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Bradley County man arrested of theft, burglary warrants

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BRADLEY COUNTY, TN (WRCB) -- Warrant Division deputies with Bradley County tracked down Keith A. Clark Thursday at a location on Old Benton Pike in eastern Bradley County. Clark was being sought on felony warrants for theft over $250,000 and aggravated burglary.

Detectives conducting the investigation of a theft last month on Bucks Pocket Road took out warrants for Clark and a cousin, Myrtie Franklin Keith, 32, earlier this week.

The loss has been placed at $260,000, making it one of the largest to occur in Bradley County in quite some time, according to spokesman Bob Gault.

Electrical wiring was ripped out of seven chicken houses and a three story home.  In addition, an emergency power generator and two heating and air conditioning units were stolen.

Clark was brought to the Bradley County jail where he was processed and will be held without bond until an initial appearance in General Sessions court on Friday.

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