The following information was provided by East Ridge police from department “pass along” reports from Monday, April 15.
Day Shift April 15
3517 Pinellas Lane:
A medical distress call was received involving a medical issue. CPR was in progress. East Ridge Police responded with East Ridge Fire Department personnel. The patient was transported to the hospital.
3226 Ardian Trail:
East Ridge Police officers responded with East Ridge Fire Department personnel on a medical distress call. The patient was transported to the hospital.
1506 Castleberry Avenue:
A man from this address met with police at the East Ridge Fire and Police Service Center to report his motorcycle registration decal stolen. The man was unsure when the decal was stolen but needed a report prior to obtaining a new decal.
929 Spring Creek Road:
Police responded to the Doctor’s Building at Parkridge East after being requested to be present while a patient was being seen. The request was made due to previous hostile encounters by the patient with staff.
4005 Bennett Road:
Police spoke with Child Protective Services regarding a delayed sexual battery. The incident involves a juvenile and has occurred over the course of a year. Child Protective Services advised that they will be conducting further investigation and that the juvenile was not in immediate danger.
522 South Lovell Avenue:
The resident told police that the registration decal on his 2016 Dodge Journey was stolen.
6215 Dayton Boulevard:
Pierre Baccus, 30, of a Wando Drive address, was arrested after discovery of an active East Ridge warrant.
601 Walnut Street:
Ellen Scruggs, a 30-year-old homeless woman, was served with two (2) East Ridge warrants stemming from drug paraphernalia and criminal impersonation charges.
Night Shift April 15
6703 Ringgold Road:
An alarm was activated at Dixieland Fireworks. The building was checked and was secure.
701 Haven Hill Lane:
Officers were requested by the caller to check the well-being of her aunt at this location. Contact was made with the aunt and she called her niece.
East Ridge Central District:
Police responded to a residence regarding a reported rape of a juvenile. The suspect had fled the scene prior to police arriving. Officers, while conducting a follow-up investigation, responded back to the residence and observed the suspect’s vehicle in the driveway. Officers began searching for the reported suspect and through use of a K-9 team deployed by the Catoosa County Sheriff’s Office, the suspect, Sebastian Perez-Gomez was taken into custody. Mr. Gomez is being held on a $1,500,000 bond at the Hamilton County Jail.
1107 South Seminole Drive:
A woman who lives at this address reported to police that her vehicle had been entered unlawfully and a laptop computer was stolen. She advised that her car had been parked at this location from Saturday until Sunday. The suspect(s) entered the car without force and no other items were reported as stolen.
3423 Land Street:
Police received a call about an open door to this residence. Officers located a window on the rear of the home that had been broken. The contents on the interior of the home were in disarray. Several items of value were observed in the home, indicating that the suspect(s) may have been looking for a particular item.