According to a report filed by deputy Adam Ensley of the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office, Daniel Delong said his son arrived home and discovered someone had been in their house.
Delong said vintage coins and coin sets which were valued into the thousands of dollars were missing.
Detective Dewayne Scoggins responded to the scene to aid in the initial investigation.
Scoggins is expected to continue the investigation.
No damage was reported.
- A compound hunting bow was taken from a Charleston residence. Joseph Delong said he and his wife returned home Saturday evening and discovered some items sitting in his driveway.
Further investigation revealed a chainsaw and the bow had been taken from his storage area which was reportedly locked prior to the burglary.
The bow and Earthquake chainsaw were valued at $510.
- Deputy Andrew Coggin of the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office filed a vehicle burglary report.
Ronald Thompson said someone took various vehicle parts such as a truck tailgate, bumpers, a trailer hitch, a Kubota generator, a cooler, a Snapper lawnmower and other items from the bed of a pickup truck which was parked at his Bates Pike residence.
The cab of the truck had not been entered, according to the report.
Thompson valued the missing parts and items at $4,901.
Investigation is continuing.
- Detective Dewayne Scoggins is also in charge of an investigation where cash was reported taken from a residence located on Bates Pike.
Timothy Standridge said he arrived home and his wife’s purse appeared to have been “gone through,” though nothing was reported missing from the purse.
Standridge said someone took a small amount of cash from a lockbox which was stored in a room in their home, according to the report.
The report also noted the home was not secured at the time of the reported burglary Monday.