Officials are investigating an aggravated burglary at a Charleston residence which reportedly occurred during the weekend.
Bill McKnight said someone entered his home and took his wallet from the pocket of his pants.
McKnight discovered his door ajar and began to investigate, according to a report filed by deputy Angie Whittemore.
After arriving on the scene at the Railroad Street residence, Whittemore found a screen had been cut allowing the burglar to reach a door lock.
McKnight said a small amount of cash and personal items were contained inside the wallet.
Investigation is continuing.
- The theft of prescription narcotics and other medical supplies prompted the victim to file a report with local law enforcement.
Bradley County Sheriff’s Office deputy Shaun McKee was dispatched to a Worth Street residence and spoke with Terri Phillips.
Phillips told McKee she was at a local hospital when the incident reportedly occurred.
When she returned home Thursday, Phillips noticed two oxygen tanks and a bottle of pills missing.
The missing items were valued at $140.
- An Old Charleston Road residence was reportedly burglarized sometime last week however the owner reported nothing missing.
Jerry Chastain noticed a window light broke in the basement door of his house.
He notified 911 and according to deputy Tommy Kimsey, pry marks were also discovered on the door leading to the basement.
Detective Daniel Jones responded to the scene to collect evidence.
The investigation is ongoing.