Friend helping with move charged with helping himself

Published: Jul. 11, 2014 at 4:01 PM EDT|Updated: Jul. 18, 2014 at 4:05 PM EDT
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Tanner Allen Hublar (Source: Oldham County Jail)
Tanner Allen Hublar (Source: Oldham County Jail)

LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) – A man who was helping someone move from one place to another is accused of helping himself to more than $1,900 in items that weren’t his.

An arrest warrant says Tanner Allen Hublar, 20, of Pewee Valley, KY, was helping a friend move out of his parents’ home into a new place on June 28. After the move was finished, the man discovered that some of his property was missing along with items belonging to his father.

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The theft victim received a call from someone who said he had possession of an iPad Mini that Hublar sold him. Another person called the victim’s father and said she had his iPhone 5 and had purchased it from Hublar.

The younger victim called Hublar’s girlfriend who told him Hublar had his property. An iPad belonging to the victim’s father was recovered from Hublar’s girlfriend, but police said several items were still missing.

Hublar was arrested July 10 by the Oldham County Sheriff’s Office on a Jefferson County warrant for theft by unlawful taking.

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