Hollye E. Kile said she had left the items on her dock and when she returned, a tackle box and rod and reel were missing from her private lake.
Kile told the deputy she believed someone had been trespassing on her property and using the lake for fishing.
Suspects were named in the case.
The missing items were valued at $90.
- A case of drink flavoring product was reportedly taken from a Washington Avenue address.
According to a report filed by deputy Doug Graham of the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office,Jim Stone said he had left the “SnoCone” concentrated flavoring on the porch of his rental property. When he returned Friday to pick it up, the mix was missing.
Stone said the case of product contained 150 individual packs of assorted flavors, and was valued at $900.
- Firearms and other items were taken in a burglary on Lower River Road. An investigation continues, according to a report filed by deputy John Davis of the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office.
Jeffery E. Black of a Lower River Road address reported he came home and found someone had entered his residence and taken a 40-inch television, a crossbow, a Knight .50 caliber muzzleloader, a Springfield 45.70 caliber rifle, a Smith & Wesson revolver and a Winchester 20-gauge shotgun. Also missing was a Hewlett-Packard laptop computer, a pair of binoculars and coins.
There was evidence of forced entry to the residence, according to the report.
The incident reportedly occurred last week.
The missing items were valued at $2,400.
- A 40-inch television was also taken from a Brymer Creek Road residence during and aggravated burglary.
Deputy Melanie Johnson filed a report for Jeff Rains who stated the incident occurred one week ago. He said someone entered this home and two outbuildings, taking the television from the home.
Rains could not determine at the time of the report if anything else had been taken. Damage was noted to entryways of all three structure, according to the report.
Loss and damage were estimated at $840.