Deputy Brandon Edwards responded Sunday to a Shadowwood Drive address and spoke with Oretha McDowell, who said she noticed several papers in her car seat and then discovered someone had taken her wallet.
According to Edwards’ report, the vehicle had not been secured Saturday evening when McDowell’s husband arrived home.
The small wallet contained credit and debit cards along with Tennessee identification and a small amount of cash.
Investigation has been turned over to the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigations Division.
- Edwards also responded to another address on Shadowwood Drive where Yvonne Jarrett also reported a burglary to her vehicle.
Jarrett also noticed paperwork was placed in the vehicle’s seat. Six compact discs were missing along with a small amount of change.
Jarrett’s vehicle was also unlocked at the time of the theft.
There was no loss estimate listed in the report.
- Edwards then responded to two other addresses, one on Wood Ridge Drive and another on Jackson Circle in reference to auto burglaries.
According to his report, Anna Mashburn said she noticed the gate to her driveway was opened when she went outside Sunday morning.
After further inspection, Mashburn found her glove box was also opened and it appeared someone had been inside her vehicle.
A small amount of change was all that appeared to be missing, according to the report.
Mashburn’s car was not locked at the time of the burglary.
Della Auberry told the deputy several papers were scattered inside her vehicle as well after burglars entered it.
A small amount of change was missing from her vehicle as well.
Auberry’s vehicle was also unsecured at the time.
- Deputy Darren Miller filed an auto burglary report for a Bellview Drive resident.
According to his report, Matt Staton said someone entered his Ford pickup truck and took a backpack which contained a mini-laptop computer. The vehicle was not locked at the time of the burglary, according to the report.
Staton valued the missing items at $260.