WOODSTOCK, Ga. -- Cherokee County sheriff's investigators recently found a number of stolen items on a suspect's property. The goods were reported stolen from a church and two school districts.

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The items were discovered Tuesday by a sheriff's deputy who arrived at the home on Sugar Pike Road to serve court papers.

The deputy noticed a trailer on the lot, ran a license check and determined it had been reported stolen from North Central Area Missions in Woodstock in September, according to Cherokee County Sheriff's Lt. Jay Baker.

Sheriff's detectives executed a search warrant at the home. They discovered many more items taken from the church, including generators, nail guns, drills and saws, which were hidden in a crawl space; inflatable bounce houses; and popcorn machines.

Baker said detectives also found laptops and palm pilots registered to school districts in Douglas and Gilmer counties.

The house belongs to 38-year-old Thomas Allen Reeves, who was arrested Oct. 26 on unrelated charges and is being held without bond in the Cherokee County Adult Detention Center.

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Baker said Reeves does not yet face charges related to the stolen goods, as investigators are still sorting through the items.