Three Arrested after Hay Reported Stolen in Twin Falls County
TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KLIX)-Deputies arrested three people after reports of hay being stolen Tuesady. According to Twin Falls Sheriff’s Office deputies were called to 900 East and 4100 North for a suspicious vehicle at around 4:30 Tuesday morning.
The person who called in the report said they had hay stolen from their property in the last few days. At the time deputies did not find the suspicious vehicle. Later a deputy stopped a pickup truck pulling a trailer with a large bale of hay on a it. Further investigation found the hay had been stolen.
The driver Lindsey Lewis, 29, and occupant Brian E. Kimble, 35, were placed under arrest for theft of the hay. Lewis was also charged with possession of methamphetamine, possession of marijuana, and possession of paraphernalia. Kaleb E. Lancaster, the third person in the vehicle was charged with providing false information to an officer, and was taken into custody on a Jerome County warrant for failure to appear on possession and fraud charges. All three are residents of Jerome.