Catalytic converters, copper thefts reported
by GREG KAYLOR, Banner Staff Writer
Oct 31, 2012 | 1171 views | 0 0 comments | 3 3 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Catalytic converters and copper wire were taken from a property located on Goodwill Road.

Larry Duncil told Deputy Daniel Watson someone took five converters and approximately $1,200 in copper.

The theft occurred sometime last week and was discovered Saturday, according to the report.

Watson followed up with Duncil on Sunday and Duncil advised him someone had taken five more converters as well.

About 2,300 feet of copper wiring was reported missing.

The loss was estimated at $1,800.

Investigation is being conducted by Detective Carl Maskew of the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office.

- Deputy Paul Singleton filed a report for a Hickory Hills Drive resident who said someone entered his garage and took items.

Jeffrey Bennett said a Pearson Pride compound archery bow and a Ten Point Titan XL crossbow were stolen Sunday.

Bennett said he believed his garage door was open at the time of the theft.

The bows were valued at $1,250.

Criminal Investigations Division detectives were notified of the theft.

- A church building was vandalized and a walker who found the damage reported it to church officials and law enforcement.

According to a report filed by deputy Laura Lane, David Ingram walks at Corinth Baptist Church daily.

The church is located in the McDonald community.

As he was walking, Ingram noticed someone had used spray-paint to post obscenities on the exterior of an outbuilding.

A light had also been damaged.

A member of the church was contacted and responded to the church to aid in the investigation.

Damage estimates were not listed in the report.