A Lebanon man who was allegedly in possession of stolen property was arrested by police on Friday. According to Lebanon Police, the caregiver of a resident in the 12-hundred block of Millcreek Road reported a burglary. The woman reported that a chair had been placed under a window to the laundry room. When they inspected the property it was discovered that a Gravely Mower, which is valued at around $5-thousand-dollars was missing. During the investigation, officers noticed tire tracks in the yard. On Saturday, officers received a tip that led them to a U-Haul which was going south on Jefferson. Police pulled over the U-Haul and inside they found the stolen mower. The driver, identified as 32-year-old Johnathan Thomas was taken into custody and told an officer that he had eaten about 2 grams of methamphetamine and needed to go to the hospital. Thomas is charged with receiving stolen property.