Adam Bunch sought in credit card fraud case
by By GREG KAYLOR Banner Staff Write­r
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Adam Bunch
Adam Bunch
A man known to have lived in the Meigs County area has had warrants issued for his arrest by Cleveland police after he reportedly fraudulently used a family member’s credit card.

According to detective Steve Ross of Cleveland Police Department’s Criminal Investigations Division, Adam Christus Bunch, 36, has warrants for fraudulent use of a credit card over $1,000.

Ross said Bunch is believed to live in Meigs County but “frequents the Cleveland area.”

Anyone having information regarding Bunch’s whereabouts is asked to contact Ross at 303-3120.

n Bradley County officials are investigating reports of vandalism that occurred at a 51st Street address this week.

According to a report filed by deputy Ken Ritenour, Frankie Wilcoxen and Michael Ellis said windows had been broken out of a building owned by Tri-State Truss and a company vehicle had also been damaged.

A tire was slashed and windows broken from a Ford Ranger pickup truck parked at the business.

According to the report, damage exceeded $1,000.

Investigation is continuing.

n A Honda dirt bike motorcycle was taken from the carport of a home on Bancroft Road.

Christopher Forsythe said he had left his home Sunday and when he returned in the afternoon, someone had taken his Honda CRF230 motorcycle from his carport. The motorcycle was described as being red and white, according to a report filed by deputy Tommy Kimsey.

The bike’s identification numbers were obtained and entered into the National Crime Information Center computer.

Forsythe said the dirt bike was valued at $1,200.