3 Arrested In Red Bank Burglary

Monday, February 03, 2014

Three people have been arrested in a burglary over the weekend, in Red Bank.

On Saturday, at approximately 5:30 p.m., the Red Bank Police Department responded to a reported residential burglary at an apartment at 20 Mason Drive. 

Witnesses reported to police they heard sounds of what they believed to be a door being broken down within the complex. A physical description of three potential suspects leaving the apartment in question was provided to police. 

One of the suspects was seen carrying a shotgun as he exited the residence. As a result of further investigation, a tag number was obtained for the suspect’s vehicle which was later located at a residence near Germantown Road and Brainerd Road in Chattanooga.

This investigation resulted in the arrest of three suspects, Ivan Newsom, 19, ($70,000 bond) Nick Ross, 21, ($95,000 bond), and Xavier Moore, 19, ($110,000 bond), all of Chattanooga.  

All three were charged with one count each of aggravated burglary, theft of property valued in excess of $500, and possession of a firearm. Police seized weapons, cash and drugs as a result of this investigation.

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