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Dalton Police arrest sex offender who assaulted 2 women | #childpredator | #kidsaftey | #childsaftey


UPDATE:

Dalton Police say Whitfield County deputies have arrested Aaron Terrell Tyler and have him in custody.


EARLIER:

DALTON, Ga. (WDEF) — The Dalton Police Department is searching for a man who they say attacked two women and is a convicted sex offender. Police state they are searching for 43-year-old Aaron Terrell Tyler, who is from Clayton County, Georgia.

Aaron Tyler, (Dalton Police Dept.)

According to investigators, Tyler attacked two women at a hotel Tuesday morning. Both women escaped.

Authorities began investigating on Tuesday morning. A woman arrived at the Dalton Police Services Center just after 7 a.m. to report the assault. She told investigators she was staying at the Red Roof Inn on West Walnut Avenue while traveling through.

In her report, she said a man approached her offering to help with her luggage. She said she declined and went back to her room. The woman said he then followed her inside.

The woman said he closed the door behind them and attempted to lock it, but she yelled for help. At that point, the man fled.

When following up with the hotel, a detective met a second woman in the lobby who said she encountered the same suspect. This woman said the man knocked at her door and tried to force his way into the room. She escaped him as well and locked the door.

Investigators searched Tyler’s room to determine he was the suspect in both cases. According to police, Tyler was released from jail in Clayton County on Monday. He was awaiting a drug treatment program in Dalton, but was denied entry.

They believe that program is Tyler’s only connection to the Dalton area.

Police identified Tyler as being 5’10” tall, bald, and last seen wearing a white short and gray shorts.

The police department said Tyler has active warrants for simple assault and false imprisonment.

His last known location was the area of Market Street and West Walnut Avenue.

Police ask anyone with information that could lead to Tyler to contact Detective Chris Tucker. He can be reached at 706-278-9085, ext. 9-165. You could also call 911.





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