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Virginia PCO Haddox Catches Thief on Tape

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Robert Haddox, owner of Global Pest Services, Chesapeake, Va., installed a surveillance camera at his business that captured video of a thief stealing one of this trailers, WAVY-TV 10 reports.

| June 10, 2010

CHESAPEAKE, Va. - Robert Haddox, owner of Global Pest Services, Chesapeake, Va., installed a surveillance camera at his business that captured video of a thief stealing one of this trailers, WAVY-TV 10 reports.

On May 22, someone stole his Bri-Mar dumping trailer, valued at about $6,000. Haddox hopes the surveillance video taken of the suspect on May 22 leads police to the thief and maybe both trailers.

The article also noted that since Haddox moved his Global Pest Services company to a different location two years ago, it's the second trailer he has lost. "February of this year, the Chesapeake sheriff's deputy came by and stole the plates off my vehicle and used them in a bank robbery."

That former deputy is John Keane. He pleaded guilty nearly two weeks ago to robbing a bank. He will be sentenced in August.

Click here to read the entire article.

Source: WAVY TV-10

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