JACKSON, Miss. (WTVA) - A Memphis man has been ordered to repay more than $200,000 in restitution for his role in a stolen truck trailer ring.
Bryan Lucas, 31, was sentenced this week in federal court.
Lucas and five other men were accused in a conspiracy to steal trailers at truck stops in Mississippi, Tennessee and other states.
Among locations where trailers were stolen in Mississippi included Fulton, Oakland, Hickory Flat, Baldwyn and Okolona.
The merchandise was driven to a warehouse in Nashville and unloaded before being transported to Michigan.
The items taken included personal hygiene products, food, motor oil and antifreeze.
Lucas was ordered to serve three years of probation and repay more than $217,000 for the stolen items.
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