Theft in Burnt Prairie
A report of theft was made on Saturday, June 29 with the White County Sheriff’s Department by Roche Smothers of Burnt Prairie. Smothers reported that a three point hitch post hole digger had been taken from a lean to building at the Earl Musgraves Farms in Burnt Prairie. The digger was an older one that was rusty.
Damage to property in Enfield
Heather Smith of Enfield reported on Saturday to the Sheriff’s department that in the past two weeks someone has come onto her property and caused damage to a wooden bench around a tree in her back yard. A door to her unattached garage had also been damaged, but she did not find anything missing.
Residence entered in Enfield
Kimberly Duckworth of Enfield filed a report that her residence had been entered again and a gas can was missing. She found two windows that she felt someone had gained access through into the house. She reported the gas can was there at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, but noticed it missing around 7:30 a.m. the next morning.
Warrant arrest in Mill Shoals
The White County Sheriff’s Department took Christopher Bartley, 45, of Mill Shoals into custody on a warrant arrest when he turned himself into the Sheriff’s Department on Friday, June 28.
Crossville home with missing items
Karen Cotton of Crossville reported that someone had entered her home without permission and taken $20 from her bedroom, along with a bag of tobacco. It was unknown what the point of entry was, but the back door was found open and the front door was cracked open. Cotton said she left the residence around 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, June 27 and returned on Friday around 1 p.m.
Warrant arrest in Crossville
Dwight Sigmund, 23, of Crossville was taken into custody on an Edwards County warrant after it was reported he was in Crossville. He was wanted on unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia and unlawful possession of cannabis. He was transported to the White county Jail.
Theft of Services filed on Burnt Prairie resident
On Monday, July 1, Dakota Short, the mayor of Burnt Prairie, called the White County Sheriff’s office to report a Theft of Services. Short stated that the village had a water customer named Jace Webb, of Burnt Prairie, who was behind on his water bill payment by $800 and refused to pay any amount on the bill. The village consequently locked his water meter on June 12. Employees checked the water meter on July 1 and found the lock had been cut off and water restored to Webb’s residence. The mayor signed a complaint against him for Theft of Services.
Kayaks stolen in Grayville
On July 6, 2019, at approximately 5:43 p.m., Teresa Garman, of Grayville, called the White County Sheriff’s Department to report a theft. Garman reported that some time between June 30, 2019 and July 6, 2019, someone had forced the lock open on her shed and took two kayaks and four sets of kayak paddles. A gray Plano toolbox full of new hand tools was also missing. The kayaks were described as a green 10’ Sundolphin SER #JOK0043C616 and a Blue 8’ Sundolphin SER #JOK07752A717. She also stated that “Garman” was written in black letters toward the front on the top of both kayaks.
4 Wheeler stolen in Enfield
On July 7, 2019, at approximately 10:17 a.m., Alicia Pearce, of Enfield, reported a theft. She said that sometime between 10 p.m. the night before and that morning, someone entered her property and took a 2002 Honda Rubicon. The 4-wheeler 4x4 was hunter green in color and has three tires that go flat.
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