Crime Stoppers: Cachet Peterson Southside murder

Cachet Peterson was shot and killed on Chattanooga’s popular Southside two weekends ago and so far, there’s no suspect, no motive and no weapon.
“Cachet was a 21-year-old local student, very active in the community and she had a very vibrant future,” said Chattanooga Police Sgt. Victor Miller.


You never know what bit of information will help lead to justice for Cachet. So, call in with anything you know.
423-698-3333 is manned 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and we will never ask who you are. You will be assigned a case number you will use, even if you earn reward cash.


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Crime Stoppers: 2014 Murder of Charles Jones


Just over four years ago, Charles Jones was shot and killed on Fagan Street. It was the middle of a Saturday afternoon.

“And we know that a bunch people know about this incident,” Chattanooga Police Sgt. Victor Miller said. “There were several people that were outside, and we probably know that the suspects have been talking to people.”

Witnesses and residents have provided some information, but there is just not yet enough to make an arrest.

Channel 3 has reported in the past how a “no-snitch culture” is letting this killer walk free. This is where a call to Crime Stoppers could be the answer. The people you will talk to are not local, and the line is manned 24-7.


“We never ask for your name, and we never need to know your name because we give you an ID number,” Sgt. Miller explained. “And whenever you call back to provide additional details or whenever you’re picking up your reward cash, you only use that ID number.”

You do not have to know the killer to help. Maybe you have heard something second or third hand, or perhaps you know something about the weapon. Get investigators headed in the right direction.

“There’s a possibility that multiple people are involved in this, and what we know is, if one person knows, it’s no longer a secret,” Miller said. “So, we know these suspects that are involved have been talking and have told people and, guess what? They called the police department. We just need a little bit more information.”

Charles Jones was 24-years old, a son and a father, himself.

If you have any information about this case, call Crime Stoppers at 423-698-3333.

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Crime Stoppers: Armed Robbery in Red Bank

Our pictures of a bad guy pulling a gun during a robbery may help round him up. “This guy may not even be from here,” explained Detective Sgt. Steve Hoke of the Red Bank Police Department. “He could be from Chattanooga, he could be conducting more robberies in other locations, in other cities.”

This one, though, happened on a January evening on Dayton Boulevard. “He came into the Shell station and he hung out for a few minutes,” Sgt. Hope continued. “You know, he got a couple of tallboys and he got a six pack and he hung around. And, I guess, when there was a lull in the people coming in and out, he pulled a gun.”

We have up to $1,000 reward for your good tip. The detective added, “If the people want to do it for the money, let them do it for the money. But, let’s get him off the street because somebody could get hurt and that’s the last thing that we need.”

If you put the clues together and think you know who this guy is, call Crime Stoppers: 698-3333 is the number.

That line is manned 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and we will never ask your name or who you are.

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Crime Stoppers: Horton wanted in Walker Co. hit and run

Thanks to a crimestoppers tip!!

It was 23-and-a half hours of investigative work by state and local agencies and the power of social media that led to a press conference Wednesday. Walker County Sheriff Steve Wilson said the public’s sympathies were accompanied by outrage over the hit-and-run killing of Horace Cribbs, and their information led to Mitchell Taylor Horton.

“It’s just a matter of time,” he said. “And he can make it easy for us or, you know, we can work to get him.”


$1,000 reward cash is waiting for you if you can help locate him.

Call Crime Stoppers: 423-698-3333

We will never ask your name.

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Crime Stoppers: Noah Davis missing since summer 2014

Noah Brandon Davis has been missing going on four years now. This young man from North Georgia was on the verge of a new start.
“Noah was always in a good mood, a laughing person,” said half-brother Jason Stephens. “I think he held a characteristic that my dad had and that was to help other people.”
He had borrowed a truck that he did not return. It was found at the old Knight’s Inn in East Ridge.

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