Officers were advised to be on the lookout for an intoxicated driver near the Hills Parc apartment complex off of Little Debbie Parkway. The sheriff’s office located and pursued the vehicle but the driver successfully eluded the deputies. Collegedale officers were able to locate and detain the individual for the pursuing deputies after the individual had taken a Uber back to their residence at Hills Parc.
A Collegedale fugitive turned themself in to Collegedale police to be booked on a failure to appear warrant. They were released on bond.
Officers responded to a verbal disorder in the Grindstone Estates neighborhood. No crimes were committed.
A resident in the 4300 block of Katie Kim Lane reported that a stove had been stolen from their front porch earlier in the month.
A concerned citizen reported that a suspicious vehicle had been sitting at the entrance of an RV storage lot, in the 9100 block of Jac Cate Road, for an extended period of time. The occupants were found to be waiting for the owner of an RV to arrive so they could leave for a family trip.
A vehicle was illegally parked in the 9600 block of Bill Reed Road. The owner was located and the vehicle was moved.
A traffic stop in the 10700 block of Lee Highway resulted in a passenger’s arrest for criminal impersonation, felony possession of narcotics and drug paraphernalia, as well as for an auto theft related warrant out of Madison County, Va.
A resident from The Village at Apison Pike apartment complex reported that their estranged spouse had sent someone to their workplace to harass them.
A Collegedale fugitive was booked on a petition to revoke bond warrant from a previous narcotics arrest.
Officers assisted the fire department with a lift assist of an elderly resident who had fallen in the Grindstone Estates neighborhood.
A traffic stop in the 5200 block of Little Debbie Parkway led to the occupant being charged with the unlawful possession of marijuana.
Police responded to the Hawthorne at the Summit apartment complex after receiving reports that a vehicle had struck the community’s front gate. The vehicle was located but the driver was not.
A fire alarm was activated at the Hamilton County EMS Medic 5 station in the 10900 block of Apison Pike. The alarm was found to be malfunctioning.
Police were dispatched to the 5200 block of Tallant Road for a dead deer blocking a travel lane. The deer was removed from the roadway and Public Works was notified to collect the animal.
Officers responded to the Spring Green apartments after receiving reports that a resident was smoking marijuana in their home. No contact was made with the resident.
A Collegedale fugitive at the Hamilton County Jail was booked on a bond revocation warrant from a previous charge of driving while their license was suspended.
Police were dispatched to a home in the 4400 block of Suhrie Road for a residential fire. The issue was found to have been an electrical issue involving a heater in the attic. There was no smoke or fire. The fire department checked the scene.
County deputies doing a well-being check in the 4200 block of Woodland Drive identified a Collegedale fugitive wanted for theft. Collegedale officers responded and took custody of the fugitive, who was booked and released on bond.
A Collegedale fugitive turned themselves in to be booked on a theft warrant. They were released on bond.
An officer took a crash report in the 9000 block of Jac Cate Road after a vehicle pulled out of the car wash in front of another oncoming vehicle.
Officers checked the well-being of an individual in the 9800 block of Moore Road. Everything checked out okay.
A single car crash was reported in the 5800 block of Main Street after the vehicle was driven into the ditch.
A traffic stop in the 9400 block of Lee Highway resulted in the driver being charged with driving on a suspended license and a passenger charged with unlawful possession of marijuana.
A hit and run crash was reported at the intersection of Main and Ocoee Streets.
An individual came to city hall to file a harassment report against their estranged spouse.
Chattanooga police made contact with a Collegedale fugitive who had a bond revocation warrant from a previous driving on a suspended license charge. The fugitive was transported to the jail.
A motorist reported that they had left their wallet on top of their car while at the Walmart and that it had fallen off somewhere between the store and their residence on High Street in Ooltewah.
A traffic stop in the 4600 block of Ooltewah Ringgold Road resulted in the driver being charged with unlawful possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia.
A traffic stop in the 5900 block of Elementary Way resulted in a driver’s license seizure.
K9 Maxim assisted Chattanooga police officers with a drug sniff during a traffic stop in the 5900 block of Lee Highway. Maxim alerted officers to the presence of drugs in the vehicle and as a result used drug paraphernalia was found and seized.
Spanish speaking Collegedale officers assisted a sheriff’s deputy during a DUI traffic stop and arrest of a non-English speaking driver in the 1100 block of I-75.
An officer responded to a minor crash in the Burger King parking lot. No damage was observed and neither driver wanted to make a report.
A Collegedale fugitive at the county jail was booked on bond revocation warrants for theft and conspiracy.
A Tractor Supply employee made a complaint that a garbage truck nearly struck their vehicle in the store lot.
Officers responded to a domestic assault in progress in the 10400 block of Lee Highway after receiving reports that an elderly person was hitting their spouse and a sibling. It was decided that no criminal enforcement action would be taken and outside help would be sought by the family for their particular situation.
A driver left the interstate after seeing smoke coming from under their vehicle’s hood and drove to the Arby’s parking lot shortly before the vehicle became fully engulfed in flames. The fire department responded and knocked down the fire. No injuries were reported and the vehicle was towed from the scene.
A traffic stop in the 5500 block of Little Debbie Parkway resulted in the driver being charged with driving with a suspended license.
An individual was charged with shoplifting at the Walmart.
An officer assisted a motorist with a dead battery in the Walmart parking lot by providing a boost.
A traffic stop in the 10400 block of Lee Highway resulted in the driver’s arrest for driving on a license revoked for DUI.
An individual came to city hall reporting that their phone was advising them of an unknown air tag in their vehicle. Their vehicle was checked but no air tag was found.
A traffic stop in the 7900 block of Apison Pike resulted in the driver being charged with driving on a suspended license and being in unlawful possession of marijuana.