Three people in Inglis arrested for putting stolen items up for sale
Just a week before Black Friday, a group of thieves tried to cash in on stolen goods through a yard sale.
Levy County deputies arrested Noah Bevins, 38, of Inglis, after they received a tip about a stolen motorcycle Friday.
Bevins admitted to stealing a 1999 Harley Davidson Super Glide that he hid behind a residence on Debra Avenue in Inglis, deputies said.
The owner of the motorcycle noticed it was missing the following day when he saw someone had broken into his storage container, deputies said. The owner later told deputies that he had been out of town on Friday, and he didn't allow anyone to use his motorcycle. The owner also reported additional missing items.
Deputies later learned that Mark Boatwright, 43, and Briana Crowder, 25, were holding a roadside yard sale with the owner's stolen items up for sale.
Bevins was charged with grand theft. He is being held in the Levy County Jail with a posted bond costing $5,000. Boatwright and Crowder have been charged with burglary, grand theft and dealing with stolen property. Both are also being held in the county jail on posted bonds each set at $25,000.
There have been reported thefts from the Inglis area, deputies said. Deputies also believe other people may be involved as well.