A four-wheeler was among items reported stolen on Monday morning from a home on Copper Springs Road in Springville.
According to a report by Henry County Sheriff’s Cpl. Forrest Kemp, he spoke with the owner, who said he was in the process of moving out of the home.
He said he was last at the home at about 5 p.m. Friday.
When the owner returned Monday at 9:30 a.m., he found the home had been entered and several items were missing.
In a locked shed, a two-piece multi-drawer Craftsman tool chest, which the owner said contained assorted hand tools, was missing.
Also missing from the shed was an ammunition loading machine and assorted ammunition, including 12-, 20- and 16-gauge shotgun shells and .22-, .45- and 9-millimeter handgun bullets.
Kemp said he didn’t notice any pry marks on the drawers.
In an open lean-to next to the shed, a Honda 4 Trax two-wheel-drive four-wheeler was found to be missing.
The owner said the front brakes were bad, and he had taken the brakes and spindles off for repair before replacing the tires.
He said the seat had also been taken off, and was laying beside the four-wheeler when he last saw it.
Both the all-terrain vehicle and the seat were missing.
In addition to the four-wheeler, valued at $1,000, the following items were reported missing: the ammunition reloading machine, $300; the ammunition; and the multi-drawer cabinet and tools, $1,500; a black plastic toolbox, $200; a crossbow, $150; and a meat grinder, $150.
The case was turned over to the Criminal Investigations Division.
In an unrelated incident, a Paris man was arrested Monday on drug charges.
Robert Todd Cameron, 39, of 85 Mansfield Road, was arrested at 10:40 a.m. Monday by Paris Police Sgt. Eric Long.
According to an arrest report, he was charged with possession of a Schedule II controlled substance with the intent to manufacture, deliver or sell.
He was scheduled to appear Tuesday in Henry County General Sessions Court. His bond was set at $25,000.