Chattanooga Police Work 6 Robberies, 35 Burglaries, 97 Thefts, 38 Shoplifting Cases March 17-24

Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Chattanooga Police worked 6 robberies, 35 burglaries, 97 thefts, and 38 shoplifting cases March 17-24:

Robberies were at:

4715 METRO PARK LN
4200 Dodds Avenue
508 N KELLEY ST
1030 OAK ST
200 N WILLOW ST.
7014 SHALLOWFORD RD, CHATTANOOGA (CENTER ST/SHALLOWFORD VILL

Burglaries were at:

4089 ARBOR PLACE LN
249 WATER ST
7710 E BRAINERD RD
813 GADD RD
122 REES AVE
2413 12TH AVE,
6819 CONNER LN
2914 HAYWOOD AVE
6906 PARK DR
204 S MOORE RD
502 MENLO ST, CHATTANOOGA (N GERMANTOWN RD/GILLESPIE RD) #[5
3131 MOUNTAIN CREEK RD
6320 FISK AVE
835 N GERMANTOWN RD.
110 ASTER AVE
4028 HIGHLAND AVE
4017 HIGHLAND AVE,
7736 Hancock Rd
314 TUNNEL BLVD
1320 GROVE STREET COURTS
417 MAULDETH RD
900 MISSISSIPPI AVE,
7822 E BRAINERD RD,
3828 HIGHLAND AVE.
1613 E 48TH ST
3512 2ND AVE, CHATTANOOGA (E 35TH ST/E 36TH ST) #[3500-3599]
5334 MEADOWBROOK LN
501 Cherokee Blvd
1707 S HIGHLAND PARK AVE
1614 Kirby Avenue
1304 BUCKLEY ST,
407 S LYERLY ST
6010 PINEHURST AVE,
1108 OLD PINEVILLE RD
1811 PINE NEEDLES TRL,

Thefts were at:

3742 PREMIUM DR
3301 PINEWOOD AVE
350 LOOKOUT HIGH ST
7646 LEE HWY,
2135 CHAPMAN RD
320 N GREENWOOD AVE
1100 MOUNTAIN CREEK RD
4201 WILLARD DR
953 BOYNTON DR
6901 LEE HWY, CHATTANOOGA (CONNER LN/ROBINSON DR) #[6900-691
7200 DISCOVERY DR,
1507 HICKORY VALLEY RD, CHATTANOOGA (NAKWISA DR/HICKORY TRAC
2201 PARK DR,
6960 LEE HWY, CHATTANOOGA (PARK DR/SHALLOWFORD RD) #[6940-69
3060 HAMILL RD
3917 ST ELMO AVE
1459 RIVERSIDE DR,
10 CLEARVIEW AVE
3644 CUMMINGS HWY
5500 BRAINERD RD
2431 WILLIAMS ST.
823 WHEELER AVE
50 BIRMINGHAM HWY
5525 HIGHWAY 153
5600 BRAINERD RD
865 E. 3rd St
1600 MCCALLIE AVE
5031 HIXSON PIKE
100 W 21ST ST.
6574 E BRAINERD RD
148 HOLLYBERRY LN
6574 E BRAINERD RD, CHATTANOOGA (BENHAM DR/VANCE RD) #[6496-
3804 14th Ave.
3800 15th Ave.
3200 Rossville Blvd
2100 HAMILTON PLACE BLVD
4301 AMNICOLA HWY,
126 HUNT AVE
3131 Mountain creek rd
7014 MCCUTCHEON RD
2131 CHAPMAN RD,
301 N HOLTZCLAW AVE
3416 GLENDON DR
4301 AMNICOLA HWY
@LOWES HIGHWAY 153
2225 GUNBARREL RD.
3432 ALTA VISTA DR, CHATTANOOGA (ELDERBERRY LN/VISTA DR) #[3
309 NYE DR
7010 MCCUTCHEON RD
1720 S SCENIC HWY
100 Douglas St
600 Hixson Pike
2200 HAMILTON PLACE BLVD
4860 HIXSON PIKE
3307 PINEWOOD TER
600 COMMERCIAL LN
1141 E 8TH ST,
4650 BUCCANEER TRL.
4101 AMNICOLA HWY,
5256 Hwy 153
1104 MISSISSIPPI AVE.
104 HANEY DR
5908 LAKE RESORT TER,
4501 AMNICOLA HWY.
2411 ROSSVILLE BLVD
3721 FAGAN ST
6314 E BRAINERD RD.
5764 HIGHWAY 153
2600 DODDS AVE, CHATTANOOGA
1148 E 23RD ST.
2600 DODDS AVE
1401 CHAMBERLAIN AVE
511 BROAD ST,
1421 CLOVERDALE CIR
6616 LEE HWY
1725 Market Street
5908 LAKE RESORT TER,
436 ROBERTS ST,
1304 Buckley St
3550 CUMMINGS HWY
4101 JEROME AVE
2514 UNION AVE
1971 CUMMINGS HWY
4820 HIXSON PIKE
1609 LONG ST
8001 VOLKSWAGEN DR
7022 SHALLOWFORD RD,
2810 4th Ave
1610 Foust St
3610 CHATEAU LN
2316 GREEN FOREST DR
715 Mansion Circle
975 E 3rd St
605 Cherokee Blvd
3728 WILCOX BLVD
975 E 3rd St
2001 WINDSOR ST, CHATTANOOGA (DEAD END/N WILLOW ST) #[2000-2

Shoplifting Cases were at:

5952 BRAINERD RD,
5706 LEE HWY,
5764 HIGHWAY 153
7421 COMMONS BLVD
490 Greenway View Dr
2020 GUNBARREL RD
7421 COMMONS BLVD
4810 ROSSVILLE BLVD
2100 HAMILTON PLACE BLVD
7421 COMMONS BLVD
5764 HIGHWAY 153
2528 BROAD ST,
5764 HIGHWAY 153
4860 HIXSON PIKE
2288 Gunbarrel Rd
2100 HAMILTON PLACE BLVD
501 SIGNAL MTN RD
2100 HAMILTON PLACE BLVD
3600 HIXSON PIKE
2100 HAMILTON PLACE BLVD
5764 HIGHWAY 153
5953 HIGHWAY 153
5380 HIGHWAY 153
501 SIGNAL MOUNTAIN RD
490 GREENWAY VIEW DR.
490 GREENWAY VIEW DR.
2020 GUNBARREL RD
1812 GUNBARREL RD,
6200 LEE HWY
501 SIGNAL MOUNTAIN RD
101 NORTHGATE MALL DR
8126 E BRAINERD RD
490 GREENWAY VIEW DR
7421 COMMONS BLVD
1301 HICKORY VALLEY RD
101 NORTHGATE MALL DR
5591 HIGHWAY 153
490 GREENWAY VIEW DR.


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