Storage unit burglarized
by GREG KAYLOR Banner Staff Writer
Apr 24, 2014 | 1114 views | 0 0 comments | 14 14 recommendations | email to a friend | print

Approximately $8,000 worth of items stored in a rented storage unit was stolen after the locks from the unit were reportedly cut away.

According to a report filed by deputy Tiffany Goodwin, Peggy Grady and Gene Self were listed as the victims.

Five acoustic guitars, seven Stihl chainsaws, 15 Stihl concrete saws, a 60-inch flat screen TV, tool boxes filled with tools, two bicycles and other property was reported missing.

According to the report, a possible suspect was mentioned.

Bradley County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigations Division Detective Brandon Edwards responded to the scene to collect evidence.

The owner of the storage facility reported that approximately $300 damage was done to the door and locking system.

Investigation is continuing.

- Pageant dresses and other items were taken from a home which was temporarily unoccupied while the homeowner was staying with her ailing father, according to a report filed by corporal David Harper.

Fawn Fugate said she returned home Tuesday and discovered it had been burglarized.

She said the theft apparently occurred between April 1 and April 22.

The home is located in southeast Bradley County, according to the report.

Missing were shoes, a large jewelry box containing miscellaneous jewelry items, a Nintendo Wii system, a DVD player, a sewing machine and a Coach handbag.

Fugate estimated her loss at $4,320.

Investigation is continuing.

- A four-wheel ATV was reported stolen from a Ladd Springs Road address.

Kenneth Day told deputy Brandon Warren someone had taken his 1985 Honda 125 ATV from his property.

The ATV was reportedly stolen sometime during the weekend.

Day valued the ATV at $1,500.