The following information was provided from East Ridge Police Department “pass along” reports from June 11.
June 11 Day Shift
3711 Sullivan Avenue:
Officers assisted a man by taking him to the hospital for an evaluation. The man had previously been entered into NCIC as missing.
406 Alice Drive:
Police responded to apartment A at this location and spoke with the resident. The female resident said she was fine and her daughter, who was trying to take control, made the complaint.
3113 Mosely Circle:
Police responded to this location regarding a man on the floor and unconscious. EMS arrived on scene and administered two doses of Narcan and transported the man to the hospital.
Springvale Road / Clemons Road:
Tony Pickett was taken into custody for simple possession, felony evading, and driving on a revoked license. He was transported to the Hamilton County Jail.
4011 Ringgold Road:
Mack’s Highway Market cashed a total of $1,515.00 worth of checks for Amanda D. over a three (3) day period. The clerk failed to gain approvals and the checks were determined to be no good.
1521 Springvale Road:
Police were dispatched regarding a child custody dispute. Officers were cancelled prior to arrival.
While investigating the theft of a laptop by suspects, Ashley or Janet Tackett, it was learned that Janet Tackett had active warrants through East Ridge and Walker County, Georgia. She was located at 6005 Welworth Avenue and taken into custody.
6005 Welworth Avenue:
Summer Carruth reported that on the previous evening she had given Ashley and Janet Tackett a ride from downtown Chattanooga to their address on 6005 Welworth. Ms. Carruth stated that a short time after the women exited her vehicle, she noticed her HP laptop was missing.
4214 Ringgold Road:
April Disney was arrested on an East Ridge warrant.
3220 Gleason Drive:
Police were dispatched to the residence regarding a juvenile that was attempting to run away. Once on scene, it was determined that the juvenile left the scene on foot. The mother stated that both her sons were fighting in the living room prior to police arrival. Police located the second juvenile in the bathroom with self-inflicted wounds to his wrist. EMS arrived on scene and the mother transported the juvenile to T.C. Thompson’s Children Hospital. The other juvenile was entered into NCIC as a runaway.
3704 Fountain Avenue:
Devin Hammonds was arrested at this location after police advised him to remain inside his residence while intoxicated. Mr. Hammonds left his residence and went to his neighbor’s house being loud enough to wake up her grandchildren.