According to reports filed by officers Jansen Vassey, Victor Cleveland and Matt Brinkman, Heath M. Chamberlain, 18, Jessica H. Lacasse, 18, and John L. Wagner, 21, were arrested and charged with aggravated burglary after the were found by police inside.
According to their reports, Lacasse advised police she believed she had permission to be inside the apartment located at 315 Northcrest Circle.
The reports further stated the property manager said no one was supposed to be inside the apartment.
According to one report, one of the defendants told officers that one of the alleged offender’s aunt had lived there at one time and moved from the apartment approximately two months ago.
All three were taken to the Bradley County Jail and booked on the charges.
• An alleged speeder was found to be a fugitive from justice in Georgia, according to a report filed by deputy Kevin Chastain of the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office.
Alvin Jerry Tennenbaum, 26, was arrested Monday after investigation found he was wanted for criminal damage to property and assault in Georgia.
Tennenbaum was reportedly traveling northbound on Dalton Pike. Chastain indicated in his report the vehicle Tennenbaum was driving appeared to be speeding.
A confirmation by radar noted Tennenbaum was doing 74 in a 55 mph zone.
After a traffic stop, Chastain discovered Tennenbaum was wanted for the warrants in Georgia.
An inspection of the vehicle revealed Tennenbaum allegedly had narcotics inside as well as a large sum of cash.
Investigators found two small vials of suspected Testosterone and Tremboline Acetate.
“Neither vial was accompanied by a prescription,” according to Chastain.
Tennenbaum was arrested and transported to the Bradley County Jail, where he was charged with speeding, possession of Schedule III narcotics for resale as well as the fugitive from justice warrant.
• The Bradley County Sheriff’s Office is making preparations to participate in a “Drug Take-Back” where residents can bring unused or outdated prescription medications for proper disposal.
In 2011, thousands of prescription narcotics were dropped off at the sheriff’s office and disposed of in an environmentally friendly way, according to officials.
Details regarding the week-long program will be published in Sunday’s Banner.
• A combination AC and heating unit was determined to have developed an electrical problem, sparking a fire in an apartment Wednesday.
According to reports from the Cleveland Fire Department, approximately $50,000 damage was done to the structure at 1645 Blythe Ave.
Firefighters responded to the scene just after 8:30 a.m. and stayed on the scene for a short time, “mopping up.”
An apartment below the affected apartment sustained water damage, according to the report filed by commander Donnie Sherlin.
No injuries were reported.