Creasman arrested in home, auto burglary cases
by GREG KAYLOR Banner Staff Writer
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At least three homes were burglarized in the No Pone community Wednesday, but the suspect made a critical mistake when she entered a home which was occupied at the time.

Eleonore Pauline Creasman, 36, has been charged with aggravated burglary, two counts of burglary of a car, two counts of burglary and five counts of theft over $1,000, according to reports from the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office.

Detective Dewayne Scoggins of BCSO’s Criminal Investigations Division was in charge of the burglary investigations.

According to information contained in reports filed by deputys Melanie Johnson, Jeremy Guthrie and Jasper McDonald, they responded to the victims’ homes after a resident reportedly confronted Creasman in her kitchen.

Creasman allegedly fled the scene.

Several hours later, Creasman was taken into custody when she emerged from a wooded area and asked for a ride, according to Bob Gault, media relations coordinator for BCSO.

“In the meantime, investigation of the burglary continued. Two vehicles at the home had also been entered,” Gault noted.

Investigators located evidence near the garage and property taken from the home in a wooded area.

Two other reports were also filed with BCSO at homes located on Mount Zion Road.

Deputies also recovered a 2006 Nissan Altima been reported stolen Tuesday.

According to Gault, the car had been abandoned in the area near where the burglaries occurred.

CPD charged Creasman with the theft of the car as well.

Creasman was also booked on a misdemeanor violation of probation charge.

She is being held at the Bradley County Jail under $27,160 bond.

n One person was arrested by Cleveland Police after an investigation into a weekend shooting incident.

CPD officer Jennifer McGuire made the arrest of Adam Joe Willis, whose address was listed at the Lincoln Inn.

Willis reportedly broke into a home on Adkisson Drive, which was occupied by several people at the time.

Investigation is continuing, but evidence of a shooting was recovered.

Initial reports indicated the occupants were held at gunpoint during the incident.

Detective Bill Parks of CPD’s Criminal Investigation Division said Willis is charged with resisting stop, arrest, evading arrest, aggravated domestic assault, vandalism under $500, domestic simple assault, aggravated burglary, aggravated kidnapping, convicted felon in possession of a firearm, theft over $10,000, robbery, domestic violence and Schedule II (methamphetamines) violations.

He is being held at the Bradley County Jail under $207,000 bond.