According to deputy David Michaels of the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office, a small safe appeared to have been forcibly opened. The safe was empty and was seen on the side of the roadway.
Michaels reportedly searched the area and no possible contents were lying on the ground in the area.
Michaels did note that the safe had a serial number.
He recovered the safe and delivered it to the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office, where it was logged in to the evidence room until the owner can be located.
- Rods, reels and other items were taken from a Marina Drive residence.
According to a report filed by deputy David Harper, Kimberly Goins said the theft occurred at her home between Oct. 17 and Nov. 12.
An infrared heater, Sony DVD/VCR combo, six fishing rods and reels and a Sony CD player with surround sound speakers were taken from her boat.
The missing items were valued at $829.
- Officials at the Cleveland Country Club reported vandalism and theft of property.
According to Bradley County Sheriff’s Office reports, someone cut the chains and locks off a gate, which secured the maintenance area at the property.
The reports indicated 28 gallons of gasoline had been taken.
Damage and loss were estimated at $128.
- Three dogs were reportedly stolen from an Old Chattanooga Pike address.
A red-nose “chiweenie” (a chihuahua-dachshund mix) and a black-nosed “chiweenie,” along with a black chihuahua, were taken from a fenced area on the victim’s property.
The dogs were valued at $900.