ROBERTSON COUNTY, Tenn. (WKRN) — Thanks to a joint investigation between two Robertson County law enforcement agencies, a man has been taken into custody in connection with a trailer theft in Springfield and a burglary in Adams.

The Robertson County Sheriff’s Office said it helped the Springfield Police Department recover a stolen trailer in Adams on Tuesday, Nov. 1 following a reported theft in Springfield.

According to officials, Robertson County deputies and Springfield officers executed a search warrant at an Adams home, where they discovered evidence linking 30-year-old Bradley Eugene Baggett to the trailer theft.

In addition, authorities said they found property that was reported stolen in a recent burglary in Adams. Investigators are working to return the property to its owner.

Bradley Eugene Baggett (Source: Robertson County Detention Facility)

Baggett is reportedly being held in the Robertson County Detention Facility for the following charges:

  • One count of burglary
    • $10,000 bond
  • Four counts of theft of property under $500
    • $3,000 bond for each count
  • One count of theft of property over $2,500
    • $13,000 bond
  • One count of theft of property over $10,000
    • $30,000 bond

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