A suspect in a Cleveland, Tenn., car burglary is facing similar charges in a separate case investigated by the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office, according to a news release.
Christopher M. Stringer, 21, was arrested Saturday after he crashed his vehicle while fleeing Cleveland police investigating a car burglary on Fulbright Road. He was charged with felony reckless endangerment driving on a suspended license, stop sign violation, violation of the financial responsibility law, auto burglary and theft, police said at the time. Stolen property was recovered in the car, police said.
On Thursday, sheriff’s office spokesman Bob Gault said Stringer also had property taken from a vehicle on Caperton Road in the unincorporated county.
Gault said Stringer faces county charges of auto burglary and theft.
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