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Tuesday, November 06, 2018

Crumbley charged with computer theft
Culminating a four week long investigation by the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office, Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, and investigators with Bush Bros, a Jefferson City man has been charged with theft over $250,000.00. Sheriff Jeff Coffey said John David Crumbley,44, Valley Creek Rd. was taken into custody by sheriff's department detectives on Saturday. The arrest came following a traffic stop as the suspect left Bush Bros on Highway 92. In early October, management with Bush Bros. told detectives that they were missing computer equipment from a supply-room. The investigation led investigators to Crumbley who had allegedly taken various amounts of computer equipment valued at more than $250,000.00 from the Bush Bros plant since 2017. Management from the firm alerted Chief Deputy Ronny Coleman on Saturday that another theft had just occurred. Chief Coleman, Det. Sgt. Mitch Buckner, and Deputy Randy Humbard conducted the traffic stop as Crumbley left the facility. Sheriff Coffey said the stop revealed approximately $25,000.00 worth of equipment inside the Crumbley vehicle. The suspect was arrested and transported to the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office.


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