_ 941 Spring Creek Rd.: Police were dispatched to Parkridge East hospital last week on a suspicious vehicle. Hospital security officers pointed out the vehicle in question, a 2006 Kia Sedona. According to a police report the vehicle was reported stolen out of Chattanooga in late July. ERPD confirmed through the license plate and VIN that the vehicle, which had damage to the windshield and both passenger side windows, was registered to the Dialysis Clinic on E. 3rd Street. Officers were unable to make contact with the vehicle’s owner. The report states that investigators found a receipt in the floor board with a listed account number from Boost Mobile. Further investigation will be pursued on the basis of the receipt, the report states.
_ 1503 McDonald Rd.: Police were called to Parkridge East hospital, early Tuesday morning on a reported assault. According to a police report, officers spoke with the victim of the assault at the hospital. The woman told police that she had been assaulted by a man that she did not know at the Waverly Motel on Ringgold Road at about 3:40 a.m. The report states that the woman suffered a gash to her head that was closed by the application of super glue. The victim told police that the man grabbed her by the back of the head and kneed her multiple times in the head during the assault. The assailant then slammed her head into a door. She told officers, the report states, that three other white males where in the general area during the assault. The victim told police she did not see who had assaulted her, therefore no description of the suspect was available.
_ 1040 Hurst St.: Police were dispatched to an attempted burglary at the address late last week. According to a police report, the homeowner told officers that he left his house at about 9:30 a.m. on Aug. 9 and returned at about 5 p.m. The homeowner told officers that when he came home he noticed boot prints on the side door of the house, however the door was still secured. The report states that officers saw about three partial boot prints on the side and track marks on the ramp leading to the homeowner’s carport. The victim told officer that he went inside the house and checked the back yard, and nothing appears to be amiss. The report states that there was no structural damage to the side door of the home. The victim spoke with a neighbor who told him that he didn’t see anyone around the house during the victim’s absence.