Ringgold homeowner fires shots at home invasion suspects, Nashville teen arrested at the scene
According to a Catoosa County Sheriff's Office report, on Wednesday, April, 29th 2020, at approximately 12:43 AM, A deputy responded to an address on Homewood Drive in Ringgold in reference to a home invasion. The deputy arrived on scene and met with the complainant who stated that she had one of the offenders detained. The deputy and a Corporal made contact with the offender and detained him for further investigation. The on-call detective was notified, and a crime scene log was started. The deputy met with the male victim who stated that he was sitting on the couch when he had heard the front doorbell ring at approximately 12:30 AM. The victim stated that as he was about to go down the stairs when he was met by two black males and two white males who pushed him back up the stairs and onto the couch. The victim stated that one of the black males was wielding a pistol at him during this time. The victim stated that one of the males took his cell phone before moving onto the next room. The deputy spoke to the female victim, who stated that she did not hear what was going on until one of the males had forcefully kicked in her bedroom door that was deadbolted shut. The victim advised the subjects took her apple computer and her iPhone X. The victim stated that is when two of the males left and went downstairs. Another victim stated that the offenders came downstairs and continued to take two of the Xbox ones that were in the bedroom and a controller. The first male victim who was upstairs stated that he pulled a handgun on the offender, which caused the offenders to run out of the house. The victim stated that he fired two rounds at the offender's white Pontiac passenger car as they were leaving. The victim said one of the offenders did not make it out of the residence in time, so he detained the offender until Catoosa County deputies arrived. A Catoosa County Detective arrived on the scene, and the case and all documents were turned over to him. Daniel Lee Hill, 17 of Nashville, Tennessee, was booked into the Catoosa County Jail on several felonies including home invasion 1st degree and armed robbery.