Officers Charge An Individual With Domestic Assault - And Other Collegedale Police Calls

  • Wednesday, April 3, 2024
Officers were dispatched to a report of domestic assault in the 9500 block of Rookwood Circle. Officers arrested and charged an individual on 2 counts of domestic assault.
Officers were dispatched to the area of Standifer Gap and Camp Road on a report of wires being down. EPB was on the scene when officers arrived.

Officers took a theft report in the 5900 block of Howe Lane after the property manager discovered missing components of their AC unit.

An individual in the 9300 block of Ocoee Drive reported damage done to their vehicle on March 10th.

A concerned citizen reported that a garage and front door of a residence were open in the 9500 block of Leyland Drive. Officers arrived and discovered a car door open, which the owner left open to wash their windows.

A concerned citizen reported that an individual was slumped over the wheel in the 8500 block of Apison Pike. Officers arrived and found that the individual was trying to start their car. Officers jump-started the vehicle and the driver got back on the road.

An individual called in wanting to speak with an officer due to having personal issues. Contact was made with the individual who was ok, but just wanted someone to talk to.

Regions Bank called in stating that they could smell smoke that appeared to be electrical. Tri Com found heat coming from the air duct.

An unknown 9-1-1 call came in from the 5100 block of Ooltewah Ringgold Road. Officers checked the area and found no signs of an emergency.

A citizen from the 5200 block of Asher Lane, reported suspicious activity on the SAU campus.

Officers made contact with two individuals standing by a dumpster in the 4900 block of Wellesley Drive. The individuals picked up some items near the trash and strapped them to the roof of their car. The individuals were identified for future reference due to them being near a construction site.

Officers were dispatched to the area of Pattentown Road on a report of a dead deer. Officers checked the area for Chattanooga due to it being their jurisdiction. No deer was located in the area.

A driver in the 5600 block of Main Street was issued a misdemeanor citation for driving on a suspended license.

While conducting a neighborhood check in the 10100 block of Larkspur Drive, a vehicle was located with the windows down. Due to recent attempted car burglaries, contact was made with the owner and the vehicle was secured.
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