NWGA Scanner | July 9th, 2021

Chattanooga woman arrested for DUI after causing disturbance at house in Walker County

According to a Walker County Sheriff’s Office incident report, on June 21st, 2021, at 10:07 PM, Sgt. Agredano responded to an address on Jenkins Road in reference to a female later identified as Amanda Marie Daugherty, 41, of Chattanooga, Tenn., being on the scene causing a disturbance. According to a 911 CAD, the caller advised that Amanda was possibly intoxicated and that she use to date her grandson. According to the report, upon the arrival of the Deputy Kirby Amanda had already left the scene. The caller stated that Amanda had shown up at the address yelling, beating on the door, and damaging vehicles. A male at the residence stated that Amanda is his child’s mother. He advised that he has custody of the child, and there’s no reason Amanda should be at the house. According to the report, He stated Amanda was yelling something about someone calling the police on her, but he couldn’t make out exactly what she was saying. They both did not open the door for Amanda, and they watched her walk back to a silver Nissan passenger car in their driveway. She got into the driver’s seat and drove off down Jenkins Road toward McFarland Avenue. They both advised they did want Amanda criminally trespassed from the residence. According to the report, Sgt. Agredano located Amanda driving a short time later and criminally trespassed her. After conducting field sobriety tests, Sgt. Agredano determined that Amanda was DUI-driving under the influence of multiple substances and unlicensed. She agreed to the state blood draw and was transported to the Walker County Jail. Amanda was booked into the jail charged with an expired license plate, removing/affixing tag with intent to conceal the identity of a vehicle, no insurance, driving while unlicensed, DUI-driving under the influence of multiple substances, and criminal trespass (damage to property under $500) (x2).