A report was filed with Cleveland Police Tuesday.
Chris McKinney of a Blackburn Road address told officer Joe Schnebel, his 2008 Honda was taken Sunday between noon and 7:30 p.m.
McKinney thought the bike may have been repossessed since he was a month behind on the payment; however, after checking with the finance company, there was not a repo order issued.
The bike does have a tracking device installed and when the vehicle identification number was entered into the National Crime Information Center database, it did activate the device, according to Schnebel.
The Honda Sport bike was described as being black and yellow and bearing Tennessee tag 3ZG507.
It was valued at $8,000.
Detective Walter Mitchell is in charge of the follow-up investigation.
- Two people were taken into custody earlier this week after deputies went to a residence located on Fore Drive to serve a warrant, then found suspected methamphetamine manufacturing components.
According to the initial offense report filed by Cpl. Daniel Marlow of the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office, deputies went to the address in search of Howard Wheeler Phillips, 52. An active warrant for his arrest for immediate meth precursors had been issued.
After arriving at the home, deputies made contact with Phillips and Monica D. Grissom, 44.
According to the report, in plain view from the living room, deputies saw a jar containing a blue funnel and coffee filters next to the jar.
“Based on our experience and training, we recognized those items as being commonly utilized in the manufacture of methamphetamine,” according to the deputy’s statement.
The suspects were detained and given their Miranda rights. A consent to search the residence was given and according to the report, deputies found a two-liter soda bottle containing a “white crystal-like substance in a clear liquid.”
Deputies reportedly found numerous materials and chemicals typically used in the manufacture of meth throughout the home
They also found alleged methamphetamine inside a purse belonging to Grissom.
Phillips and Grissom were arrested and taken to the Bradley County Jail where they were booked on initiation of the process to manufacture methamphetamine, possession of schedule II narcotics and possession of drug paraphernalia, according to Marlow’s report.
Both remain in custody and face a Jan. 31 court hearing, according to Bob Gault, media relations coordinator for BCSO.
- A Neighborhood Watch program is planned Tuesday evening for the Southforke community. The meeting will be held at the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office North Training Room beginning at 6:30 p.m.
Lt. Bob Hancock, coordinator of the Neighborhood Watch program for the BCSO, will be answering questions and providing information how residents can set up a watch program in their community.
For additional information regarding this program or how to establish a Neighborhood Watch program, contact Hancock at 728-7321, or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.