A trailer was reportedly stolen from a 1st Street address during the weekend. The owner reported the theft to police Saturday.
According to a report file by officer Jennifer McKee of the Cleveland Police Department, she responded to 363 1st St. and spoke with Jimmy Richmond who said someone took the trailer overnight Friday.
Richmond reportedly discovered the trailer missing around 5 a.m. Saturday, according to the report.
The trailer was described as being a 2005 Hardeebuilt model measuring 7 feet by 18 feet.
Serial numbers were obtained and have been entered into the National Crime Information Center computer database.
Investigation has been turned over to detective Brian Smith of the Cleveland Police Department Criminal Investigations Division.
- CPD detective Steve Ross is heading up an investigation where a local convenience store suffered damage and loss during the weekend.
According to the initial offense report filed by officer Steve West, he responded to a burglar alarm call at Harry’s Food Mart located on Mouse Creek Road.
Upon his arrival, West found a glass door had been shattered.
Officers noted there was no electricity on inside the store.
Further investigation revealed the utility meter had been pulled from its base, disrupting the power to the building.
At the time of the initial report, it was not known if burglars had actually gained entry to the store; however, in a supplemental report and follow-up investigation, the owner of the business reported an estimated $8,000 in cigarettes and other items had been taken.
Evidence was collected at the scene of the crime and investigation is continuing.
- The Bradley County Sheriff’s Office will be conducting a Neighborhood Watch meeting for the Davis Heights community this evening at the Hopewell Elementary School cafeteria.
The program begins at 6:30 p.m. and an overview of how the community can establish a watch program will be presented. For additional information, contact Lt. Bob Hancock at 728-7321 or email email@example.com.