Bradley County deputy Paul Singleton filed a report for Shawn Davis who said someone took a pickup truck from a wooded area in front of his residence on Strawhill Road.
According to the report, Davis had parked his 1986 white Dodge three-quarter ton truck in the area. Davis believed the truck was taken sometime between Tuesday and Friday.
Davis described the truck as having a dent in the driver’s side door and rear bumper.
The vehicle was not in driveable condition and may have been towed from the property. Davis said it had a Georgia license tag, but had not been registered since 2001.
He estimated the vehicle’s value at $700.
Vehicle identification number information was entered into the National Crime Information Center computer database.
- Cleveland Police officer Kody Fox made a fugitive from justice arrest during the weekend after he responded to a car crash at Georgetown and Central Street.
Fox noted in his report that Richard Austin Hall, 37, of Leland, Ill., was wanted on charges of alleged burglary and driving offenses.
Hall was the passenger inside a car when the crash occurred. Fox responded to the crash and then checked identification, learning of the warrants for Fox’s arrest.
Hall was taken into custody and transported to the Bradley County Jail awaiting extradition to Illinois, according to the report.
- An Inman Street resident was charged with violation of probation and alleged narcotics charges after a traffic stop for not wearing a seat belt.
According to a report filed by deputy Sam Long of the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office, Michael Joseph Conley Jr., 24, was taken into custody regarding a warrant for violation of probation.
While patting Conley down, Long noted he found a plastic bag in Conley’s pocket. The bag contained four blue pills and a “snorting” straw which is commonly utilized to ingest narcotics, according to the report.
The pills were determined to be morphine, the report indicated.
Conley was taken to the Bradley County Jail where he was booked on the charges.