Officials responded to a Bucks Pocket Road address Wednesday to investigate the disappearance of several items used in poultry production.
Deputy Adam Beard of the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office responded to a chicken house owned by Leslie Stepp.
Stepp told the deputy that someone had entered the property and took several feeding pans and a control pan.
Stepp also noticed several gates missing from the property, according to Beard’s report.
The Criminal Investigations Division at the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office was notified of the theft.
According to the report, the missing items were valued at $6,040.
Investigation is continuing.
- Items were reported missing from an 18-wheeler after the driver made the discovery after he delivered his products to a local restaurant.
Billy Farley believed the theft occurred while he was unloading the trailer.
According to a report filed by deputy Doug Boucher, Farley was at the Spring Place Road location of Hardee’s when the incident occurred.
His cab had been secured prior to the theft.
When Farley completed his delivery, he returned to the cab of his truck and discovered cash, a black-vinyl bag containing prescription medications, a wallet containing credit cards and other items, clothing and a shaving kit had been taken.
The missing items were valued at $580.
- Jewelry and guns were among items taken from an Old McClure Road residence earlier this week.
According to a report filed by deputy Brandon Edwards, the burglary was reported Monday afternoon.
Heidi Baker said someone entered her home and took a safe, a number of firearms which had been stored in various locations of the home and some childrens toys which had been wrapped for Christmas.
Detective Mike Hughes responded to the scene to begin an investigation.
According to the report, the items missing totaled $6,190.