Pitchforks and other items were reportedly stolen from an outbuilding earlier this week coinciding with a prowler call made to 911.
According to a report filed by deputy Daniel Marlow of the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office, he spoke with Gazel Philpot, who stated she had ongoing problems with prowlers.
Philpot noticed her storage building had been burglarized. She said she was unclear on when the burglary actually occurred, according to the report.
Items missing included a rollaway bed, a heavy-duty box fan and five pitchforks.
Forced entry to the building was noted.
The missing items and damage to the building were assessed at $240.
- A Greenhills Cove resident reported the theft of a car and cash earlier this week.
According to a report filed by deputy Paul Singleton, Johnny Brown had parked his 1996 Acura Integra in his driveway. He noticed the vehicle was missing Tuesday.
A small amount of cash was also taken from another vehicle, according to the report.
Neither vehicle was reportedly secured at the time of the thefts.
The Acura was described as being a very dark cherry color with black spoke-racing wheels and dark tinted windows.
Vehicle information was obtained and entered into the National Crime Information Computer Center database.
The car was valued at $4,500.
Investigation is continuing.
- A Ladd Springs Road resident reported her car had been burglarized and jewelry was among items taken.
According to a report filed by deputy Earl Pike, Kira Chadwick said someone entered her vehicle and took a silver necklace, miscellaneous compact discs, and a small box of earrings.
There were no signs of forced entry to the vehicle and it was unsecured at the time of the theft, according to Pike.
Criminal Investigations detectives were notified of the incident.