Theft reports investigated
by GREG KAYLOR Banner Staff Writer
Nov 27, 2013 | 676 views | 0 0 comments | 14 14 recommendations | email to a friend | print


A Cindy Circle resident reported the theft of a motorcycle, which was reportedly taken from an outbuilding on his property.

Howard Kennedy reported to deputy Heath Arthur that someone took his 2008 KTM 200 XTC bike from his building, which had been secured with a padlock.

Kennedy noticed the padlock had been cut and began to investigate.

Serial numbers were obtained and placed into the National Crime Information Center computer database.

The bike was valued at $5,000.

- A number of items were taken from a home located on Ladd Springs Road.

Jeremy Botts told deputy Darren Miller that he had been in the process of renovating a home and when he returned to the residence Monday, he noticed a door open.

The door had previously been locked, according to Botts’ statement.

Missing were exercise equipment, a chest-type freezer, an antique record player, an iron bed frame, heater and printer and fax machine.

The items were valued at $225.

Investigation is continuing.

- Deputy Cru Ross filed a report for Larry Wampler, who stated someone took three firearms from his home located on Goodwill Road.

Ross said Wampler noticed the firearms were missing last week.

Wampler was able to provide possible suspect information, which has been passed on to Criminal Investigations Division detectives.

Missing were a Charter Arms .38 Special, a .25-caliber Berretta and a .22-caliber revolver.

No dollar value was listed in Ross’ report.