Weekly Crime Report: 2 Rapes, 3 Robberies, 25 Burglaries

Monday, April 1, 2013

For the last week, Chattanooga Police investigated two rapes, three robberies and 25 burglaries.

Robberies were at 4228 Bonny Oaks Dr. (fish and bait shop), 902 Dallas Road (Kangaroo convenience store) and 3649 Brainerd Road (auto parts store).

Burglaries were at:

5453 Hancock Terrace

4905 Highway 58

1553 Southernwood Dr.

104 Arlington Terrace

806 Forest Dale Lane

3707 13th Ave.

2704 Shepherd View Dr.

5617 Tennessee Ave.

2108 N. Chamberlain Ave.

7739 Holiday Hills Circle

3500 Taylor St.

4905 Tennessee Ave.

1920 Gunbarrel Road

7621 Noah Reid Road

6100 Lee Highway

2607 E. 47th St.

3441 Wilcox Blvd.

6300 Grubb Road

4640 Woodmore View Circle

4604 Ricky Dr.

4703 Florida Ave.

2711 E. Main St.

206 Eveningside Dr.

4002 Fagan St.

4104 Fagan St.

 


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