Missing Elderly Person Is Found - And Other Collegedale Police Calls

  • Friday, September 22, 2023

Night shift officers responded to a missing elderly person at Garden Plaza in Greenbriar Cove. A silver alert was issued and police and rescue services conducted an extensive search of the area. The missing individual was located shortly after midnight and returned to their home.

Officers responded to an alarm at the Spanish American SDA Church in the 4800 block of Colcord Drive. Everything checked out okay.

A tree fell in the 10700 block of Lee Highway blocking one lane of traffic. An officer directed traffic around the tree until public works arrived and removed it.

Police responded to the Hawthorne at the Crest for a disorder involving former partners who were separating. During the disorder one of the individuals climbed on top of a vehicle that was being loaded on a tow truck, refusing to follow any instructions given by the officers on scene. The individual was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.

An officer responded to the 4300 block of Katie Kim Lane after receiving a noise complaint regarding loud music. Nothing was located.

A Collegedale fugitive was booked at the jail on a petition to revoke bond warrant for theft.

A concerned citizen called police about a dump truck obstructing their view at the stop sign at Silver Lane and Apison Pike. The truck was gone when police arrived.

Police were asked to check on an individual who was frantically looking for their spouse in the 8900 block of Old Lee Highway. The spouses were reunited.

Police made contact with an individual at the Marathon gas station, in the 9200 block of Lee Highway, who was found to have Hamilton County warrants for burglary and traffic-related violations. The fugitive was taken into custody and transported to the jail.

A resident of the Hawthorne at the Summit apartment complex reported that unknown persons had stolen $400 from their home.

An individual in the Grindstone Estates neighborhood requested police to respond to their home because their spouse was having a mental health crisis.

Officers responded to the area of the 9200 block of Lee Highway in reference to a disturbance that had taken place at the Murphy gas station in the 5500 block of Little Debbie Parkway. Witnesses stated that an individual was screaming at another person standing outside of their vehicle, and they would attempt to drive away whenever that other person would try to get back in the vehicle. The area was checked for the individuals and the vehicle but nothing was located.

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