Bradley County Sheriff’s Office arrest burglary suspect
By WRCB Staff
BRADLEY COUNTY, TN (WRCB) -
Bradley County Sheriff patrol deputies and detectives arrested a suspect who had been linked to two home burglaries and damage to a third.
Investigators tell Channel 3, that residents of Grays Ferry Road in rural northern Bradley County discovered forced entry to their homes when they returned Wednesday.
A crime scene investigators developed a solid lead on a possible suspect, who lives less than a mile away.
Detectives secured a search warrant for the Eads Bluff Road home of 21-year-old David Madison Jolley Jr. Investigators recovered six flat screen TV’s and other items that had been taken from the two burglarized homes.
Damage was also found to a window and interior of a third residence that had been struck by a projectile from a pellet gun.
Jolley was transported to the Bradley County jail where he was charged with two counts of Aggravated Burglary, two counts of Theft over $1,000, and one count of vandalism.
Most of the items stolen from the homes were recovered. The criminal investigations division is working to track down the remaining property.
Monday, August 21 2017 2:11 AM EDT2017-08-21 06:11:50 GMT
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