Michael Arrington caught living in stolen trailer worth over $30,000

36-year-old Michael Arrington stole a 2022 Heartland Prowler trailer in Sumner County on June 22nd, 2022. Arrington removed the VIN from the inside and outside of the vehicle to conceal the identity of the stolen trailer. Until November 13th, 2023, Arrington lived inside the trailer at Coburn Road, Clarksville, Tennessee, and Old Metal Road, Palmyra, Tennessee. The approximate value of the camper is $31,162.85.

In addition, On December 19th, 2023, Jamie Sauers reported to officers that he purchased a 2021 28ft Fleetwood Prowler travel trailer and a Ford F150 from Arrington for $1,500. Sauers advised officers that the camper was last seen at approximately 9:00 a.m. that day, and the camper was missing from his property on Ussery Road at approximately 5:30 p.m. Sauers stated that he never received the truck from Arrington. Sauers also said that he heard from an employee that Arrington was going to steal the trailer back from him. When asked by officers, Arrington stated that he took the camper back because he had yet to receive payment from Sauers. It was confirmed with Crystal Bailey that she received the money from Mr. Sauers and bonded Michael Arrington out of jail with the money. Mr. Sauers told me he also gave Michael Arrington $500 to help him out. The amount stolen was approximately $2,000. Michael Arrington was taken into custody and charged with property theft, auto theft, and burglary.

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