Police Work 6 Robberies, 46 Burglaries, 1 Rape May 2-8

Thursday, May 23, 2013

Chattanooga Police worked six robberies, 46 burglaries and one rape in the period May 2-8.

Robberies were at 3838 Rae Trail, Washington Alternative School at 7821 Hancock Road, Big Daddy's at 3901 Dodds Ave., 4555 Tricia Dr., Wendy's on Brainerd Road, and Kangaroo Express at 600 Ashland Terrace.  

Burglaries were at 1306 Woodhill Dr., 805 Brynwood Dr., 313 McBrien Road, 5614 Spring Garden Lane, 3704 West Ave., 375 Warren Place, 4302 Howell Road, 1701 N.

Concord Road, 3912 Blanchard St., 3740 Thrushwood Dr., 10 Rose Circle, 3414 Kelly's Ferry Road, 1521 Hickory Valley Road, 1102 S. Watkins St., 1336 Grove St. Ct., 3805 Cummings Highway, Days Inn on Lee Highway, 7301 E. Brainerd Road, 6228 Airpark Dr., 3600 Hixson Pike, 5011 State St., 308 Chambliss St., 2187 E. 37th St., 900 Mountain Creek Road, 3510 N. Orchard Knob Ave., 2904 E. 47th St., 4604 Old Mission Road, 510 Central Dr., 720 Ely Road, 1735 Jeanaga Tr., 252 N. Orchard Knob Ave., 2300 Wilson St., 2011 E. 13th St., 4511 Rockford Lane, 2804 S. Hickory St., 1462 Morris Hill Road, 705 W. Henderson Dr., 627 Sylvan Dr., 4715 Bonny Oaks Dr., 3929 Webb Oaks Ct., 6237 Stockton Dr., 4537 Balcomb St., 841 E. 8th St., 316 Pine Ridge Road, 301 Patten Chapel Road and 3210 14th Ave.


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