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On Thursday, November 19, 2020, Atoka County Sheriff’s Deputy Austin Golden was contacted by Caddo resident Charles Byars.
Byars stated he had reported a 16 foot flatbed trailer stolen on Wednesday, November 11, 2020. He informed the Deputy that the trailer was found located at a residence on Wards Chapel Road in Atoka County.
Deputy Golden arrived at the residence on South Wards Chapel Road and observed a trailer matching the description of the trailer in the report Byars had filed through the Sheriff’s Office.
The Deputy made contact with the owner of the residence, Colby Robertson, and informed him that the trailer matched the description of a stolen trailer.
Robertson stated he had no idea that it was stolen. He told the Deputy that on Friday, November 13, 2020, Aurbra Zed Moon, 33, of Atoka, came to his residence with the trailer.
Moon traded the trailer to Robertson for an 18 foot car hauler he owned. Robertson showed Deputy Golden a yellow piece of notebook paper with the words “BILL OF SALE” written across the top and was dated November 13, 2020, with an agreement to trade the two trailers between Moon and Robertson.
Byars arrived at the residence and positively identified the trailer to be his; however, the trailer was missing a tractor supply winch and a spare tire.
Robertson said Moon had cut the winch off with a grinder, and left with both the spare tire and winch. Byars took possession of the trailer.
Moon is charged with knowingly concealing stolen property (felony).