According to a report filed by officer Tyler Pride of the Cleveland Police Department, Andrew Bryant Howard said he last saw his 2002 YZ250 motorcycle parked at the rear of his apartment.
Howard went out Tuesday morning to load the motorcycle onto a trailer and discovered it was missing.
A serial number was provided to police and has been entered into the National Crime Information Center computer.
Bryant valued the motorcycle at $1,800.
Detective Matt Jenkins is in charge of the investigation.
• Bradley County detectives were called to collect evidence after a car burglary was discovered and a number of items were reported missing.
A report filed by deputy Phillip Reagan indicated he was dispatched to a McCullough Road residence and spoke with Randall Moore.
Moore said sometime during the morning on Monday, someone gained entry to his Ford Explorer and took his Garmin GPS, a pair of Oakley sunglasses and a cell phone charger.
According to Reagan’s report, the vehicle was not locked at the time of the burglary and entry was made through the unlocked driver’s side door.
Detective Zech Pike was called to the scene to collect evidence.
The report noted a $420 loss.
• An alleged Craigslist fraud prompted a victim to file a report with the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office this week.
Deputy Tommy Kimsey spoke with Jareth Thomas, who had sold a motor on the popular Internet site.
According to the report, Thomas received a check for the motor, which he deposited into his bank account. The report noted that Thomas also “got a standard message stating the buyer’s secretary had sent too much money,” and requested Thomas to return that amount via Western Union, to the buyer.
A few days later, Thomas learned the check which he had received from the buyer was allegedly fraudulent.
The Bradley County Criminal Investigations Division is in charge of the case.
• A McDonald man was arrested and charged with aggravated assault after he allegedly threatened a cable TV employee.
Courtney Lamar Walters was listed as the alleged victim.
According to an arrest report filed by Bradley County deputy Colin Walker, Hal Huffaker Jr., 61, approached Walters, who was attempting to discontinue cable service to Huffaker’s residence. Huffaker allegedly began making threats.
Walters was on a ladder at the time of the initial contact with Huffaker.
Walters contacted 911 and deputies responded to the scene.
Huffaker was arrested and taken to the Bradley County Jail, where he was booked on the charge.