In what seems to be an unending narrative, the White County Sheriff’s Department was once again called to East Johnson Street in Enfield where neighbors must be getting used to seeing law enforcement. The deputy visited with Kim Duckworth at 409 East Johnson Sunday morning to fill out a burglary report. Duckworth tells law enforcement that sometime overnight, someone had removed a trailer from her property. While she says she’s unsure who the trailer belonged to, she remarked it had been on the property for awhile and she had loaded it with roof tin she planned to haul off and sell as scrap metal. In addition, the report indicates Duckworth says two other buildings on the property had been entered and a large stereo speaker was missing from one that belongs to Andrea Stocke. Duckworth says the trailer and buildings were last observed in tact on Saturday evening. The trailer was noticed missing and the buildings found entered around 7am Sunday. A burglary complaint was filed.
Duckworth and her son James Steele have been in the news quite a bit over the last several weeks. An order of protection was filed earlier this month against Steele by Duckworth. Steele has been in and out of jail on theft, assault, disorderly conduct, and felony meth charges.