Alleged burglaries at a Nicholson Drive apartment complex led to the arrest of two people.
One report was factual while the other was reportedly false, leading to charges on Corey Ashley Emerson, 22, and Stormy Somer Lunsford Stewart, 24.
According to information provided by Bob Gault, media relations coordinator for the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office, the two reportedly said their apartment had been burglarized.
After initial investigation, officials discovered some of the items reported stolen had been pawned.
Another apartment nearby had also been entered; however, nothing was reported missing, according to Gault.
Detectives established Emerson as the suspect and both Emerson and Stewart were arrested and charged.
Emerson was charged with burglary and filing a false report. Stewart was charged with filing a false report. Stewart was released on her own recognizance after speaking with detectives and Emerson posted a $5,000 bond Thursday.
- Cleveland Police were in charge of an investigation regarding the theft of an automobile.
According to a report filed by officer Kody Fox, the car has been recovered after a police chase in Monroe County.
Brittany Evans was listed as the victim of the theft.
Evans said she and her boyfriend had left town Monday. When she returned home Wednesday, her 2003 Acura was missing.
Information was entered into the National Crime Information Center computer and Fox was notified the car had been found in Monroe Co.
According to his report, the driver reportedly ran from authorities and crashed the car. Tennessee Highway Patrol is in charge of that investigation.
A suspect was taken to a Knoxville hospital and the investigation continues, according to the report.