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12/5/2012 9:55:00 PM
Golf cart thefts continue at Prescott Country Club; YCSO looking for two male suspects
YCSO/Courtesy photo
YCSO/Courtesy photo
The Daily Courier


DEWEY - Despite efforts to stop a rash of electric cart thefts at the Prescott Country Club, thieves cut into a fence and took another one for a joyride over the weekend, leaving it in the Agua Fria riverbed near Quailwood Estates in Prescott Valley.

This time, though, the Sheriff's Office has suspect descriptions, said spokesman Dwight D'Evelyn.

It's been an ongoing issue, with some carts stolen from Quailwood and others from the country club, D'Evelyn said. Deputies believe the thieves are starting the carts with duplicate keys, he added. The carts have been recovered with structural damage from having been driven off-road.

The golf course greens have also been damaged because the grass was frosted over when the suspects drove on it.

But on Dec. 2, residents in the 10900 block of Singletree Trail told deputies they'd seen two suspicious males in the area about 5:30 a.m. That's one of the times of day that deputies suspected the thefts were occurring, D'Evelyn said.

One suspect is about 6 feet tall, was wearing a dark blue jacket, dark green pants, a black stocking cap, and carried a knife in a sheath on his right thigh, The second is slightly shorter, was wearing dark clothes and a jacket. Deputies recovered burglary tools and other evidence from the area.

D'Evelyn said they are asking anyone who sees anything suspicious to contact YCSO immediately. Call 911 or YCSO at 771-3260 or make an anonymous call to Yavapai Silent Witness at 800-932-3232.




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Reader Comments

Posted: Thursday, December 06, 2012
Article comment by: Enquiring Mind

The radio report was the same, with regard to the "description" of the suspects. We are told about the suspects being "males" along with their approximate height and their clothing...including the color, shade and type of clothing they were wearing. So if they have all of that, they couldn't also get any idea as to the race of the two males? Really? Blue jacket, green pants, black hat, knife in a sheath...on his right thigh...but no idea as to the race of the individuals?

So we're all just supposed to be on the look out for tweedle-dee (the tall one) and tweedle-dum (the short one)? And if they're not seen together (to make the height comparison) and wearing the same clothes, then what?


Posted: Thursday, December 06, 2012
Article comment by: Youths Gone Wild

Too bad the "draft" was taken away, this country needs more discipline with their youths. Irresponsible, spoiled children gone wild.

Posted: Thursday, December 06, 2012
Article comment by: Carl Imparel

Hunt them down like dogs and make them pay for the damage...

Posted: Thursday, December 06, 2012
Article comment by: Ashley H

That house on singletree was my parents house. These people had better be caught, they went through my parents yard early in the morning and left their tools scattered all through the yard. . . . I am worried for my parents and their animals safety and the safety of the others close to them. please catch these people SOON!!!!!!!



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