Police Work 13 Robberies, 45 Burglaries Aug. 1-7

Sunday, August 25, 2013

Chattanooga Police worked 13 robberies and 45 burglaries Aug. 1-7.

Robberies were at 1116 Overlook, 2301 E. 28th St., 318 Tremont St., 1903 Randolph St., 5517 Brainerd Road, 6316 Stockton Dr., Kennedy Jewelers at 2012 E. Main St., 1300 Greenwood, 2000 S. Kelley St., 953 Boynton Dr., 2110 E. Main St., 7758 Basswood Dr. and Kangaroo Express at 902 Dallas Road. 

Burglaries were at Kangaroo Express at 4858 Highway 58, 7710 E. Brainerd Road, 1630 S. Greenwood, 7604 Noah Reid Road, 8356 Kayla Rose, 4703 Divine Ave.

, 1716 Foust St., Subway at 920 Signal Mountain Road, 7616 Asherton Lane, 415 S. Seminole Dr., 640 W. 14th St., 3512 Marport St., 4012 6th Ave., 1909 Chestnut St., 5700 Tennessee Ave., 1837 Dana Lane, 6306 Highway 58, 1517 E. 13th St., Finley Stadium, 7310 Standifer Gap Road, 1222 Russell St., 3619 Rogers Road, 3709 N. Terrace, 4111 10th Ave., 2225 Roanoke Ave., 4608 Trailwood Dr., 1118 Pembroke Lane, 7510 Lee Highway, 7740 Pinewood Dr., 4120 Gann Store Road, 621 Shallowford Road, 119 Crestview Circle, 7616 Asherton Lane, 2301 E. 17th St., 6415 Edgmon Forest, 733 Mansion Circle, 4732 Rocky River, 1017 Summer St., 8302 Igou Gap Road, 2311 Kirby Ave., 5301 Alabama Ave., 6205 Fisk Ave., 1407 Bunker Hill Dr., 1315 Dugdale St. and 4800 13th Ave.


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