Utility Trailer Stolen In Brewton Located Near Jay; One Charged

September 6, 2019


Alert citizens, social media and multi-jurisdictional law enforcement involvement led to the recovery near Jay of a utility trailer stolen from Brewton and an arrest.

Dover Dwight Daniels, 50, was charged with theft in the first degree by Brewton Police.

The trailer was stolen overnight Monday  from in front of a hotel under construction in Brewton. A Facebook post by the trailer’s owner was shared over 500 times, and the trailer was spotted by an alert citizen on Camors Road off Morristown Road near Jay.

The trailer was recovered by the Santa Rosa County Sheriff’s Office, and the Flomaton Police Department was also involved in the investigation.

Pictured above and below: A utility trailer stolen from a construction site in Brewton was recovered sitting next to Camors Road near Jay. Photos for NorthEscambia.com, click to enlarge.

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5 Responses to “Utility Trailer Stolen In Brewton Located Near Jay; One Charged”

  1. Hate a thief on September 7th, 2019 2:21 pm

    Thankfully this matter was cleared up quickly and trailer returned.. Our 24ft 5th wheel camper was stolen by the person who had once been allowed to live in it. AND NOTHING HAS BEEN DONE!! Of coarse she traded it for a truck that broke down just weeks after the illegal trade. So the tradee got truck back. So they have truck AND trailer. That may be karma at work on this thief… But still no trailer for RIGHTFUL OWNERS..! I think laws should be tougher on a $:^##
    Sorry theif!!

  2. Ross Herald on September 7th, 2019 8:57 am

    A same this is 2019 you don’t steal someone elses stuff and really think it will stick !
    Sooner or later the truth will surface . Forensic stuff is amazing , you will get caught ,if not this year it will be tomorrow or the next day or the next year ,you will pay the price .leave stuff alone it is not worth the price you will pay, a person has a life and like money if you spend it foolishly it will soon be wasted.

  3. Amazed on September 6th, 2019 10:42 am

    I think they have his age wrong. He is around 48 or 49 years old. Just sad! Glad they found the man’s trailer!

  4. paul on September 6th, 2019 8:40 am

    Just had to have that trailer huh? now everyone in northwest Florida and southeast Alabama know you’re a thief…

  5. Gary on September 6th, 2019 8:26 am

    Yep that’s what he gets stealing from nice people I work on that job site very good people over there hope he gets the max!!!!!!





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