Officer Tyler Pride’s report shows the vehicle containing Stephanie Beavers, Nathan Vann and Beavers’ child was attempting a left turn from Inman Street onto Parker while a traffic light was reportedly red.
A Ford F-250 pickup truck, driven by Freddie Milsap, collided with Beavers’ Nissan Altima.
Milsap was not injured; however, Beavers was flown to Erlanger Medical Center for treatment.
Vann and the child were transported to SkyRidge Medical Center by Bradley County Emergency Medical Service paramedics.
According to Pride, Vann and the child were treated and released.
Pride didn’t indicate the nature or severity of Beavers’ injuries.
- The Bradley County Sheriff’s Office is planning a Neighborhood Watch Program for the North Valley Drive community.
The program will be held Tuesday, 6:30 p.m., at E.L. Ross School in the cafeteria.
Sheriff Jim Ruth and Lt. Bob Hancock, coordinator of the BCSO Neighborhood Watch Program, will be on hand to offer safety tips and other relevant information to residents.
A program is also planned for the Vance Drive neighborhood. That program will be held in the Hopewell School cafeteria on Sept. 20. The program will begin at 6:30 p.m., for residents interested in establishing a Neighborhood Watch in their community.
- A safe and a television were taken during a burglary at a Bates Pike residence.
According to a report filed by deputy Anthony Cochran, Jeff Fowler said he had been at the river and returned home to find a door to his residence had been damaged.
When he entered his home, he noticed his 43-inch Vizio flat-screen television and a small safe missing.
Criminal Investigations Division detectives were notified of the incident.
The loss was assessed at $1,200.