Clarksville man steals truck; gets turned in by mother

33-year-old Andrew Freeman was charged with theft of property in regards to a 2002 Ford F-150 truck that was stolen from a business on Jardco Drive that was valued at $4,000. The vehicle was found abandoned at Creekbend Mobile Home Park nearly a month later.

On March 27th, Andrew Freeman stole a 2002 Ford F-150 truck from a business complex at 1764 Jardco Drive. Law enforcement, alongside Detective John Neal, recovered the missing vehicle in the proximity of Creekbend Mobile Home Park on April 23rd.

Andrew Freeman (MCSO)

Upon further investigation, detectives were told by Freeman’s mother the Chevy truck had been crashed days before. Following the crash, Freeman replaced the plates with that of the Ford F-150, per the affidavit.

After being caught driving the F-150 via video surveillance, Freeman admitted to the knowledge of the car being stolen. The thief claimed to begin driving the Ford on April 21st, picking it up at a storage unit in Oak Grove, KY following the crash of his own truck days before.

On May 14th, Andrew Freeman was arrested and charged with theft of property. His bond was set at $25,000.

Blaine Kellar

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