The following information was compiled from ERPD “pass along reports.”
July 28 Day Shift
617 Marlboro Ave. – Drowning –
Police responded to this location regarding a 14-month-old drowning victim. Upon police arrival, the child was breathing but lethargic. ER Fire arrived on scene and began medical care. Due to EMS not being able to respond for approximately 10 minutes, Fire Chief Williams made the decision to transport the victim by police to Parkridge East.
3700 Ringgold Rd – Lost Property –
The complainant reported he accidentally left his silver in color, Apple Mac Book Pro lap top, on top of the roof of his vehicle and then drove off with it on the top of his car on 07/27/2020 at approximately 2230 hours.
6674 Ringgold Road – Auto Theft –
Marcus B., a year-long resident of the Roadway Inn hotel, said he came out around 0600 to find his car missing. The man believes he may have dropped the keys near the 2009 white Chevy Impala and it was stolen. Car was entered NCIC.
6650 Ringgold Rd – Suspicious Person –
Officers made contact with Elizabeth Mouts, in a red car parked behind the La Quinta. It was discovered that Mouts had an active warrant out of Bradley Co. and was transported to the HCSO for pickup.
4400 Ringgold Rd – AOA/Warrant Service –
Johnny Green was transported to 601 Walnut St on HCSO warrants following a traffic stop.
1453 Mack Smith Rd (Disorder 20-009826):
Desk clerk at Fairfield Inn called reporting a white male in the lobby slapping himself and spitting everywhere. Party was gone when police arrived.
950 Spring Creek Rd (Assist Other):
Patrol helped secure a vehicle and an apartment at this location for multiple agencies searching for a wanted party. CSU executed a search warrant on the apartment.
323 Camp Jordan Pkwy (Animal Call):
RP wanted police to patrol the park better because geese were nearly being struck by vehicles as they crossed the road.
323 Camp Jordan Pkwy (Disorder/Arrest 20-009827):
Reporting party stated a white male brandished a firearm and threatened him after he confronted the party about his dogs. Anthony Miller was located in the park and stated he did have a verbal altercation and may have lifted his shirt displaying a firearm in a holster. Miller was charged with reckless endangerment and transported to the Hamilton County Jail.
6118 Sherwood (Suspicious Person 20-009831):
Police responded to a report of a white female walking in the neighborhood looking into cars. Nothing located by police.
6200 Ringgold Rd (Suspicious Party 20-009834):
Police responded to the Taco Bell on report of a white female trying to enter vehicles parked in the drive through. Officers arrived and located the subject who seemed to be in a paranoid crisis. Police attempted to speak with the female who would only mutter responses about people trying to shoot her. She had a visible hospital band on her arm. Officers attempted to take her into custody and she resisted but was eventually placed into handcuffs and transported to Parkridge East. Hospital staff stated they had just released her but, would attempt to treat her again. She was identified at the hospital.
5400 Ringgold Rd (Arrest 20-009842):
At approximately 0500 hours the female from a previous call at Taco Bell was encountered again. This time she was standing in the middle of the 5400 block of Ringgold Rd muttering to herself. She was still extremely paranoid. Release paperwork from the hospital indicated she had been treated for intoxication by methamphetamine. She was taken into custody for public intoxication and transported to the Hamilton County Jail.
601 Walnut St (Warrant Arrest 20-009836):
An arrest warrant was executed on Hunter Woodward at the Hamilton County Jail.
3900 Ringgold Rd (Arrest 20-009845):
Officers encountered a highly agitated black male walking in the middle of Ringgold Rd, swinging his arm and yelling. Police attempted to guide the party out of the road. He, at first, started to walk away. He was almost out of the roadway when he started charging at officers and their vehicles. Police attempted to detain the subject, Kadarius Higgins. Higgins kicked and spit at police. He was eventually taken into custody and transported to the Hamilton County Jail charged with Assault on Police, Resisting Arrest, Disorderly Conduct and Public Intoxication.