Deputy Brandon Edwards of the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office arrested Christopher Wiar after he questioned Wiar about the alleged theft.
According to his report, Edwards came in contact with Wiar at a Spring Place Road address. Edwards had filed a report and made a recovery regarding the dirt bike.
That incident was reported in May, according to Edwards.
After giving Wiar his Miranda rights, Edwards questioned Wiar about the dirt bike.
According to Edwards’ report, Wiar admitted he and two other people had taken the dirt bike. Wiar had also spray-painted the bike after the alleged theft, according to the report.
Wiar was taken to the Bradley County Jail and booked on a charge of theft over $500.
n Yard tools were among items stolen from a residence located on Mount Zion Road.
According to a report filed by Bradley County deputy Paul Silveria, he spoke with Benjamin Massengill, who said someone broke a glass door to his residence and took a Ryobi weed trimmer, a Husqvarna chain saw, a tool box containing miscellaneous tools and a Galaxy CB radio.
Total loss was estimated at $380, according to the report. Detective Mike Hughes of BCSO Criminal Investigations Division also responded to the scene to begin an investigation.