Trailer Theft Arrest – David D. Corder. One Subject Still Wanted – James A. Wills.

Media Release

Trailer Thefts

 

Hendersonville Police have been investigating a rash of trailer thefts, since the first of March.  The stolen trailers range from ATV type trailers to semi trailers.  Police made some progress with the May 4th arrest of David D. Corder, age 31, of Nashville for his involvement in the theft of two semi trailers.

 

Hendersonville Police are currently trying to locate James A. Wills, age 46, of Cross Plains.  A warrant has been issued in Sumner County for his arrest regarding the theft of a car hauler.  In the early morning hours of May 6, Wills fled his Robertson County residence when he saw authorities approaching.  Wills remains at large at this time.

 

Hendersonville Detectives continue to work with surrounding jurisdictions to resolve additional trailer thefts and other property crimes that may involve these persons.  Anyone with additional information regarding these crimes or the whereabouts of James A. Wills is asked to contact the Hendersonville Police Department, Sgt. J.D. Coarsey or Detective James Bachman 615-264-5303.

 

Release by Lt. Scott Ryan