Banner Staff Writer
The Banner reported earlier this week that a lock was cut from a barn door. At the time of the initial report, nothing appeared to be missing.
Scott Powell of a Powell Lane address reported the incident last week.
According to a supplemental report filed by deputy Paul Allen of the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office, Powell discovered several items, including a Baja minibike and a Yard-Man tiller missing. The items were valued at $850. Investigation is continuing.
- Firearms and coins were taken from a home located on Waterlevel Highway.
According to a report filed by deputy Matthew Landolt, George Holmes said someone broke into his home and took a Walther .22 caliber pistol, a Remington model 1100 shotgun and a Remington .22 caliber rifle and approximately $650 in coins.
The burglary was believed to have occurred sometime between May 12 and 17, according to the report. Loss was estimated at $2,400.
- Cleveland Police investigated a city school bus crash on the final day of school.
According to Evie West, information officer for the Cleveland Police Department, officer Jansen Vassey is in charge of the investigation.
Vassey said the crash occurred shortly after noon at White Street and Spring Place Road.
According to the report, driver Arthella Mizell, 61, was the only occupant on the bus.
Zachary Lee, 16, reportedly struck the side of the bus as Mizell crossed Spring Place Road headed south onto White Street.
No injuries were reported, according to West.