It was reported Wednesday in the Banner that a number of residents were the victims of thefts of their lawn and garden furnishings.
The reports were filed in the southern portion of Bradley County by Bradley County Sheriff’s Office deputies.
According to a report filed by deputy Adam Beard, Leigh Ann Parker of a Hunt Road address said someone took black wicker furnishings and a hammock from her residence. Her loss was estimated at $740.
Sherry Stewart reported to deputy Brandon Coffel that she was missing a three-piece brown wicker furniture set.
She valued the furnishings at $175.
Coffel noted that Stewart was out of town at the time a neighbor observed a pickup truck at Stewart’s Cooper Street property.
Deputy Brandon Warren filed a report for Paul Neal, who stated someone took two wicker tables, two wicker rocking chairs and a couch from his home on Mulberry Lane. The theft occurred Sunday, according to his report.
Neal valued his furniture at $375.
n Cleveland Police and Bradley County Sheriff’s Office were on the search of a stolen vehicle, and evidence has been recovered after the vehicle was located.
According to reports, Issac D. Anderson said someone took his Ford Fusion from his residence last week.
After leads developed, deputy Steve McCullough responded to an Old Freewill Road address and located the stolen car.
CPD Criminal Investigations Division Detective Bill Parks responded to the scene to collect evidence.
The vehicle was returned.
According to reports, the Ford Fusion is valued at $5,000.