Deputy Paul Singleton of the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office responded to a Spring Place Road address and spoke with Stacey Myers, who said her neighbor had taken the motorcycle.
Singleton questioned Eric Raygor about the alleged theft.
According to the report, Raygor “admitted to stealing the motorcycle and led me to the location where he had stashed it in the woods,” noted Singleton.
The cycle was recovered and returned to Myers.
Raygor was arrested and charged with theft under $500.
He was transported to the Bradley County Jail and booked on the charge.
- Two people have been arrested during the past few days with multiple offense DUI.
Winston Lee Seal, 40, of Morristown, was taken into custody by Cleveland Police officer Chris Allen after he responded to a Pleasant Grove business.
The caller told dispatchers at the Bradley County 911 Center “that a man who appeared to be intoxicated, was pumping fuel into his car. The caller also stated the man had fallen asleep while pumping the fuel,” according to Allen’s report.
Allen noted the caller reported the man had fallen asleep at the counter while paying.
CPD Sgt. Scott Bronze made contact with the driver, whom he identified as Seal.
Seal was parked in a travel lane and waiting on someone to move from a parking space; however, the officer noted no one was occupying the parking space at the time.
Officers administered several field sobriety tests which Seal reportedly failed, according to the report.
He was taken into custody and transported to SkyRidge Medical Center for additional testing and a checkup.
According to the report, Seal was charged with DUI third offense.
He was then taken to the Bradley County Jail and booked on the charge.
- A Cleveland resident was charged with DUI fifth offense and other traffic-related charges after Bradley County deputy David Oliver of the BCSO Traffic Unit conducted a traffic stop on Harrison Pike.
Leroy Eugene Butler, 55, was driving a black Ford Explorer on Harrison Pike.
After performing the stop Oliver learned the driver was operating the vehicle on a suspended license.
Oliver noted a strong odor of alcohol as well, according to his report.
Butler reportedly told the deputy he had taken his grandson and another party fishing.
Both juveniles were in Butler’s custody at the time of the traffic stop, according to Oliver.
Deputy Blu Walker responded to the scene and aided in administering a number of field sobriety tests to Butler.
According to the report, Butler refused the implied consent and was taken into custody.
Butler was also charged with driving on a suspended license third offense and violation of the light law.
Oliver also noted in his report the Department of Children’s Services was contacted.
Butler was transported to the Bradley County Jail and has since made a $5,000 bond, according to Bob Gault, media relations officer for BCSO.