BY KEN LITTLE
Last week was another busy week for criminals in Greene County.
A 42-inch Sylvania flat-screen television was stolen on Thursday from a house in the 300 block of Fox Mays Road, sheriff's Deputy John Stills said in a report.
The homeowner said assorted jewels, clothing and makeup were also taken.
All the doors in the house were locked, and there were no signs of forced entry.
The value of the television and other stolen items totals $1,150.
A possible female suspect was named in the report.
A Casio keyboard was stolen Thursday from a house in the 300 block of Pruitt Road North, Stills said in a report.
The victim told deputies that when she got home, the front and back doors were open, but there were no signs of forced entry.
The keyboard is valued at $200.
A dish containing about $50 in change and a "few dollar bills" was stolen, sheriff's Deputy Aaron Rogers said.
The burglary happened between 1 and 6 p.m. Thursday from the 700 block of Black Road.
The victim returned home to find his door had been forced open, the report said.
Metal and a PVC pipe was stolen between Wednesday night and Thursday from the side of the house in the 300 block of Mae McKee Road, sheriff's Deputy Michael Jones said in a report.
The piping is valued at $50.
A possible suspect is named in the report.
A trailer measuring 6 by 12 feet was stolen between Dec. 1 and Wednesday from in front of a house in the 2500 block of Shakerag Road, sheriff's deputies said in a report.
The owner told deputies that the trailer was last seen Sunday, Dec. 1, in his barn.
The trailer is black with a wooden bed and white spoke wheels. It is valued at $1,250.
A Kobalt tool box and tools were stolen between Nov. 24 and Dec. 1 from an address in the 100 block of Heritage Road North, sheriff's Deputy C.H. Jessie said in a report.
The items are valued at $250.
A possible male suspect is named in the report.
A 21-inch Samsung flat-screen television was stolen between Nov, 24 and Dec. 1 from a house in the 5000 block of Asheville Highway, sheriff's Deputy Robert Mathes said in a report.
The victim told deputies she was out of state and found her garage door open when she returned home.
She found her back door had been forced open and "her rooms had been gone through," the report said.
Also stolen were a sewing machine, two coin books and a purse containing foreign currency. The pillowcases were missing from the bed in the victim's bedroom, the report said.
The value of the stolen items totals $4,250.
Damage to the door and door frame totals $1,500.