Officers Assist With A Runaway Juvenile - And Other Collegedale Police Calls

  • Tuesday, April 2, 2024

A runaway juvenile was reported in the 9600 block of Dutton Lane. Officers gathered information and found an address in Chattanooga, where the juvenile may be. Chattanooga officers made contact with an individual last seen with the juvenile, who stated that the individual was dropped off at their parent's residence. The juvenile was located by Collegedale Officers a short time later and returned home safely.

Officers took a fraud report after a citizen in the 5600 block of Jonquil Lane reported fraudulent activity on their credit card.

Officers assisted a citizen with questions concerning an order of protection or restraining order. The citizen was advised of their options.

A citizen in the 9600 block of Wiltshire was checked on after calling into City Hall asking to speak with an officer. Officers went to the residence and made contact with the individual who just wanted someone to talk to.

An unknown 9-1-1 call came in from the 5500 block of Little Debbie Parkway. Officers checked the area and found no signs of an emergency.

A Meigs County Fugitive wanted on a DUI warrant went into custody after a traffic stop in the 10500 block of Lee Highway.

A shoplifter at Walmart was issued a misdemeanor citation for theft after being caught skip-scanning items at self-checkout.

Officers responded to the 5200 block of Mendoza Place on a report of a Domestic Assault. Officers arrived, and a short investigation resulted in an individual getting arrested for domestic assault.

An individual in the 9300 block of Ocoee Street reported a delayed crash from March 10th.

An individual at Little Debbie Park called in claiming that they needed help. Officers arrived, and the individual said they wanted someone to talk to. Officers encouraged the individual to find a ride home, to which the individual called a family member.

Officers responded to the 5000 block of Ooltewah Ringgold Road on reports of an unruly juvenile. Upon arrival, officers made contact with a parent and the juvenile. The mother was given some information on how to proceed with the unruly juvenile.

Officers were conducting a neighborhood check at the Apison Villa and discovered an open door. Officers cleared the residence and secured the door.

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