Mailbox vandalism, thefts investigated
by Greg Kaylor
May 25, 2010 | 1683 views | 0 0 comments | 10 10 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Another report was taken by Bradley County Sheriff’s deputies regarding a mailbox stolen from the Alton Avenue neighborhood. Deputy Brandon Edwards filed a report for Brian Hall.

According to his report, Hall’s wife noticed the black aluminum mailbox missing.

Deputy Doug Boucher had filed reports of missing mailboxes last week.

The mailbox was valued at $30.

- Todd Gunderson of Red Hill Valley Road told deputy Andrew Coggin his mailbox had been vandalized.

According to Gunderson, Monday’s report was the third reported mailbox over the past three weeks which had been destroyed due to vandals.

Investigation into the incidents is continuing, according to the report.

- A Snapper lawn mower was reported stolen from a Briarwood Place residence. The theft occurred during the weekend, according to a report filed by deputy Bill Burtt.

The victim said he parked his 2003 Snapper Hydro mower and last saw it May 10.

When the victim went to mow his yard on May 14, it was missing from where he had parked it.

The victim reportedly contacted his insurance company prior to filing a theft report causing a delay in the reporting to law enforcement authorities, according to Burtt. A value of the mower was not listed.