According to a report filed by deputy Travis Smith of the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office, he spoke with Jessie Runion.
Runion said someone had kicked in the door to his basement Sunday and took a .22-caliber Marlin rifle, a Boker white bone-handle pocket knife and an Old Timer pocket knife.
A dollar value regarding the missing items was not listed in the report.
Information from the initial investigation was forwarded to the Criminal Investigations Division. At the time of the report, no serial numbers were available for the stolen gun to be entered into the NCIC database.
- A Perry Street resident also reported a burglary this week.
According to a report filed by deputy Paul Singleton, Sarah Lauderdale said someone entered her residence Wednesday or Thursday and took DVDs valued at $350.
When she returned home, Lauderdale noticed a side door to the residence open. When she had left her home, all doors and windows were locked.
There were no signs of forced entry to the residence, according to the report.
Investigation is continuing.
- A call to the parking lot at Bradley Central High School regarding a vehicle burglary yielded evidence left at the scene by the perpetrator, according to a report filed by deputy Doug Boucher.
Haile Conner said she had parked her vehicle near the football stadium and when she returned around 9 p.m. Tuesday, she found someone had broken a window and taken her wallet.
The wallet contained identification and other items.
Detective Shaunda Efaw of the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigations Division responded to the scene and collected fingerprint evidence.
Damage and loss was estimated at over $300, according to the report.
- A Baldwin Street apartment was vandalized and reported to officials after the discovery was made.
A report filed by deputy Paul Singleton noted Stephen Moreland was the landlord who discovered a window had been broken out of a door.
The occupant of the apartment was reportedly out of town at the time of the report.
Singleton contacted the occupant who said the damage must have occurred after her departure April 30.
Damage was estimated at $300.