Crime Stoppers: Robbery At The Brainerd Walmart

Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Crime Stoppers and the Chattanooga Police Department are seeking information regarding a robbery at the Walmart on Greenway View Drive in Brainerd. 

An unknown suspect arrived at the Walmart at 490 Greenway View Dr. on April 29 at approximately 1:45 a.m. The suspect entered from the side of the store through the shopping cart door. He went to an employee who was collecting the money from the cash register and placing the money in a shopping cart. The suspect pushed the employee to the side and took the cart to the exit.

The suspect then placed the money into a duffle bag and ran from Walmart towards the levee.

The suspect is seen in the photos as an individual wearing a black “hoody,” camouflage jacket, black gloves, tan shoes and tan pants. The suspect could possibly have a limp.   

Anyone with information on this robbery should call Crime Stoppers. A confidential call could result in a reward of up to $1,000.

Call Crime Stoppers at 698-3333.


A Memorial Day Reflection

I wish I could find that combination of words that would capture an inclusive meaning of Memorial Day.  I have attended many Memorial Day programs at the Chattanooga National Cemetery, so many that now they have merged into one memory.  But what stands out is that each year there are more friends and veterans to visit.  Some gave their all many years ago.  And ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: Two More Kick Out UAW

Woody Hayes, the great Ohio State football coach, used to teach his players to “paralyze resistance with persistence” but, my word, the likable theory has taken quite a beating in the past two years at the NTN-Bower ball-bearing plant in Hamilton, Ala. The workers there voted to decertify from the United Auto Workers union two years ago but getting the UAW out the door has turned ... (click for more)

Gilpin, Stocks Victorious In Chattanooga Chase 8K

John Gilpin has done plenty of training in North Chattanooga and is very familiar with the Chattanooga Chase and the series of hills the oldest race in Chattanooga is known for. Jennifer Stocks has done more than her share of workouts on those roads, so she was fully aware of the challenge she faced when the starting horn sounded. Both were overall winners in this unique 8K ... (click for more)

Golf and Chattanooga Have Lost Another Oehmig

  It was a classic Father’ Day golf picture. No, not Jack and Arnie and their kids relaxing at Augusta National with the Dogwoods blooming. But the Oehmig men – Lew, the family patriarch, with his youngest son, King, and his then two grade school age sons Henry and John, all crowded into, what else, a golf cart and donning that Oehmig glasses look – round, turtle shell-colored ... (click for more)