Thefts Reported In Tullahoma

Tullahoma Police CarA resident of Gentry Street reported a radio stolen from his vehicle last week.
James Vann Pearson reported Wednesday, April 23, to Tullahoma Officer Donnie Burnett that someone removed a police scanner from his car.
Pearson stated that his vehicle had been locked and there were no signs of tampering to the car.
Tullahoma Police are investigating the theft of a washing machine.
Johnny Chumley of South Roosevelt Street reported to Tullahoma Police Officer Tim Brandon on Wednesday, April 23, that someone took a Maytag washing machine that was beside his trailer on Roosevelt. He stated that the washer that was beside his front door had white tape on the drain.

Two people were arrested Thursday for the theft of bicycles.
Treal Montreaz (Berry) Wooten, 23 and a juvenile were charged with theft of property for the taking of the bicycles from a residence on Whispering Oaks Circle.
Bille Jo Erskin reported to Tullahoma Officer Chase Sons that the two individuals took the bicycles. The pair were then spotted by Patrolman Tim Brandon near East Lincoln School with the bikes. They admitted to taking the bicycles and were booked into the Coffee County Jail.
A resident of South Franklin Street reported to police that someone entered her residence and took several rings.
Barbara Lowe reported to Officer Rocky Ruehling on Tuesday April 22 that in the last two weeks someone has entered her residence and took seven rings from a wooden chest. The police report states that the chest had some visible marks on it.
The rings were valued at $6,750.
The thieves also took keys to her vehicle.
Detective Rana Pawlowski is investigating the incident.

Pawlowski is also investigating the theft of electronics from a residence on Rickenbacker Drive.
James Douglas McCormick reported to Sgt. Phil Henderson Thursday that someone entered his residence and took a PlayStation 3, a PlayStation 4, two game controllers, a game and an Emerson 35 inch flat screen television.