Thursday, June 13, 2013

Constable Charged
A Washington County Constable has been indicted by a grand jury accused of stealing a bike from the back of a truck. Joshua Layne Burleson was elected as a constable in August, but he was breaking the law in early September when he allegedly took the Santa Fe Bike from the back of the truck. He later sold the bike to a pawnshop and signed the ticket as the owner. The bike was valued at 4-thousand dollars. Burleson claimed he found the bike in Gray and held on to it for a time before deciding to pawn it. He is facing two felony counts, one for breaking into the truck, the second for stealing the bike. Burleson appears in court on July 22, he did turn himself into police and is out on a 10-thousand dollar bond. (CC)

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