Computers, Camera Reported Taken During Burglary

Comment   Email   Print
Related Articles
The following activities were recently reported by officers with the Cannon County Sheriff's Department.

• Deputy Eric Moss was dispatched to 945 Red Hill Road on Dec. 3 to take a report of a break-in that had already occurred. Upon arrival he spoke with Robert Zollinger, who said when he arrived at this residence at 2:45 p.m. he noticed that the door to his camper trailer was open. When he went inside he found the kitchen cabinets were open, the basement door was open, and all of his cats were outside. Zollinger reported two computers, a digital camera and medication were missing from the residence. He stated he had left his back door unlocked. Deputy Moss reported he could find no sign of forced entry, but that it appeared someone had been searching and rummaging through cabinets and other areas of the home. He took pictures of the scene and was able to lift one partial fingerprint and a palm print.

• Deputy Eric Moss went to 127 Lester Street and served Patti Chappel with an arrest warrant for violation of probation on Dec. 5.

• Deputy Matt Parsley was dispatched to 1690 Simpson Road on Dec. 1 to take a report of suspicious activity. He spoke with Angel Hernandez, who stated someone had attempted to gain entry into her residence. Hernandez stated her door was cracked and the vinyl siding had been cut.

• Deputy Eric Moss went to 130 McBroom Street on Nov. 30 and served and arrest warrant on Justin Deaton for worthless checks. He was booked at the county jail.

• Deputy Eric Moss was dispatched to 423 Reed Hollow Road on Dec. 4 in regard to a vandalism. He spoke with Rachel Lehew, who said that the night before, at approximately 10:50 p.m., her neighbor sent her a text message saying that someone who was driving a white, four-door vehicle was rolling her yard, but that she did not receive the text until the next morning. Lehew said when she woke up she found that her yard had been rolled, there was ketchup on her front porch, and her mailbox had been damaged. Lehew stated she learned that the car was a white Pontiac with temporary tags.

• Deputy Tommy Barker was dispatched to 1082 Iconium Road on Dec. 8 in reference to a single vehicle accident. Upon arrival he observed a blue Mercury four-door sedan half in the ditch and the other half sticking into the roadway. He spoke with the driver, who stated he was leaving his residence en route to the gas station for cigarettes when he backed into the ditch. There was no property damage other than to the front bumper of the vehicle. Pelham's Wrecker Service transported the vehicle to their holding facility until payment was made on the wrecker bill.
Read more from:
Comment   Email   Print
Powered by Bondware
News Publishing Software

The browser you are using is outdated!

You may not be getting all you can out of your browsing experience
and may be open to security risks!

Consider upgrading to the latest version of your browser or choose on below: