Puppy reported taken in home break-in
by GREG KAYLOR, Banner Staff Writer
Jul 23, 2013 | 1737 views | 0 0 comments | 13 13 recommendations | email to a friend | print
CLEVELAND DETECTIVES are working to establish the identity of two men who reportedly used a stolen credit card at a local Walmart. According to Detective Steve Ross of Cleveland Police Department, the victim believed she left her card laying on the counter at the store and the two suspects picked it up to make unauthorized purchases June 24. Anyone having information regarding the identity of the two men is asked to contact Ross at 303-3120.
CLEVELAND DETECTIVES are working to establish the identity of two men who reportedly used a stolen credit card at a local Walmart. According to Detective Steve Ross of Cleveland Police Department, the victim believed she left her card laying on the counter at the store and the two suspects picked it up to make unauthorized purchases June 24. Anyone having information regarding the identity of the two men is asked to contact Ross at 303-3120.
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A puppy was taken along with several items during a recent burglary, according to a report filed with Bradley County Sheriff’s Office.

Sarah DeVille of an Arnold Street address said the incident occurred Sunday.

Deputy Aubrey Rominger spoke with DeVille after she had called 911.

DeVille said she heard someone enter her residence and she hid in a closet “out of fear for her safety.”

DeVille said she heard a male voice inside her house.

After the perpetrator(s) left, DeVille said she went to her living room and discovered her wallet, a rented DVD player and her Chihuahua puppy were missing.

The property taken was valued at $220.

Investigation is continuing.

- Deputy Earl Pike of the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office filed a report for Jimmie Chase who said someone entered her store and took her wallet.

Chase told Pike she was at the back of the business when someone came in and went through her purse. Credit cards and cash were contained in the purse.

Chase estimated her loss at $200.

- A dirt bike motorcycle was reported stolen from a Freewill Road address.

Ore Crisp said someone took the Honda CRF 230 motorcycle from the front porch of her home.

Crisp was able to provide serial numbers for the motorcycle.

The bike was described as being red and white.

It was valued at $1,500.

- Discarded lead wheel weights used for casting bullets were taken from a Whisperwood Trail residence.

Timothy Lee Kelly told deputy Robert O’Daniel that someone had taken 10 5-gallon buckets filled with lead.

Kelley said he believed the theft had been ongoing for a number of days and he noticed two more buckets were taken during the weekend.

Kelly valued the missing lead at $1,000.