The equipment was taken from 280 Hill St., according to an initial offense report filed by officer Chris Allen of the Cleveland Police Department.
Leanne Harris told police the last time the equipment was seen was Saturday.
She filed a report with police on Monday afternoon.
The missing equipment was valued at $1,000.
• Sgt. Todd Olinger of the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office responded to an area on Woodlawn Street and found a Toro riding mower sitting in the middle of the roadway.
After a brief investigation, Forrest Chapman was determined to be the owner.
According to Olinger, it appeared that someone had attempted to steal the riding mower, “but for some reason left it” where it was found.
The mower was recovered from the roadway and returned to Chapman.
• Some $3,000 in jewelry was recovered and a woman who had been allowed to stay in the home it was stolen from was arrested and charged with the theft of the jewelry.
Linda Gail Nicholson, 45, was charged with theft over $1,000 after the complainant, Carol Isbill, notified law enforcement of the missing jewelry.
Isbill told deputy Earl Pike she noticed her jewelry missing from where she stored it and reportedly went to check Nicholson’s purse, locating the items inside, according to Pike’s arrest report.
Nicholson was approached by the deputy and asked why she had taken the jewelry.
According to his report, Nicholson stated she needed money.
Nicholson was arrested Tuesday and taken to the Bradley County Jail where she was booked on the charge.