Burglaries investigated at three different addresses
by By GREG KAYLOR Banner Staff Writer
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More items were added to the offense report where batteries were thought to have been the only thing stolen from a Tunnel Hill Road address.

Three marine batteries and a piece of light construction equipment’s battery were taken during a theft from a Tunnel Hill Road address. After further investigation, an air conditioner was also reported missing.

Rebecca Wallace said someone took the battery from a Bobcat dozer and then took three marine batteries from a boat parked under a shed on her property.

Wallace believes the theft occurred between Aug. 25 and Thursday, when she made the discovery.

The batteries were valued at $380, according to deputy Kevin Chastain’s report.

In an amended report, deputies located the air conditioner and one of the batteries at a Bates Pike business. They also recovered the three other batteries from a business located on South Lee Highway, according to the report filed during the weekend.

- Bradley County detectives are in charge of an investigation where car parts and other items were stolen from a Eureka Road address.

David Bryant filed a report with deputy Earl Pike.

According to the report, a power washer, skid steer plate, miscellaneous steel items, aluminum wheels, steel wheels, galvanized steel plates, batteries and other scrap steel were reported missing from the Bryant property.

Loss was estimated at nearly $2,000.

Investigation is continuing, according to the report.

- Jewelry was taken during a burglary at an Old Horton Road residence last week and possible suspect information was passed along to investigators.

According to a report filed by deputy Robert O’Daniel, he responded to a burglar alarm call at the address occupied by Katie Torrence.

When he arrived on the scene, O’Daniel discovered the front door had been forcibly opened. He noted in his report that he observed a number of drawers had been opened and the home in disarray.

Torrence was contacted and returned to her home where she determined approximately $3,000 in jewelry items had been stolen.

Criminal Investigations Division detectives are in charge of the case.