Crime Briefs: Dec. 29, 2012
Tools stolen from farm
More than $1,000 worth of tools and related items were reported stolen from a farm on Sour Grass Road near Corning this week, the Tehama County Sheriff's Department reported.
Farm employees reported that sometime between 7 p.m.Tuesday and 8 a.m. Wednesday, someone broke a window to the business and stole a large amount of tools and two extension cords valued at $1,007.
Two televisions, a sofa, fishing gear and an assortment of tools were reported stolen sometime between Dec. 9 and Tuesday at a home on Skyline Drive in Red Bluff, the Sheriff's Department reported.
Juan Guerra of Red Bluff told deputies someone forced entry into his house through a sliding glass door and stole a 40-inch Toshiba television, a 55-inch Panasonic projection television, hand tools, sofa, six fishing rods and reels, and 24-inch Poulan chainsaw. Total value of the stolen items is reported to be $6,500.
A residence on the 1900 block of McKinley Avenue in Corning was shot at around 12:04 a.m. last Saturday, the Corning police reported.
Neighbors told police they heard six shots fired, but did not know from where they came.
On Sunday, a woman reported finding bullets holes on the outside of her McKinley Avenue residence. No casing where located and the woman did not know why someone would shoot at her home.