Car vandalized at Walker Valley High; home burglarized
by GREG KAYLOR Banner Staff Writer
Nov 28, 2013 | 1010 views | 0 0 comments | 13 13 recommendations | email to a friend | print
A car parked in the front circle at Walker Valley High School was vandalized earlier this week, according to a report made to the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office.

Jenne Wilson said her daughter had parked the car in front of the school while she attended a club meeting.

When she returned to her vehicle, Taryn Wilson noticed someone had broken out the driver’s side window.

The damage was estimated at $175.

School Resource Officer Angie Whittemore was notified of the incident.

- Rico Wortham of a Lowery Street address filed a report with authorities after his home was burglarized, then discovered a car had also been broken into.

Wortham told deputy Jeremy Guthrie the incident occurred during the weekend.

Wortham’s wife returned home and noticed someone had forced entry into the house. A washer, dryer and X-box gaming machine were missing.

Wortham returned home and discovered someone had entered a car at the property and taken a JVC compact disc player.

Detective Zech Pike was notified of the case.

Wortham valued the missing items at $1,900.

- Jewelry, miscellaneous coins and other items were the target for burglars who broke into a London Drive home.

Deputy Daniel Watson filed a report for Sue Cross.

According to the report, the perpetrators located a safe and took jewelry from it, and also rifled through drawers in the home, finding and stealing other valuables such as the coins.

Cross estimated her loss at $2,740.

Investigation has been turned over to Pike for follow-up.