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Truck filled with stolen goods gets stuck in the mud during getaway

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April Broyles, 38, and Jeffry Roark, 48, are charged with burglary. According to police, the two called a tow truck after their truck was caught in the mud outside a home. By Ruella Rouf April Broyles, 38, and Jeffry Roark, 48, are charged with burglary. According to police, the two called a tow truck after their truck was caught in the mud outside a home. By Ruella Rouf

LINCOLN COUNTY, Mo. (KMOV.com) – A Lincoln County woman is one of two suspects in a case involving a truck with stolen goods that got stuck in the mud, according to police.

Both April Broyles, 38, and Jeffry Roark, 48, are charged with burglary. Roark's mugshot was not available. According to police, the two called a tow truck after their truck was caught in the mud outside a home.

The tow truck driver grew suspicious and called police. Police determined the truck was filled with 44 pounds of copper and brass that was allegedly stolen from the home where the truck was stuck.

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