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Well the duo are tasked with ‘fowl’ play, after deputies allegedly found the stolen turkeys in a cage

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Suspected of “fowl” play, with, stolen, live turkeys, and has led to the arrest of two suspected bird bandits, according to an Alabama sheriff’s office.

Jonathan Thomas Howell, 42, and Glenn Ray Carter, 58, was arrested and charged in connection with the theft of the turkeys, as well as the theft of antique furniture, a stove, and two air-conditioning units, and the DeKalb County Sheriff’s Office reports. Their arrests were announced Friday.

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Other Jonathan Thomas Howell, 42, and Glenn Ray Carter, 58, both of Alabama.
(DeKalb County Sheriff’s Office)

“We were delighted to be able to repair any of these items to the owners,” Sheriff Nick Welden said. “It’s sad that some people spend all their time stealing rather than earning an honest living.”

Howell, of Ider, Ala., and john Carter, of Henagar, Ala., were arrested after an investigation that began when deputies discovered to be a burning boat in the area of Ider for a couple of months ago, and m a r ‘ s office, he said. The boat had been stolen from Jackson County.

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A piece of advice for the civil servants in relation to the crime and led investigators to an address in Henagar, where a number of live turkeys in a cage in the sheriff’s office said.

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The turkeys had been reported stolen by one of the other Henagar residence, it said.

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