In October of 2022, Rely Transportation contacted the Plymouth Police Department for the theft of a semi-trailer from 1400 PIDCO Drive, Oasis Industries.  The value of the trailer was estimated to be up to $75,000.  It was also noted that it had GPS tracking and was behind the Loves Truck Stop in Gary. 

On November 18th the Bremen Police Department was notified by Rely Transportation that a semi-trailer was taken from 1010 West Dewy Street, MAAX Midwest.  The GPS tracking did not report a location but a security camera on the property showed a Volvo semi-tractor removing the trailer at about 2 a.m.

On December 5th Rely Transportation again contacted the Bremen Police Department about another trailer theft from MAAX.  Video footage showed a different semi-tractor removing the trailer and GPS tracking showed it westbound on U.S. 30 near Oak Drive.   This trailer was recovered by Detective O’Keefe with the Indiana State Police on December 8th at the Loves Truck Stop in Gary. 

One of the drivers for Rely Transportation reported the red and white semi-tractor suspected of removing two of the trailers at Gallops Gas Station in LaPorte.  The semi was registered to My Five Sons LLC from Fishers and the investigation revealed that My Five Sons was owned by Roy Morgan. 

On December 20th Relay Transport contacted Plymouth Police to report a semi-trailer theft from 1001 North Oak Drive, MAAX USA.  Detective Ben McIntyre had a video of the alleged theft. 

Search Warrants were obtained for cell phone data and a Gmail account.  It indicated Roy Morgan was the subscriber. 

Detective Jason Faulstich with the Indiana State Police Surveillance Unit reviewed the data which revealed Morgan was in the areas at the times of the thefts.     

On February 13th, 2023, Tradewind Logistics contacted Bremen Police to report the theft of a semi-trailer with GPS tracking.  According to the GPS, the trailer had traveled to Gary, Indiana.  On February 27th, a semi-trailer owned by Tristate Trailer Leasing LLC was taken from 2912 Gary Drive in Plymouth.  Safety camera footage showed a Freightliner owned by My Five Sons pulling the trailer.

The investigation into these thefts led police to Roy Morgan who had incidents with the LaPorte County Sheriff’s Dept., Fishers Police Dept., and Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Dept.

Roy E Morgan, 49, of Glenn Gary Drive in Fishers was arrested on Monday, May 1st by Marshall County Police.  He is currently being held in the Marshall County Jail on a $100,000 cash bond with 5 counts of Theft and 1 count of Racketeering.    

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