According to reports filed by deputy Heather Mason, Kasey Tatterson’s vehicle was parked at the school while she was attending a basketball game.
When she returned to her car, Tatterson discovered someone had shattered a window from her vehicle and took a carry bag which contained personal paperwork.
The bag and contents as well as damage to the vehicle were estimated at $300.
- Trisha Frazier also reported her vehicle had been burglarized.
Damage to a passenger-side window was reported.
According to Mason’s report, Frazier also discovered the theft after attending the ballgame.
Missing items such as a Vera Bradley purse, a pair of GAP jeans, a bottle of perfume and damage to the vehicle were estimated at $438.
- Deputy Andrew Coggin also reported an auto burglary during the weekend, but this one was not at Walker Valley High School.
Zachary Wilson said someone took his GPS and an i-Pod from his car. There were no signs of forced entry to the vehicle, according to the report.
The GPS, i-Pod and charger were valued at $279.
- Residents of the Shady Oaks community are reminded of a Neighborhood Watch meeting which is scheduled this evening at McDonald Ruritan Club.
An information session with Sheriff Jim Ruth and Lt. Bob Hancock of the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office will be helpful in establishing a watch program for residents in the neighborhood.
The meeting will begin at 6:30 p.m.