The case of the missing flatbed tractor trailer truck

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The Cannon County Sheriff's Department is continuing an investigation concerning a missing flatbed tractor trailer truck that was reported missing on Monday. According to Sheriff's Reports, Terrance Martin stated that he owns a 2000 Freightliner Classic with a 48 ft. flatbed trailer operating under the name Straight Drop Trucking out of Smithville. He leased the truck to McMahan Trucking of Woodbury.

Here is where it gets confusing:

Mr. Martin stated that he has a male subject identified as Irving Houston Green as the driver for this particular truck and Mr. Green has been driving for him for approximately four months. Mr. Martin further stated that Mr. Green picked up the loaded truck and trailer on Monday a week prior to make a delivery of trees, plants etc to a nursery in Pennsylvania. Mr. Martin advised that Mr. Green did not make it to deliver the load until Thursday morning when it was supposed to be delivered on Tuesday. The worker at the nursery said that Green was messed up on something and could barely talk. Mr. Green was supposed to pickup a check from the nursery and return to Woodbury with the truck and the check. Mr. Martin advised that Mr. Green has yet to return and has not been able to make contact with him by any means. Mr. Martin states that Mr. Green has not been seen or heard from since the delivery at the nursery in Pennsylvania.


The color of the truck is turquoise with blue and gray lettering on the doors Straight Drop Smithville TN.



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