Tennessee man wanted by authorities found hiding under grandmother’s floor

Tennessee man arrested after stealing two trucks, found hiding under grandmother’s floor

A Tennessee man accused of stealing two trucks in two counties was found hiding under the floor of his grandmother’s house, authorities said.

Hunter Breeden was arrested by Humphreys County deputies on Wednesday, WKRN reported.

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According to deputies, Breeden went to a residence in Hustburg on Monday and stole a truck, the sheriff’s office said in a Facebook post. He then allegedly abandoned the truck in the New Johnsonville area of Humphreys County and broke into a secure area of a business, WZTV reported.

According to deputies, Breeden then stole another truck. That vehicle was later found in neighboring Benton County, WKRN reported.

Hunter Breeden was taken into custody this morning hiding under the floor at his grandmothers house. His girlfriend,...

Posted by Humphreys County Sheriff's Office on Wednesday, January 20, 2021

Investigators arrested Breeden on Wednesday morning, reporting that he was hiding under the floor at his grandmother’s home. Breeden’s girlfriend, Victoria Curtis, is also in custody, accused of helping him elude authorities, WZTV reported.

Hunter Breeden is accused of stealing two trucks Monday.
Hunter Breeden is accused of stealing two trucks Monday. (Gerd Altmann/Pixabay)