UPDATE: Police have arrested one person in connection to windows being shot out in downtown Chattanooga.

Eighteen-year-old Michael J. Davis is charged with three counts of vandalism and malicious mischief for his part in windows at two businesses being shot at and damaged.

Surveillance video shows a pickup truck in the area at the time of the shootings. Chattanooga Police contacted the owner who said his son drove the truck.

When asked about it, Davis admitted to driving the truck that night but said he did not shoot at anything, but drove past the buildings several times as another man in the pickup shot the windows with a BB gun.

Chattanooga Police are now searching for that man. Davis is due in court later this month.


PREVIOUS STORY: Chattanooga police have made an arrest on Wednesday in connection to the vandalism of a downtown restaurant.

Police confirm Michael J. Davis has been arrested.

Police say Davis is accused of shooting out four windows Tuesday morning at Chicken Salad Chick on Market Street. 

He faces one count of vandalism over $10,000 and two counts of vandalism over $1,000.

Davis is currently being taken to the Hamilton County Jail for booking.

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PREVIOUS STORY: Chattanooga police are investigating a case of vandalism at a downtown restaurant on Tuesday morning.

CPD spokesperson Trevor Tomas says officers were called to Chicken Salad Chick in the 600 block of Market Street around 10:00 a.m.

Police arrived at the scene to find four broken windows.

Police say they aren’t exactly sure what was used to cause the damage, but they believe it was possibly a pellet or BB gun.

The owner of Chicken Salad Chick tells Channel 3, the cameras inside the restaurant showed the windows were broken sometime between 2:15 a.m. & 2:30 a.m.

The owner says only the windows can be seen in the footage and the cameras did not record the suspect or suspects responsible.

No one was injured.

The owner says insurance is expected to cover the cost of the damage.

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