The following information was compiled from ERPD “pass along” reports from March 14 to March 17.
201 Eads Street: Police were dispatched to the address after receiving information that four juvenile subjects were being uncooperative with the courtesy officer at the apartment complex. Lt. Lackey told police that he observed the juveniles get into a vehicle and he believed they were possibly intoxicated. Lt. Lackey advised that when contacting the juveniles, one of the juvenile subjects in the rear passenger seat reached for an unknown object. Lt. Lackey said he heard a noise resembling that of a metallic object. The object was later identified as a loaded Lorcin L25 handgun. The juvenile subjects advised they were at the apartment complex to hang out with some girls. The juvenile that had the handgun in his possession was charged with unlawful possession of a firearm.
1410 N. Mack Smith Road: Officers were sent to the Budgetel after receiving notification of a drug related overdose that occurred in the parking lot of the hotel. Police administered Narcan on the subject and EMS took over patient care. A witness on scene advised that he and a friend had been using heroin when one of the subjects overdosed.
3709 Ringgold Road: Police responded to this location after receiving a report of a white female in the area screaming. Police contacted Misty Barnes, who stated that she was screaming because she was upset about making poor life choices. Barnes was subsequently checked for any active warrants and discovered to have an active warrant for larceny. Barnes was arrested for the active warrant.
350 Tanager Circle: Police were advised that a tracking service had a possible location on a stolen vehicle. The vehicle was said to be in the area of 350 Tanager Circle, but officers were unable to locate the vehicle at that location. The area of the Parkridge Apartments was checked, and the stolen vehicle was located on that property. Red Bank Police were contacted and responded to the scene.
1408 S. Moore Road: The resident’s unlocked vehicle was entered at some point during the night. A Ruger LCP .380 and a set of binoculars were stolen.
939 Stateline Road: The caller advised police her neighbor was on his porch naked. Police responded and spoke to the subject, who advised he was off his medication and declined any medical attention. A family member of the subject was contacted to allow for continued checks of well-being. The subject was told not to come back outside without first putting on clothing.
4214 Ringgold Road: Austin Blackmon, 20. of a Hibbler Circle address, was arrested on an active East Ridge warrant and transported to the Hamilton County Jail.
6013 Wentworth Avenue:Olivia Rai was arrested for domestic assault and was also served with a failure to appear warrant that was active.
4222 Ringgold Road: A customer who frequents the Speedway decided to acquire a bag of potato chips and pay for the item with a counterfeit $100 bill. The female left the store with the money given to her as change for the $100 bill and the potato chips.
1410 N. Mack Smith Road: Police responded to the Budgetel after receiving a report that a female was being held against her will in a room at the hotel. The caller was the mother of the alleged victim. The caller advised the female was being held at gunpoint and wanted police to intervene. Police spoke with a subject on scene who advised of three rooms where the female may be. Police checked all three rooms and had to force entry on one room. Officers were unable to locate anything or anyone to substantiate the claims that had been made. While police were on scene at the hotel, the subject they were speaking with started showing signs of being intoxicated on an unknown stimulant. EMS was contacted and the subject was transported to Parkridge East Hospital. After further investigation, it was later determined that the alleged victim was, in fact, okay and was attempting to hide from her mother.
3500 Ringgold Road: Cassandra Henry, 20, of South Pittsburgh, was detained after being encountered during a traffic stop. She was found to have an active warrant through the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office for violation of probation. She was transported to the Hamilton County Jail.
3600 Shirl Jo Lane: Police responded twice to the area after receiving complaints of shots fired calls by multiple callers. The reporting callers advised they heard what was believed to be a handgun being fired three to five times. Police checked the area and spoke with several residents. No suspects or weapons were found in the area.
908 S. Crest Road: A resident reported that an unknown subject broke into the toolbox of his Ford F-150 truck. The victim advised that over $1,000 worth of tools were found to be missing. A neighbor reported seeing two male subjects near the truck at around 7:45 a.m. According to the witness, the two male subjects left in a gray Jeep SUV.
3413 Connelly Lane: Police responded to a report of a vehicle burglary. Multiple power tools and hand tools were reported stolen from a tool box in the victim’s truck. A neighbor reported seeing a dark colored, smaller, SUV-type station wagon that was stopped in front of the truck around 6:30 a.m. The neighbor advised the car may have been a Subaru Forester. The neighbor also stated that a possible suspect approached the bed of the truck and made noise.