Man driving on highway spots his own stolen car | Arkansas Blog

Sunday, April 13, 2014

Man driving on highway spots his own stolen car

Posted By on Sun, Apr 13, 2014 at 8:30 AM

A man driving in Izard County was shocked after he saw his own car — which was supposed to be at home in his garage in Baxter County — in front of him on the highway, being towed on a trailer. 

The Baxter County Sheriff tells KAIT that once the man spotted his car, he called the Sheriff's office, and then followed the truck towing the trailer until it stopped before confronting the man. Police say Danny Aubrey Sturgis, the man allegedly at the wheel of the truck, was later arrested and confessed to deputies that he stole the car, another car, a boat and a trailer. He's been charged with several felony counts.

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