Two people were named as suspects in the theft of a rented television and a gaming system.
According to a report filed by Cleveland Police officer Nathan King, Arthur Hoffman said he and his friends had left his 20th Street apartment about 9 p.m. Friday and returned after midnight.
Upon their return, Hoffman said he noticed an air conditioner had been pushed in and a window screen cut.
Several items had been touched by the alleged perpetrators and were placed into evidence, according to King’s report.
Also noted in the report was the fact two dogs inside the residence would not have allowed anyone into the house they did not know, resulting in the suspicion as to possible suspects.
The victim also stated he had previous problems with the suspects he named for police, according to the report filed by King.
The Sony PlayStation and Sony 52-inch TV were valued at $1,200 and were property of Rent-A-Center.
Investigation is continuing.
- A covered trailer was taken from a storage lot off Highway 64, according to a report to Bradley County authorities.
Deputy Kevin Chastain responded to Calfee’s Storage, where he with Donnie W. Smith.
Smith said he passed by the storage lot and noticed his trailer missing.
The trailer was described as being red and measuring 7-by-14 feet.
Vehicle identification numbers and tag information were obtained and entered into the National Crime Information Center computer.
The trailer was valued at $4,200.
- A Neighborhood Watch program is planned Thursday for the Hunter’s Run community. The meeting will be held at 190 Hunter’s Run Circle at 6:30 p.m.
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 via e-mail at email@example.com.