Monday, July 30, 2018

Theft incidents reported by several local residents

Lawrenceburg Now
Theft incidents have been reported by several local residents in recent days, prompting law enforcement officers to open a number of investigations.
In one such incident a resident of Geri Street reported his prescription medication had been stolen out of his home. He said that he is handicapped and has a number of caretakers and was therefore uncertain who could have taken them.
A Deer Hollow Drive resident went to the police department to speak with an officer regarding the theft of two rings. She said they had been stolen sometime during the past few weeks. Loss was estimated to be $9,300.
Officers responded to Second Street where thieves had made off with two barbeque grills, a chainsaw, and a Tennessee Volunteers helmet. The victim estimated loss to total $550.
A resident on Spruce Court experienced a loss of approximately $5,000 at the hands of thieves. The resident reported someone had stolen a sixty-piece set of silverware.
Police officers interviewed a Robbins Street resident who said that two diamond rings had been stolen from her home sometime within the past few days. Loss in that case was said to be $5,500.
Deputies were called to a Red Hill Center Road home where they learned that a Beagle dog had been stolen. The owners valued the dog at $100.
A tractor was stolen from a State Line Road, Saint Joseph property while the owner was running errands. He reported to sheriff’s deputies that it had been stolen between the hours and 1:30 and 4:30 p.m. Loss in the case was said to be $25,000.
Deputies were dispatched to a Mavis Drive home in Ethridge where the resident reported that her wallet had been stolen out of her purse. She told deputies that the wallet contained her driver’s license and Social Security card. Estimated loss was $50.
At a home on Midway Road, a victim reported to sheriff’s deputies that someone had stolen a set of 10” aluminum wheels and 38x16 super swamper tires off of a 1983 K5 Chevrolet Blazer. Also stolen were a 400 turbo transmission, a four speed transmission and a 350 GM crate motor. Loss totaled $2,200.
A resident of Summertown reported a $19,000 loss to deputies recently. He reported that a Hercules Homesteader enclosed trailer valued at $4,000 had been stolen along with the contents. The trailer held miscellaneous tools and plumbing supplies valued at $5,000. In addition, he said he had a 16 foot tag along trailer with a steel tool box welded on the front that had also been stolen. That trailer had a value of $10,000.



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