|Law enforcement agencies hauled truckloads of stolen equipment and merchandise down from Clay County's "Murder Mountain."|
They found thousands of dollars worth of ATVs, mowers, chain saws, guns, weed eaters, and other equipment.
The Herald has learned that a mower and a motorcycle found at the Clay site was stolen from the Flanagan house in Calhoun, the site of a double murder.
Police also discovered a Taser gun and pepper spray, recently stolen from a Braxton County deputy sheriff's vehicle parked at Burnsville Dam.
Several pieces of new equipment taken from Glenville's Tru-Value Hardware, was also discovered.
A report indicates at least 100 chainsaws, and a large number of ATVs.
It was not learned if any of the ATVs discovered on Murder Mountain had been stolen from Calhoun County.
The WV State Police denied a Freedom of Information request regarding the number of ATVs stolen in Calhoun County, while sources have indicated about 35-40.
No arrests have yet been made for the thefts.