Suspect arrested in Bradley County storage unit thefts

CLEVELAND, Tenn. (WDEF) — The Bradley County Sheriff’s Office says they have made an arrest following multiple storage unit thefts.

The thefts occurred in November and December of 2017 across Bradley County, the Sheriff’s Office says.

According to the Sheriff’s Office, detectives were interviewing a person of interest when the person admitted to cutting locks, gaining entry, and taking several items from numerous storage units.

The Bradley County Sheriff’s Office has identified that person as 40-year-old Adam Russell Creighton of Cleveland.

The Sheriff’s Office says patrol units and investigators found and seized various stolen items that were later matched with incident reports.

According to the Sheriff’s Office, Creighton is now facing charges of 10 counts of Burglary, 2 counts of Vandalism, and Violation of Probation.

In a news release, Sheriff Eric Watson said, “I could not be more pleased with the work of our agency’s detectives and deputies. This arrest and recovery of stolen property was a collaborative effort between the Patrol and Criminal Investigations Divisions. Solving these alarming number of storage unit thefts and returning residents’ property only compliments our employees’ dedication of public service to this community.”

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