Two men have been charged with receiving stolen good after a stolen trailer was found in Cherokee Co. according to deputies.
The trailer went missing from Speedway Road in Gaffney on April 19.
It contained 2 generators, 100 racing tires, and 4 communication headsets.
The value of the stolen trailer and items was about $20,000, according to the victim.
On May 13, around 3:15, investigators found the stolen trailer on Bud’s Trail, but all the sides had been removed, leaving only the frame of the trailer.
Investigators also recovered the stolen racing tires.
Eric Wayne Goode and Michael Lee Medley were charged with Receiving Stolen Goods, with a value of $10,000 or more, according to the Sheriff’s Office.
Investigators are still searching for potential other suspects and the rest of the stolen property.
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