An Apple laptop computer was reportedly taken during an aggravated burglary at a Thoroughbred Drive residence.
The theft was reported to authorities last week.
According to deputy Andrew Coggin of the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office, Lisa Eulo said she noticed her laptop computer missing from where she and her husband kept it on the kitchen table.
Her husband confirmed seeing the computer earlier in the day. There was no sign of forced entry to the residence.
The report indicated the computer was valued at $1,500.
- Charleston Police arrested one person for alleged possession of methamphetamine, along with precursor items used in the manufacturing process.
According to officer Anthony Anderson’s report, the officer noted he saw a gray Ford Thunderbird fail to provide a turn signal at the intersection of Water Street and Highway 11. Anderson performed a traffic stop and then asked consent to search the vehicle.
The car was driven by Scott Aaron Milsaps of an Old Harrison Pike address
Anderson reportedly located a small amount of suspected meth on Milsaps’ person.
Inside the vehicle, Anderson located a “shake bottle” and other components of a clandestine “shake and bake” meth lab, reports said.
Milsaps was arrested and charged with simple possession of meth, possession of drug paraphernalia and initiation of a process to manufacture meth.
- Bradley County Sheriff’s Office and Cleveland Police Department will be holding National Night Out events later this evening.
Food and entertainment will be available at Mosby Park in the city and at Asbury United Methodist Church in the county.
Festivities begin at 6 p.m.