Several reports of vandalism were made to Bradley County authorities in the past few days.
According to a report filed by deputy Doug Boucher of the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office, he spoke with Steven Riebschlager at a Stone Drive address about damage done to his vehicle while it was parked at his workplace.
Riebschlager said he had parked his car at Merck on Michigan Avenue Road and when he returned to it at the end of his shift, he noted a number of scratches and a large dent in the rear door.
Damage to the vehicle was assessed at more than $2,000.
The incident was reported Saturday.
- On Friday, deputy Doug Graham spoke with Sharon D. Pridmore, who said she noticed graffiti on her home.
After looking further, Pridmore also noticed her swimming pool liner and a tire on a vehicle had been cut.
Damages to the residence, located on 6th Street N.E., and vehicle totaled approximately $800.
Investigation is continuing.
- Deputy Graham also responded to a Willow Creek Circle home where he spoke with Paula Arendale.
Arendale said someone apparently drove through her yard Saturday morning, damaging grass and her driveway.
According to his report, no witnesses were available nor suspects in the vandalism established at the time of the initial report.
There was not a damage estimate noted in the initial report.
- Tennessee Highway Patrol reminds drivers that Driver’s License Roadside Safety Checkpoints will be held in Bradley County this week.
Checkpoints will be placed in a number of locations.
All checkpoints are contingent upon weather conditions and manpower availability.