Weapons, jewelry taken in auto, home break-ins
by GREG KAYLOR, Banner Staff Writer
Jul 31, 2013 | 1683 views | 0 0 comments | 22 22 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Firearms were reported missing from vehicles parked at a residence on Tunnel Hill Road.

The report was filed with the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office on Monday.

Don Gregg told deputy Kolby Duckett he was about to wash his truck when he noticed a gun missing.

Gregg went to check his other vehicle and discovered a weapon he kept in that vehicle was missing as well.

According to Gregg, he couldn’t pin down a timeline for when the weapons might have been taken.

The guns were identical Chief’s Special models with 3-inch barrels.

There was no value placed on the missing guns.

- Weapons and jewelry were among items taken from a home on B Avenue.

Deputy Sam Long filed a report for Jimmy and Sandra Walker.

According to his report, Jimmy Walker returned home and noticed his son’s BB gun lying in the middle of the floor. He then noticed the rear door to his residence was open.

Criminal Investigations Division detectives arrived and processed the crime scene.

According to the report, a box filled with miscellaneous jewelry, a small documents safe, a 12-gauge shotgun, a Davis .22-magnum revolver and a Smith & Wesson .38-caliber revolver were missing.

Walker estimated the loss at $2,850.

- Evidence of a break-in was found at a Lebanon Road residence where thousands of dollars worth of jewelry was taken.

Sheila Bridges told deputy Melanie Johnson she had returned home and noticed her home had been burglarized. A .22-caliber firearm, 32-inch TV, cash, medications and jewelry were discovered missing.

Bridges estimated her loss at more than $6,000.