BARDOLPH — Deputies arrested a Bardolph man on Tuesday after he allegedly stole a car from a Tennessee residence and got it stuck in a field north of Macomb.
According to McDonough County Sheriff Rick VanBrooker, someone had entered the residence at 403 W. Jackson St. in Tennessee and taken the keys to a 2001 Mustang. The resident reported the vehicle stolen, and it the Mustang was later found stuck in a field.
VanBrooker said after an investigation, Jared D. Beans, 33, of Bardolph was identified as a suspect, and a warrant was issued for his arrest, charging him with residential burglary and theft of a motor vehicle.
Beans’ bond is set at $5,000 cash. VanBrooker said Beans is on federal probation for conspiracy to manufacture meth. Federal probation has been notified, and more charges may be applied.
Beans was sentenced in August 2012 by U.S. District Judge Joe B. McDade to serve 10 years in federal prison. His 2011 arrest was part of a 10-person indictment for conspiracy to manufacture over 500 grams of meth in McDonough and Fulton counties during Operation Saddle-Up.