|Published: 9:00 AM, 12/03/2012
Author: Michael Thomason
Source: The Monroe County Advocate
A Philadelphia man and woman were
arrested Nov. 26 after it was discovered they had several Monroe
County Road signs in a shed behind their house.
Monroe County Road Superintendent Steve
Teague told Monroe County Sheriff's Deputy Tillman Steele one of
his employees had been told about the signs being at a house on Eve
Mill Road, between Sweetwater and Philadelphia.
The employee said he went to the house
and saw six to eight signs, including one from the intersection of
Seed Tick and Eve Mill roads.
Tillman went to the house and saw the
signs. He said he knocked on the door and talked to Natasha Lynn
Ramsey, who said she only knew of one sign, the one from Seed Tick
and Eve Mill that she and Christopher Hall carried to her house. She
said they were planning on putting it back later.
Tillman said he went to the shed with
Ramsey and Hall and showed them the signs. Hall insisted the couple
had only taken the one sign.
Hall, 25, and Ramsey, 20, were both
arrested and charged with theft over $500.
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