A Louisville man faces costs for stealing an vintage range to scrap the metallic, police stated. Authorities stated John Corridor swiped the heirloom that got here from one of many unique Kentucky Fried Hen eating places, and it was a present from Colonel Sanders himself.
“It was out of one of many unique shops and again then, as they received new gear, they might swap them out as an additional, and my uncle received it, and it was at our home,” stated Ray Perkins, the range’s proprietor.
The restaurant enterprise is in Perkins’ blood. His aunt and uncle have been two of Colonel Sanders’ first staff at Kentucky Fried Hen. Perkins was a younger boy when he first met the Colonel.
“The Colonel truly got here to their home and taught them the best way to make hen on that range,” he stated.
The range and different gadgets from KFC have been handed right down to Perkins. However on December eight, 2014, police stated John Corridor, the son of Perkins’ tenant, swiped the range and scrapped it for money. Almost 2.5 years later, Corridor has been arrested and charged with theft.
“I used to be unhappy, it was part of Kentucky Fried Hen historical past, a part of our household’s historical past and it meant one thing to me,” stated Perkins.
Whereas Corridor’s case now goes by way of the courtroom system, Perkins stated the worth of the heirloom cannot be changed.
Corridor is scheduled to be in courtroom Monday morning.