Douglas Jones said he had parked the rig at the location Monday. He discovered the burglary Tuesday, according to a report filed with the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office.
Jones found someone had shattered a window to gain entry to the cab of the vehicle.
Once inside, a Garmin Nuvi 1100 and the other items were taken.
BCSO criminal investigator Jody Musselwhite responded to the scene to collect evidence.
Property loss and damage to the vehicle were estimated at $560.
n Tools were taken recently from a storage facility located on Georgetown Road.
A report filed by deputy Paul Allen noted Mike Humphries as the complainant.
The last time Humphries had checked his storage unit was in mid-January, according to the report.
Humphries found out on Sunday the building had been burglarized.
According to the report, a lock had been cut to gain entry.
Missing was a TroyBilt weed trimmer, Craftsman shop vacuum, garden tools, a Sony speaker set, a white-gold diamond wedding set, a surround sound system and housewares.
Loss was estimated at nearly $4,000.
The case has been turned over to the Criminal Investigations Division for follow-up.
n A Cree Lane resident is charged with burglary and theft over $500 after Cleveland Police investigators established him as a suspect in a burglary at a local business.
Wendy Eaton of PPS Orthotic and Prosthetic Services discovered the door to the business had been pried open.
William S. Sawyer has been charged, according to an arrest warrant filed by detective Steve Ross.
After recovering evidence from the scene, Ross determined Sawyer as the suspect.
Another person is also named in the report as an accomplice; however, he has not been charged at this time.
Sawyer is being held without bond at the Bradley County Jail.