According to a report filed by officer Kody Fox, Mike Montgomery said someone entered the building located at 2950 Michigan Avenue Road and damaged drywall and plumbing.
Montgomery said vandals entered the building through a vent. They went room to room and knocked holes in drywall and broke toilets, according to the report.
Damages to the building were assessed at $2,600.
Investigation has been turned over to the Cleveland Police Department Criminal Investigations Division.
- Tools and other items were reportedly taken from an outbuilding located at a New Murraytown Road address.
According to a report filed by deputy Sam Long of the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office, Anthony Dean Hyers and Laura Morrow reported the incident.
Morrow said someone had forced entry to the outbuilding and took Hyers’ carpentry tools and a mirror. Morrow was listed as the homeowner on the report and Hyers was listed as her carpenter.
A 100-foot air hose, a black tool box and a 3-foot by 4-foot wood-framed mirror were taken.
According to the report, evidence was left in a grassy area near the scene of the crime. BCSO Criminal Investigations Division detectives are in charge of the investigation.
- A homeowner apparently scared away thieves when he was awakened by a noise outside his home.
According to a report filed by deputy Ben Clayton, he responded to a Wen-Dell Lane address and spoke with Billy Smith.
Smith said he was awakened, looked outside and saw two males standing in his yard.
When he went outside to confront them, the men took off in a small pickup truck.
After inspecting his property, Smith discovered a box containing tools, a boat battery and a trolling motor missing.
The trolling motor had been attached to his boat and was later found in the front yard.
Smith valued the items at $950.