Home burglaries reported
by By GREG KAYLOR Banner Staff Writer
Oct 19, 2012 | 1503 views | 0 0 comments | 4 4 recommendations | email to a friend | print


Jewelry, coins and cash were taken during an aggravated burglary reported at a White Oak Valley Road residence earlier this week.

On Tuesday, deputy John Davis of the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office responded to speak with Melinda Hyatt.

Hyatt said she returned home Tuesday evening and discovered several items out of place.

Lights had been left on inside the home.

Two jars containing coins, a gold wedding set and diamond ring and necklaces were missing, according to the report.

Criminal Investigations Division detectives were notified of the burglary.

The loss was estimated at more than $700.

Investigation is continuing.

- Davis also filed a report at another White Oak Valley Road residence.

Jason Pflug said he arrived home Tuesday afternoon and found his home had been burglarized.

Pflug stated firearms and other items were missing.

According to his report, a Browning .22 caliber rifle, a Winchester 30-30 caliber rifle, a Sears 410-guage shotgun and jar of loose coins were taken.

Pflug valued the missing items at $560.

- Deputy Paul Allen went to a Rodney Drive residence earlier this week to investigate an unusual incident involving the resident’s electrical service.

Debbie Walker, an employee of Cleveland Utilities said she returned home Tuesday and discovered her power was off.

She contacted Cleveland Utilities and when officials arrived at her home, they discovered someone had removed the power meter security seal and pulled the meter from its base, which cut electricity flow to the home.

An employee of Cleveland Utilities reconnected the meter and restored the power to Walker’s home.

The residence was placed on extra patrol.