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Thursday, November 17, 2011

More stolen goods found on Jeremy Mayfield's property

CATAWBA (Hickory Daily Record) - Investigators returned to Jeremy Mayfield’s home with another search warrant Wednesday morning, this time seizing furniture from his home on Hudson Chapel Road in Catawba.

The Catawba County Sheriff’s Office first served a search warrant on Mayfield’s home on Nov. 1, with officers from Lincoln and Iredell counties. While at his home, they took photos of items at Mayfield’s house, said Catawba County Sheriff Coy Reid.

Wednesday’s search warrant was issued by the Hudson Police Department.

“When we served our search warrant, the victims IDed it as theirs,” he said of the furniture. “Hudson police had probable cause from a case in February.”

Reid called the items “high dollar furniture,” that were primarily chairs and couches.


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