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Pair Charged With Four-Wheeler Thefts

By Caitlyn Jones
By cjones@wbbjtv.com

Two men in Henderson County are accused of stealing several items that are both large in price and in size.

Deputies said Anthony Phoenix and James Moody are accused of breaking into a home and taking three, four-wheelers, two weed eaters, and other items from inside.

They were originally arrested by Decatur County deputies for an unrelated theft, and officers there found one of the stolen four- wheelers in their possession. Captain Tracey Grisham of the Henderson County Sheriff's Department said they found the rest of the items through a confession of one of the men.

"He says he piggy-backed with the front wheels of the small one on the rack of one of the larger ones and drove away pulling the small one," said Capt. Grisham.

Both the men are charged with aggravated burglary, burglary, and theft of property over $1,000. Moody is free on $10,000 bond while Phoenix remains in custody without bond.

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