According to Neighborhood Watch coordinator Lt. Bob Hancock, the program scheduled for Sept. 20 will possibly be reset at a different time. Hancock said a watch program for Windcrest will be held at 343 Windcrest Place on Sept. 27.
A program will also be presented to the neighbors of the 28th and 29th Street area on Sept. 29.
Information will be provided to residents who want to have a Neighborhood Watch in their community.
Sheriff Jim Ruth and Hancock will explain safety tips and provide handouts at each program.
All watch programs begin at 6:30 p.m. at their respective locations.
For additional information, contact Hancock at 728-7321, or e-mail at bhancock@ bradleyco.net.
- Deputy Sam Long of the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office filed a report for Kristopher Gates, who said someone took items from his property located on South McDonald Road.
According to the report, Gates said two construction workers were scheduled to come to his home to perform some work. Gates went to school and later returned; he then noticed the two workers leave the property “in a hurry.”
Gates discovered two 10-inch subwoofer speakers were missing, along with two other subwoofers, a 260-piece Craftsman socket/wrench set, an aluminum air intake for a Honda vehicle and a Pioneer compact disc player.
The missing items were valued at $930.
Investigation is continuing.