Chattanooga Has 54 Burglaries In A Week

Saturday, August 31, 2013

Chattanooga homes and businesses were victimized by 54 burglaries in a week.

The break-ins occurred Aug. 15-21.

There were also four robberies. Those were at Tiffany's Nails at 5509 Brainerd Road, 4831 Bonny Oaks Dr., 217 Sequoia Dr., 2001 E. 3rd St. and 1815 Rankin St. 

Burglaries were at 105 Halsey St., 1204 Echo Dr., 716 Sylvan Dr., 7356 Lee Highway, 8701 E. Brainerd Road, 1605 Foust St., 4714 Rogers Road, 4910 Woodland View Circle, 720 N. Kelley St., 812 Dodson Ave., 412 Hamilton Ave., 5004 Cameron Lane, 3804 14th Ave., 3825 Hixson Pike, 5502 Belaire Dr., 1913 Croy Lane, 714 Woodvale Ave., 4711 Florida Ave., 3965 Jasmine St., 600 N. Orchard Knob Ave., 802 McGowan Ave., 1312 Ely Road, 1344 N. Concord Road, 609 Snow St., 801 Talley Road, 5904 Quintus Loop, 701 N. Germantown Road, 124 Signal Hills Dr., 3307 Tarlton Ave., 431 Browns Ferry Road, 1810 S. Holly St., 4025 Oakwood Dr., 1002 Woodfinch Trail, 2017 S. Orchard Knob Ave., 5001 Tennessee Ave., 7324 Noah Reid Road, 807 N. Germantown Road, 5006 Woodland View Circle, 1507 Lynnbrook Ave., 3467 Wilcox Blvd., 2712 Curtis St., 1713 E. Main St., 5011 State St., 6638 Gary Lane, 6220 Shallowford Road, 4310 Righton Lane, 502 Biltmore Dr., 4116 Albemarle Ave., 1208 Kathys Trail, 1829 Tunnel Blvd., 507 Tunnel Blvd., 783 Winding Hills Lane, 1703 S. Kelly St. and 306 Workman Road.    

Chattanooga Police no longer provide up-to-date incident reports on burglaries and robberies. Police said details of "active cases" can no longer be made public.

Police do provide a list of where incidents, including burglaries and robberies, occur. These are given out about a week and a half after the fact. No details are included.


 


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