According to a report filed by deputy Wayne White of the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office, Janet Louise Keith reported the theft Monday.
Keith found someone had entered her home through the door, which was possibly unsecured at the time, according to the report.
Approximately 100 DVD and Blu-Ray recordings were discovered to be missing from a storage place.
Criminal Investigations Division detective Shaunda Efaw was notified of the aggravated burglary.
The recordings were valued at $2,000.
n Also reported Monday was the theft of a Smith & Wesson revolver.
Deputy Robbie Hair filed a report for Sharon Gaddis.
According to his report, Gaddis said someone had entered her vehicle during the past three weeks and took a .38-caliber revolver. The vehicle was believed to have been unsecured at the time of the theft.
Serial numbers were obtained and entered into the National Crime Information Center’s database. The weapon was valued at $2,000.
n Cleveland Police arrested a Tellico Plains resident on traffic charges and drug violations.
Officer Tyler McGuire stated in his arrest report he observed a yellow vehicle allegedly fail to stop at a traffic sign near the intersection of Gaut and 6th streets.
He initiated a traffic stop and found the driver, Keith B. McJunkin, 30, was driving on a revoked license, according to his report.
McJunkin appeared nervous while speaking to the officer, McGuire stated.
After receiving verbal consent to search his person and car, McGuire located alleged drug paraphernalia, suspected meth and marijuana inside McJunkin’s pants pockets.
Additional paraphernalia and suspected marijuana were located inside the vehicle as well, according to the report.
A passenger inside the vehicle, Jessica Hall, was charged with a state citation for the alleged marijuana which was located in the car.