Law enforcement probes break-in, vandalism and theft
by GREG KAYLOR, Banner Staff Writer
Apr 09, 2013 | 887 views | 0 0 comments | 6 6 recommendations | email to a friend | print
There were no signs of forced entry to a South McDonald Road residence which had apparently been burglarized while the resident was gone, according to a report filed by deputy Sam Long.

Rosa Heintz returned home Friday evening and noticed the door to her home was not locked. As she walked through her home, Heintz noticed her Apple i-Pad missing from its charging station.

After further investigation, she noticed jewelry, collectors cards, an Apple stream box, two binders containing compact music discs and other items missing.

According to the report, the collectors cards alone were valued at over $6,000.

After arriving at the residence, Long confirmed no forced entry was evident, according to his investigation. Lt. Cheryl Holloway also responded to the home to aid the investigation.

Total loss was estimated at $8,105.

Investigation has been turned over to the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigations Division.

- A house for sale was reportedly damaged by vandals, according to a report filed by deputy Matthew Landolt, of the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office.

Chuck Jones, a real estate broker for ReMax Real Estate said the owners were out of town and he listed the home for sale.

When he went to the residence Saturday, Jones noticed several windows had been broken. Damage to at least seven windows was found in a sunroom.

Damage was estimated at $1,500.

- A red dump-bed trailer was taken from the back yard of a home located at Cedar Creek Crossing.

The trailer was reported stolen Friday, according to a report filed by deputy Matt Landolt.

The complainant, Thomas Hall, said he believed the trailer was taken sometime Thursday or Friday.

The trailer was valued at $499.