ATV theft, break-in reports investigated
by By GREG KAYLOR Banner Staff Writer
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A Yamaha four-wheeler was reportedly stolen from the yard of a Benton Pike residence earlier this week. A report filed by deputy Cru Ross indicated the Marion Cross made the report.

Cross said someone had taken her child’s blue, battery-powered Yamaha ATV from the yard.

It had been stored away and was concealed with a blue tarp covering. The ATV was at the rear of the home.

Cross believed the theft could have occurred during the weekend.

She filed the report with the Sheriff’s Office Tuesday evening, according to Ross.

The report didn’t note a value regarding the child’s ATV.

- Bradley County Sheriff’s Office deputy Ken Ritenour filed a report on an aggravated burglary which occurred at an 8th Street address.

According to his report, Sabrina Haddock said someone broke into her house while she was in the process of moving.

Haddock returned to the location and discovered the residence unlocked. Personal items, household goods, electronics, carpet cleaner and clothing were missing.

There was no sign of forced entry evident, according to Ritenour’s report.

The missing items were valued at $3,660.

Investigation is ongoing.

Criminal Investigations Division detectives are in charge of the case, according to Ritenour.