Sheriff Jim Ruth and Lt. Bob Hancock, coordinator of the Neighborhood Watch program for the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office, will be answering questions and providing information on how residents can set up a watch program in their community.
For additional information regarding this program or how to establish a Neighborhood Watch program, contact Hancock at 728-7321, or e-mail email@example.com.
• Bradley County Sheriff’s Office is in charge of an investigation where a washer and dryer were taken from a Marina Drive apartment.
According to a report filed by deputy John Davis, landlord Bill Carroll had put the machines outside the apartment while cleanup was being performed inside.
Apparently, the washer and dryer set was outside several days; it was approximately 10 days before Carroll noticed the items were missing.
According to the report, the washer and dryer were valued at $200.
• Another landlord reported the theft of a lawnmower.
According to a report filed by deputy Joe Renner, Marshall Dilbeck had provided a riding mower so a renter could keep the grass cut at an apartment Dilbeck owned.
Dilbeck went to the residence this week and discovered the mower missing.
Dilbeck found out the mower had been taken to a salvage yard and sold for scrap.
The mower was valued at $350, according to the report.
• Marcus Sanders said he and his wife heard the sound of a car door close outside their residence, then discovered a part missing from their car.
According to a report filed by deputy Paul Singleton, he went to a Grayson Way address and spoke with Marcus Sanders.
Sanders said he and his wife went outside and discovered a “scoop” missing from their Ford Mustang.
The car part was valued at $55.