The incident was discovered this morning, according to Lt. Robert Harbison of the Cleveland Police Department Criminal Investigations Division.
Harbison said three suspects entered the campus sometime around 2 a.m.
Video security footage has been reviewed and police have suspects in mind.
Additional details will be published in Thursday’s Banner.
- Two major narcotics investigations led to three people being arrested in separate cases.
Shevin M. Fisher, 31, of Knoxville was arrested Monday after Special Investigations Unit agents made a traffic stop along Interstate 75.
The agent said he observed a green car traveling at a high rate of speed while northbound on I-75.
During the subsequent traffic stop, the agent said he could smell a strong odor of suspected marijuana coming from the car.
A search of the vehicle revealed suspected marijuana and pills.
According to his report, the agent noted Fisher had been arrested a few months ago in Bradley County for allegedly transporting 5 pounds of marijuana. Fisher was charged Monday after agents located 7 pounds of suspected weed along with 60 hydrocodone pills.
He was taken to the Bradley County Jail where he was booked on charges of possession of schedule II and VI for resale. The alleged drugs were valued at more than $5,000. He was on probation from the previous charge and conviction at the time of this arrest.
In a separate investigation, agents stopped a vehicle for speeding while northbound on I-75 on June 6.
The investigation led to the discovery of 100 suspected ecstasy pills, 28 grams of cocaine and a small amount of marijuana, according to officials.
Eric D. Walker, 38, was charged with possession of schedule I, II and VI for resale and resisting arrest.
Walker reportedly gave agents a false name.
Further investigation revealed his true identity.
The driver of the car, Revada O. Wright, 41, was charged with speeding and possession of schedule I, II and VI drugs.
According to the reports, information obtained noted Wright had a long criminal history with a conviction for murder, possession of controlled substance and other narcotics convictions.
Walker’s history included convictions for sale of marijuana, unlawful carry of a pistol, theft, and sexual battery.
Both men are still in custody at the Bradley County Jail.
Bond was set a $50,000 each.