Deputies Bust Multi-County Theft Ring

By: Gabrielle Sarann Email
By: Gabrielle Sarann Email

Troy Sirmans, 41, Robert Kier Jr., 38, and Cedric Bell, 35, were arrested for stealing $43,000 worth of stolen guns, a 16-foot trailer valued at $2,500 and a Yamaha Rhino estimated at $10,300, according to Echols County Sheriff Randy Courson.

Investigators say these men stole property from eight Georgia and five Florida counties over the course of a year.

All three men are charged with multiple counts of stealing.

Sirmans and Kier are behind bars at the Lowndes County Jail, and Bell is being held at the Coffee County Jail.

Lowndes County Sheriff Chris Prine and Coffee County Sheriff Jerry Pope also assisted with this investigation.

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  • by Charles Location: Lowndes on Feb 6, 2011 at 10:00 AM
    Yeah, one has been back on the streets for weeks selling cocaine. I hear his mother or relative works at sheriffs department. He is given immunity to do what he wants
  • by tax payer Location: echols on Nov 22, 2010 at 02:24 PM
    yea jan they will be back on the street with the sheriff's wife when she got caught stealing tax money out the courthouse. NO I TAKE THAT BACK THEY WILL THROW THE BOOK AT THEM BECAUSE THEY ARE NOT CONNECTED with the south georgia mafia.
  • by jan Location: thomas county on Nov 22, 2010 at 01:22 PM
    our trailer was stolen although it was locked down and they would have had special tools to cut through the lock. our neighbor's boat and trailer was stolen and another neighbors boat and trailer stolen.this was done in broad daylight. we were only gone from our house about an hour when this happened. we received call police stating it had been found in jonesborough near alanta when the individual, a mexican tried to register it in his name. your trailer has to have a tag and this one was expiring. after the call we heard nothing back from police. so where is the trailer now. i would be glad to pay my insurance company back my 500 dollars and get my trailer that i only used to take my lawn mower to the shop when i needed to have it worked on or for taking things to the dumpster. i am glad they caught these thieves but they will be back on the streets in no time. we have drug dealers arrested, jailed and back out doing the same crime due to actual days served
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