According to an initial offense report filed by officer Patrick Googer, Donna Beaty notified officials of the incident.
A lock had been broken to gain entry to a building where a lawnmower, chainsaw, bench grinder and a tool box were taken.
Beaty could not confirm when the incident occurred but did narrow a timeframe range of between the last week of May to the first week of this month, according to the report.
The missing items were valued at $425.
Investigation has been turned over to detective Walter Mitchell of Cleveland Police Department’s Criminal Investigations Division.
- Mitchell is also investigating a burglary at a Cedar Avenue address.
According to a report filed by officer Tracy Maxfield, Brenda Ball said someone broke into her residence and took an iPod, a Samsung phone, a Compaq laptop and an Acer notebook computer. A suspect was named in the case.
There were no signs of forced entry, but officials believed the culprit utilized a window to escape with the property.
Ball assessed her loss at approximately $1,500.
- A Neighborhood Watch organizational meeting for Southforke Subdivision has been scheduled for, June 21, starting at 7:30 pm.
The meeting will be held at the north classroom of the Bradley County Sheriff's Office, according to Lt. Bob Hancock, coordinator of the Neighborhood Watch program for BCSO.
The classroom is located near the north end of the Judicial Complex at the back of the building. All residents of this area are encouraged to attend.
If your area wants to join the growing number of local neighborhoods and communities that have joined Neighborhood Watch, contact Hancock at 728-7321 for information about setting up an organizational meeting.