Owner of Flaming Blue Truck Has Been Arrested. Suspect Allegedly a Prolific Vending Machine Burglar, LIVINGSTON, October 22, 2012 - The owner of a blue Chevy pickup that was caught on security camera in Livingston (and posted on this website), has been caught. Things got started on September 23 when Livingston Police Department was contacted by several local businesses that complained of vending machines being burglarized. The burglaries occurred in the middle of the night or wee hours of the morning before dawn. One of the businesses got a picture of the blue truck with white flames via security camera. Detective Leon Middleton was assigned the case and gave the photo to surrounding law enforcment agencies including surrounding counties and local media. Within a day of distributing the pictures, Middleton began receiving tips about the flaming blue truck. According to Detective Middleton, tips were received that the truck had been seen in Polk County and the Montgomery County area around Lake Conroe. Middleton learned from the Conroe Police Department that the truck was suspected in multiple burglaries in Conroe and Montgomery County. Middleton's investigation lead him to suspect Tracey Lamar Pemberton, 45, of Willis. As the investigation continued, Middleton was contacted by Splendora Police Department that they had a case of a burglarized vending machine with Pemberton and his flaming blue truck caught on security camera. Additionally, Middleton was contacted by Police Departments out of Cleveland and Huntsville in which the same vehicle and suspect had allegedly committed the same types of crime. Warrants for the arrest of Pemberton were issued and he was arrested in Montgomery County on October 2, 2012. Pemberton was later transferred to Polk County Jail. According to Middleton, the sharing of information with other agencies resulted in the solving of a number of burglaries located in Livingston, Conroe, Cleveland, Huntsville, Splendora, and Montgomery County. The investigation continues, and more arrests are expected.