Bradley Central burglary ends with arrest of two students
CLEVELAND, BRADLEY COUNTY (WRCB)-- Two teenagers are charged in connection with a burglary at Bradley Central High School that resulted in thousands of dollars in damage.
Bradley County Sheriff's Office Spokesman Bob Gault tells Channel 3, Bradley Central's school resource officer arrested two 16-year-old students, following an alleged burglary November 19.
Gault says the pair is accused of totaling a John Deere Gator by crashing it into a tree, breaking into four of the school's buildings and two buses, in addition to stealing various items and cash from the baseball locker room.
He says the incident left over $8,000 in damages and the theft of more than $1,100 in school property.
The students attend Bradley Central and Chattanooga Central High schools. Gault says both are charged with four counts of burglary, three counts of auto burglary, two counts of vandalism over $500, one count of vandalism over $1,000 and one count of theft over $1,000.
Both are scheduled for hearing in Bradley County Juvenile Court.