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Preliminary hearing set for former Caddo police chief

Durant Daily Democrat, is in Durant, OK
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Caddo, OK

A preliminary hearing has been set for the former Caddo police chief accused of stealing a firearm from the department’s evidence locker.

During a court conference Wednesday for Troy Glover, a preliminary hearing was set for March 8.

Glover, 38, was charged Dec. 12 with embezzlement following an investigation by the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation into allegations that Glover took a revolver that had been seized in a traffic stop and traded it to a man for another firearm.

Caddo Council terminated Glover during a special meeting last month.

Glover is free on bond.

In other crimes, Bryan County sheriff’s deputies have been busy investigating thefts during the past few days.

Rick Laymon, Foreman for Bryan County District No. 3, told Deputy Vinny Cacace that approximately 50 gallons of diesel fuel was stolen out of a road grader parked at the Old Blue Store.

A hay hauler owned by Douglas Parks was stolen at Eagle Lake Bottom Road, according to a report by Deputy Joey Welton Tucker. The hauler had dual hay spikes and silver rims, and was valued at $400.

Deputy Cacace investigated a burglary of a residence in the 3600 block of Silo Road. Crystal Pittman said that when she came home, she discovered he husband’s bow was missing from the garage. After entering the house, she saw that a computer, and several firearms had been stolen. There was no sign of forced entry.

A washer and dryer was stolen from Jessica Hamill’s trailer home in the 2700 block of North First Avenue. She told Deputy Cacace that when she arrived home, she saw that her front door was unlocked and a window had been opened.

Numerous items, including carburetors and wheels, have been stolen from Jerry Dickerson’s property on Maxwell Road, according to a report by Deputy Cacace. In a written statement, Dickerson said the thefts had been happening over the last four years.

A tool box containing numerous tools was stolen out of the Joseph Douglas Woods’ pickup in the 800 block of Upper West River Road, according to a report by Deputy Frank Burrola.

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