According to a report filed by deputy David Michaels, Russell Kelley reported the theft Sunday.
Kelley was not sure when his Toro Z253 mower and 6-by-10-foot trailer were taken.
The mower had been secured with a chain and kept under a structure on the Kelley property, according to Michaels’ incident report.
The chain had been cut and padlock removed.
Vehicle identification numbers and other information was obtained and entered into the National Crime Information Center computer database.
The trailer and mower were valued at $8,870.
- Power tools were reported stolen from a Samples Chapel Road address. Gary Rymer was listed as the victim, according to a report filed by deputy Kevin Chastain.
Rymer reported the theft after he discovered someone had gotten into his truck while it was parked in the driveway at his home.
No description of the tools was available other than the fact they were both hand and power tools.
The tools were valued at $2,500.
Investigation is being conducted by the detectives with the BCSO Criminal Investigations Division.
- A North Carolina man was arrested at a Georgetown Road address after he allegedly assaulted two males with a knife.
Wallace Cameron Curry, 38, was taken into custody in the parking lot of a motel located on Georgetown Road.
According to an arrest report filed by Cleveland Police Department officer Kody Fox, officers Steve West and Tracy Maxfield had also responded and found Curry in the parking lot following two other men.
Curry was advised to comply with officer commands.
An alleged assault had occurred. The officers found a knife during a patdown on Curry’s person, according to the report which contained witness information.
Curry was arrested and charged with aggravated assault and public intoxication.
- Tennessee Highway Patrol will be conducting Driver’s License Roadside Safety Checkpoints in Bradley County beginning this weekend.
The checkpoints will be set up in random locations in the county.
According to THP officials, checkpoints are an effective means of recognizing the dangers presented to the driving public, by motorists who would violate the driver’s license laws of the state.
All scheduled checkpoints are contingent upon weather conditions and manpower availability.