_ 6650 Ringgold Rd.: On Sunday night, police responded to the La Quinta Inn on a reported armed robbery. According to a “pass along” report, officers spoke with a desk clerk who told them that she was robbed by two black male. One of the men, the clerk said, was wearing a black Fred Sanford shirt over a white long sleeve shirt. He had on maroon shoes. A younger black male was wearing a black NASA hoodie and a red Alabama cap. The report states that the suspects got away with all the money out of the cash drawer ($195) and the desk clerk’s purse containing her wallet with credit cards and identification.
_ 800 South Germantown Rd.: Isiah Tatum was arrested on Sunday night for warrants out of Cumberland County after officers got out with him due to Tatum matching the description of a robbery suspect from the La Quinta Inn.
_ Ringgold Road at Keeble Street: On Sunday a man and woman were arrested at this location after they were observed searching through donated items at the Goodwill donation center. Daniel Sisco, 36 of a Harrison address, was arrested on a charge of Criminal Impersonation. Chastity Byrd was arrested on outstanding Hamilton County warrants.
_ 1219 John Ross Rd.: On Saturday night Ashley Day, 30, was arrested for Aggravated Domestic Assault on her mother, who is under hospice care. According to a “pass along” report, EMS responded to the scene but the victim refused to go to the hospital.
_ 6700 Ringgold Rd.: On Thursday night, Dylan Jones was arrested during a traffic stop at this location. According to a “pass along” report, police stopped the 2004 Suzuki that Jones was riding for “a violation of a traffic control device.” Police discovered that Jones was found to be unlicensed for the operation of a motorcycle. Jones was also found to have a Taurus .9 mm concealed in his waistband. The report states that upon a consensual search of Jones, police discovered a small clear baggie containing two grams of methamphetamine on his person. Jones, 23, of a White Tail Drive address in Ooltewah, was charged with Possession of Methamphetamine and Unlawful Possession of a Firearm.
5515 Ringgold Rd.: On Thursday night police responded to an auto theft at the laundromat at this address. According to a “pass along” report, the female victim told police that she parked her rental car and left the key in it while she went inside to check her clothes. A white male took the car, a 2006 Scion. The report states that the car had a GPS on board, and that the owner, Tweety’s Auto Rental, tracked the car to a Wilson Road address in Walker County where it was recovered.