Church with two men, Jason Vargas and Joseph Johnson, and a minor inside.
After they gave him a suscipous story, the seregant checked the property and found 20 tires in the rear of the church with some of the rims cut out.
The tires were stolen from Hollander's Hydraulics on 441.
The trio told police they chose the church because it was secluded and had exterior electrical outlets on the church's storage building.
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