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Stolen Fire Truck Stashed in CT Self-Storage Unit

A truck that was stolen from the Essex Fire Engine Co. #1 station on May 22 was found sticking out of a self-storage unit in Farmington, Conn., two days later.

June 19, 2009

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Stolen Fire Truck Stashed in CT Self-Storage Unit

A truck that was stolen from the Essex Fire Engine Co. #1 station on May 22 was found sticking out of a self-storage unit in Farmington, Conn., two days later. The 2006 emergency pickup was undamaged. Its discovery was reported to Farmington police by the self-storage owner, who also reported one of his own cars missing, a 2006 Honda Odyssey.
 
Police have charged Kevin Tucker, 45, of Plainville, Conn., with first-degree larceny, third-degree larceny and theft of a license plate. Additional charges are expected once the investigation is complete. Tucker allegedly stole the truck after running out of gas. He is being held on $45,000 bond until his next court appearance July 8.
 
Source: Valley Courier, Stolen Fire Truck Returned Unharmed

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