Two suspects have been identified by the Bradley County Sheriff's Office in Cleveland, Tennessee, in connection with burglaries in December at Bradley Central High School, according to a statement.
Steven Ray Levi, of Cleveland, is facing charges of two counts of burglary and theft over $2,500 stemming from an investigation into Dec. 15 theft of athletic equipment from the baseball and football facilities at the school that included bat bags, a radar gun, clothing and a Yamaha Rhino ATV, officials said. Investigators used surveillance video and witness interviews to develop Levi as a suspect.
Bradley authorities said the ATV was recovered along with several other items, and a second suspect has been identified in the case and is facing charges. That suspect has not been named as the investigation continues.
Anyone with any additional information about the burglary at Bradley Central High School is urged to contact the sheriff's office's Property Crimes Division Tip Line at 423-728-7336.