Crimetracker: 2 suspects arrested in Neyland burglary, one at large

David Battaly, 23, and Chaison Chambers, 19, were positively identified but officers say the two have been uncooperative about identifying the third suspect.

3rd suspect

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) - The University of Tennessee Police Department says it has arrested two of three suspects who broke into Neyland Stadium last week.

David Battaly, 23, and Chaison Chambers, 19, were positively identified but officers say the two have been uncooperative about identifying the third suspect.

The suspects were identified through evidence left at the scene, and anonymous tips sent to the UT Police. Neither are affiliated with the university.

Officers are still looking for the third suspect. If you know who he is, call police.


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