TULSA, Okla — On Sunday, Calvin Lamoureaux from Missouri won first place in arena cross racing in Tulsa. He and his family couldn't have been more happy.
That is until their truck and trailer were stolen with both of Calvin's prize winning ATVs. Calvin's dad, Mike Lamoureaux, reported it to Tulsa police.
Hours later, Mike spotted his truck parked in front of a home. He called Tulsa police and they were able to find the trailer at a home a few blocks away.
The trailer had been painted and the ATVs and other items were missing. Tulsa police made contact with three people inside the home and discovered some of the stolen items.
Jimmy Jenkins, Jerry Alexander and Katie Houser were arrested. Jenkins and Alexander were both charged with possession of a stolen vehicle and concealing stolen property.
Houser was charged with multiple counts of concealing stolen property.
One of the ATVs was found abandoned at an apartment complex and the Lamoureaux's were able to pick it up. It was not damaged.
Mike Lamoureaux is grateful, but still hoping the other ATV will show up.
"Just drop off that green and purple one in the same spot, and we'll come and pick it up," Lamoureaux said. "No questions asked."
The stolen ATV is a purple and green 90cc Apex. Tulsa Crime Stoppers is offering a cash reward and you can remain anonymous.
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