David Green told deputy Adam Beard of the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office he expected the check to arrive between Oct. 15 and Nov. 5, but it never did.
Green told the deputy he received a copy of the check cashed at his bank; however, the endorsing signature on the check was not his and no one else had access to his account.
The check was valued at $300.
Investigation will be handed over to the Criminal Investigations Division at BCSO.
- Beard also responded to a Macedonia Church Road residence in reference to an auto burglary.
Sarah Vecchio said she discovered her debit card and cash were missing from her vehicle. The car doors were not locked at the time of the theft, according to the report.
- A Verizon gift card rebate was reportedly taken from a mailbox or placed in the wrong mailbox, prompting the rightful recipient to place a call to authorities.
According to a report filed by deputy Brandon Edwards, Delia Neyman said she had been expecting the gift card to arrive in the mail, but “when she didn’t receive it, she contacted Verizon.”
Verizon officials told Neyman the card had been used and provided a list of merchants which had honored it.
According to the report, Verizon is supposed to reissue a gift card for Neyman.
- During the New Year’s holiday weekend, Tennessee Highway Patrol has scheduled checkpoints in various locations across the state, including a Driver’s License Roadside Safety Checkpoint beginning Sunday and lasting through the week.
THP said it has found the checkpoints are an effective means of enforcing the driver’s license laws of the state while ensuring the safety of all motorists.
Scheduled checkpoints are contingent upon manpower availability and weather conditions.