Neighbor Helps Deputies Catch Crooks
MARION COUNTY- A Good Samaritan helped deputies capture three people who they say burglarized a Marion County home. On Monday afternoon, earl Moorman was driving on the 66-hundred block of Northwest First Avenue when he noticed a white car parked in his neighbor's driveway. Moorman said he'd never seen the car in the area so he became suspicious. Soon after, he saw two men carrying several items out of the house. When Moorman confronted the suspects, they immediately drove off.
"He started following them, which is not something that we would encourage, people to do, but in this particular case it really helped us out because he was able to give us updates as to what their current location was," said Capt. James Pogue who is the Marion County Sheriff’s Office Public Information Officer
Marion County Sheriff deputies arrested Bill Wayne Oliver, Terry Ray Harris, and Holly Marissa Palm. Moorman said the reason he followed the suspects is because he's tired of the burglaries in the area. The victim tells us he hadn't met Moorman until yesterday, but appreciates his courage. All the stolen items were returned to the owners.
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