BY KEN LITTLE
Greeneville police are investigating a burglary at the office of a doctor charged earlier this month with crack cocaine possession.
The latest break-in at the Trinity Internal Medicine office of Dr. Robert W. Locklear, at 895 East Andrew Johnson Highway, happened between Monday night and Tuesday morning, Officer Brian Moore said in a report.
A rear window in the building was broken to provide entry.
The responsible party cut themselves as the building was entered, the report said.
Stolen from the office was "an unknown brand name computer" worth about $500, the report said.
Greeneville police also investigated a reported break-in between June 6 and 7 at Locklear's office, which has been closed since his arrest on June 11.
An employee arriving at the office the morning of June 7 found a rear window broken and the "office ransacked," according to a report.
Locklear, 42, was formally charged June 11 with two counts of felony possession of a Schedule II drug. He is free on $80,000 bond and the case is pending.
Locklear has operated the private internal medicine practice at 895 E. Andrew Johnson Highway for about a year.
The medical office "is closed for an undetermined amount of time," an employee said last week.