The following “pass along” reports were furnished by the East Ridge Police Department for the day and night patrol shifts for March 13.
_ 724 Astor Ln.: Police responded to this address regarding a domestic assault. Nickolas Mallet was arrested on a charge of domestic assault for hitting his mother in the face with a cellular phone.
_ 4222 Ringgold Rd.: Police responded to the Speedway convenience store after an unknown white male stole a large fountain drink, milkshake, and various other items. The male subject was assisted by a white female who was driving a late 90’s or early 2000’s gold Dodge 1500 extended cab truck that was lifted with large wheels.
_ 6400 Ringgold Rd.: Police conducted a traffic stop in the 6400 block of Ringgold Road after a white sedan was observed operating with only one working head light. Upon contacting the occupants, it was determined the passenger, Andrew Santora, had an active warrant through East Ridge. The driver, Lawrence Carter, was found to be in possession of approximately 1.3 grams of heroine and an undetermined amount of methamphetamine. Both subjects were placed under arrest to answer to each of their respective criminal violations.
_ 809 South Germantown: Officers were dispatched to this location after a call was received about a subject that was trying to enter a vehicle. Officers did not locate anyone and were advised by the complainant that he would check his surveillance camera footage and advise officers if he captured images/footage of anyone attempting to enter a vehicle.
_ 1410 Mack Smith Rd.:Officers responded to room 3201 at the Budgetel after receiving a call about a possible drug overdose. Officers made contact with the subject and they were taken by ambulance for medical treatment.
_ 524 Meadowlark Trail: A man called police to report that someone had entered his vehicle the previous night and taken items out of the car. The victim that approximately $40 cash and miscellaneous gift cards valued between $50 and $100 were stolen from within his vehicle. The victim told police that his vehicle was left unlocked in the driveway overnight.
_ 4306 Lazard St.:A caller requested assistance from police after finding a “crack” pipe in the street. The caller was concerned for the safety of any children that might find the item. The pipe was taken by police for proper disposal.
_ 3713 Ringgold Rd.: Officers responded to the Subway restaurant after receiving a call from a subject that felt uncomfortable due to a male subject displaying peculiar behavior at this location. The subject was recognized by officers upon arrival and known to exhibit mental health related behavior issues. The subject was assisted back to his residence.
_ 700 block of Germantown Rd: Police observed a black Honda CF4 motorcycle traveling over 100 mph south on Germantown Road. An attempt was made to initiate a traffic stop. The driver of the motorcycle stopped, but then fled from officers at a high rate of speed. Police did not pursue the subject. A registration number was obtained, and further investigation is underway.
_ 6674 Ringgold Rd.: The manager of Rodeway Inn called police to request assistance in dealing with a disorder at this location. The manager advised that two individuals used counterfeit money a few days prior to make a deposit. He said they returned to collect a refund for the counterfeit funds. Police spoke with Maurice Moore and Tammy Frank, who were adamantly opposed to the accusation that they were responsible for uttering counterfeit money. Ms. Frank said she paid with genuine $20 bills. She further stated that the money returned to her was not hers but was instead money that had been switched for hers. After reviewing surveillance footage of the incident, it was determined that Ms. Frank had paid with counterfeit money at the onset of the exchange. As a result, there was no police action taken. Ms. Frank and Mr. Moore, although unhappy with the outcome, left without incident.