Home burglaries reported to county law enforcement
by GREG KAYLOR Banner Staff Writer
Dec 18, 2013 | 1076 views | 0 0 comments | 21 21 recommendations | email to a friend | print


Two Vizio flat-screen televisions were among items taken during a burglary at an Old Parksville Road address.

The burglary occurred during the weekend.

According to a report filed by deputy Ken Ritenour of the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office, Virginia Barroso said she returned home Saturday and found a door open leading into her home.

Barroso said further investigation revealed someone had taken a 50-inch TV and a 19-inch model as well.

Also missing was an Acer laptop computer.

According to the report, the missing items were valued at $1,225.

- A Vizio television, stereo and computer were taken from a home on Bates Pike.

According to a report filed by deputy Cru Ross, Darlene Burrell and her daughter had gone to check on the house occupied by her sister, who had been out of town.

When Burrell went to unlock the front door, she noticed the home had been entered and discovered the television and other items missing.

Ross noted in his report that forced entry was made to a rear door.

Criminal Investigations Division detectives responded to the scene to collect evidence.

The missing items were valued at $325.

- In other reports filed with the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office, a Coleman camper was taken from a Pleasant Grove Road address. The camper was described as being 18 feet long, and white with green stickers.

Two heavy duty batteries were also taken from an 18-wheel rig while it was parked at a Julian Road address. According to the report, the windows had been broken to gain entry.

Loss and damage was estimated at $3,500.