Dallas Lee Stuman, 39, was arrested late last week for his alleged connection in a warehouse and chair company burglary.
Stuman is charged along with Michael Posey, 44, and Angie Sparks, 32, and each have been charged with burglary, theft over $1,000 and vandalism over $500 after $6,000 in chairs, as well as an estimated $8,000 in copper, were stolen.
Damages were also done to other items at K-Line Manufacturing and a warehouse owned by James Cooke Jr.
Patrick Ramey of K-Line discovered the alleged theft and reported on Aug. 6, that someone had broken into the manufacturing facility and taken 12 Pride Mobility PowerLift chairs.
The suspects apparently entered the warehouse by cutting a chain, then prying an overhead door open.
The chairs were valued at $500 each.
In a separate incident, officers went to 1590 King Edward Ave., a short distance from the K-Line facility, and filed a report for Cooke.
According to the report, damage to an air compressor was discovered, as well as copper wire missing from the building. Entry had been gained to the building by cutting a lock to a room which contained the air compressor.
According to Bradley County Jail records, all three suspects remain in jail and are being held under a $20,000 bond.
• Bradley County deputy Adam Ensley responded to a Waterlevel Highway address during the early weekend and filed a report of missing fruits and vegetables.
According to his report, Bobby Orr was listed as the victim of a theft.
Someone had taken approximately $250 in items from an unsecured fruit stand.
Seven baskets of tomatoes, five baskets of peaches, three bags of Vidalia onions and seven watermelons were stolen.
Investigation is continuing, according to officials.