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Couple in trouble for stealing ATV
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A couple has been bound over on four-wheeler theft charges after police found a broken ignition to one of the ATVs in the woman’s purse.The suspects, Tracey McCurry, 34, of Quebeck and William E. Clark, 43, of Crossville, were both bound to the grand jury last week by General Sessions Judge Bill Locke on grand theft charges.The two were busted when police received a tip there was stolen property being hidden in a barn off Old Smithville Highway. The tip was good, according to McMinnville patrolman Aaron Roberts, as they found two stolen four-wheelers at the location.McCurry and Clark, both of whom were persons of interest in the four-wheeler thefts, were searched once lawmen found the stolen vehicles.“She gave permission to search her purse which revealed a broken ignition to one of the stolen four-wheelers,” Roberts revealed in his warrant.The couple confessed once the evidence was found in her purse.“She gave a written statement confessing that Clark and she stole the four-wheelers from two residences and hid them in a barn where they were later found by police," said Roberts.