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Child Accidentally Locked In Car - And Other Collegedale Police Calls

  • Monday, May 20, 2024

Officers responded to a report of a child locked in a vehicle in the Walmart parking lot. Officers arrived on the scene and were able to open the door and reunite the baby with the parents.

Officers assisted an elderly individual after being confused with the whereabouts of their vehicle.

Officers assisted a broken-down motorist in the 1000 block of Pine Hill.

Officers conducted a well-being check on a juvenile in the 5100 block of Silver Lane. 

An individual in the 9000 block of Ocoee Street was arrested on harassment charges.

Officers were dispatched to an alarm in the 9200 Block of Homewood Circle. Everything checked okay.

A theft report was taken in the 5000 block of Little Debbie Parkway.

An unknown 9-1-1 call came in from the 9400 block of Apison Pike. Officers searched the area and found no signs of an emergency.

Officers and the fire department responded to a fire alarm in the 5000 block of Wellesley Drive. The alarm was the result of a faulty smoke detector.

While conducting a neighborhood check in the 4800 block of Sunkist Terrace, Officers encountered a vehicle with two occupants “talking.” They were advised to find somewhere else to “talk.”

A driver in the 8400 block of Apison Pike was misdemeanor cited for driving without a license. 

Officers responded to a residential fire in the 9600 block of Regency Court. Officers secured the scene while the Fire Department extinguished the fire.

Officers encountered two individuals walking in the 10300 block of Lee Highway. They were given a courtesy ride due to the danger of walking on the road.

A wallet found at the Imagination Station was turned in to officers at City Hall.

A driver in the 5200 block of Little Debbie was misdemeanor cited for driving on a suspended license.

Officers assisted Chattanooga with an alarm in the 9100 block of Lee Highway. The alarm was accidentally set off.

Officers responded to property damage in the 5700 block of Sunburst Court. Officers found a vehicle with heavy damage that was struck by another vehicle. Officers conducted an investigation and found that a neighbor struck that vehicle in the early morning. That individual was misdemeanor cited for leaving the scene of an accident.

Officers assisted with an unknown 9-1-1 call in the 8200 block of Witherow Way. Officers searched the area and found no signs of an emergency. 

A driver in the 5300 block of Little Debbie Parkway was misdemeanor cited for driving without a license and financial responsibility.

A traffic stop was conducted on a vehicle driving in both lanes with no lights in the 5800 block of Main Street. K9 Maxim was deployed for a free air sniff. Maxim gave a positive alert for the presence of narcotics in the vehicle, which resulted in meth and paraphernalia being found. A Red Bank officer drove across the county to assist in searching the driver. This resulted in the driver being taken into custody and charged with DUI, possession of Schedule II with intent, and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Officers were dispatched to an alarm in the 5500  block of Little Debbie Parkway. Everything was secure at this location.

Officers responded to a fire alarm in the 9300 block of Apison Pike. The alarm was accidentally set off.

Officers assisted Chattanooga PD by responding to an alarm in the 9400 block of Bradmore Lane. Everything checked okay.

Officers made contact with an intoxicated individual in the 8800 block of Old Lee Highway. The individual had an open bottle inside his vehicle and showed obvious signs of impairment. Officers conducted Standard Field Sobriety Testing and the individual was taken into custody and charged with DUI after blowing a .234. The individual was also charged with Driving on a license that was revoked for DUI.

An individual was misdemeanor cited for theft after stealing at Walmart.

Officers responded to a domestic assault in the 10900 block of Shortcut Road. The aggressor left the scene before offices arrived and conducted an investigation.

Officers assisted a broken-down vehicle in the 9100 block of Apison Pike.

A Collegedale fugitive was picked up from the Bradley County Jail. The individual was booked on a bond revocation warrant for driving charges.

A driver in the 8800 block of Apison Pike was misdemeanor cited for driving on a revoked license.


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