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Police Reports for Dec. 10-27




• Dec. 10: A worker at the Kenjo BP gas station on Campbell Station Road reported to police that a customer had driven off without paying for fuel. The victim advised that around 6 p.m. the unknown suspect got gas and drove off without paying. The victim stated that she tried to flag the unknown suspect down but he kept going. The victim was able to get a license tag number and brief description of the vehicle.

• Dec. 13: A Crown Point Drive resident reported to police that her Christmas decorations had been vandalized. The victim advised that unknown person(s) attempted to take Christmas decorations from the yard. There have been previous theft problems, so the victim had the decorations bolted down. In the process of attempting to take the decorations, many were knocked over and the Christmas lights were pulled out of the trees.

• Dec. 15: A South Carolina man was arrested at the Cotton Eyed Joe club after hitting a Sunbright man in the head with a beer mug. The victim and the arrestee were having a verbal argument over a female acquaintance of the arrestee. The victim stated that during the argument, the arrestee struck the victim on the back of the head with a beer mug. The victim was transported to the University of Tennessee Medical Center by Rural/Metro ambulance.

• Dec. 18: A Lawton Boulevard woman reported to police that her purse was taken while she was shopping at the Kohl’s in Farragut. The victim stated she laid her purse down and when she went back for it, it was missing. The victim notified management and the purse was located. The victim’s wallet and its content were missing.

• Dec. 18: A Everett Road woman reported to police that someone stole her purse from her shopping cart in the Ingle’s parking lot while she was unloading her groceries.

• Dec. 18: A Roane Drive resident reported to police that an inflatable lawn ornament had been vandalized. The victim stated he returned home and noticed his inflatable lawn ornament had been slashed with a cutting instrument. The victim found a stainless steel knife lying near the deflated lawn ornament. The victim believes the suspect did the vandalism to intimidate the victim because the victim socializes with the suspect’s ex-girlfriend.

• Dec. 18: A Lawton Boulevard man reported to police that his identity had been stolen. The victim states that his ex-business partner is trying to access a line of credit account in which he is not authorized. The victim received a letter from the creditor stating that they were contacted by the suspect requesting access to the account valued at $100,000. The victim also stated that the suspect has his personal information and is using this identity to conduct business and to get money.

• Dec. 19: Police were advised by a Avalon Place resident that her purse and its contents had been taken from her car while it was parked at the Cracker Barrel restaurant on North Campbell Station Road.

• Dec. 19: Police were called to a Midhurst Drive address in response to a simple assault complaint. The victim stated the suspect got upset with her and started throwing things at her, grabbed her by her wrist and forced her to hit herself in the face causing some minor swelling on her upper lip. When the victim attempted to leave the residence the suspect took her car keys and left.

• Dec. 19: A worker at the Petro Travel Store on Watt Road reported to police that a suspect had entered the store and began putting DVDs in his shirt. The suspect went out to his vehicle and tossed the merchandise into it. He then returned to the store and placed more DVDs into his shirt. The complainant followed the suspect into the parking lot and the suspect jumped into his vehicle and fled at a high rate of speed. The tag number came back to a Linden Avenue address.

• Dec. 19: A worker at the Smith Road Weigel’s reported that the driver of a Dodge truck pumped $20 of fuel and left without paying.

• Dec. 20: The owner of Daddio’s Pizza on Kingston Pike notified police that the business had been broken into. No property was reported missing.

• Dec. 20: A Farragut Hills Boulevard man reported to police that he had lost control of the vehicle he was driving and ran into a mailbox.

• Dec. 22: A Marietta Church Road woman reported to police that fraudulent charges had been made to her credit card. The victim stated that she had been in a different health care facility from the end of August to the middle of October 2003, and she thinks that is when her property was taken. The victim said she received a phone call from Discover credit card about charges on her card she did not make. At that point she checked her purse and found all of her credit cards to be missing. More than $800 had been charged to her account.

• Dec. 22: Police were called to a Dundee Road address to investigate a reported death from natural causes. Rural/Metro paramedics met investigators at the scene and pronounced the victim dead.

• Dec. 23: A Broadway Drive man reported to police that his vehicle license plate was missing.

• Dec. 23: An Arbor Trace woman reported to police that he car had been struck by another vehicle while parked at the Cracker Barrel restaurant on Campbell Station Road. The vehicle sustained more that $1,000 in damage.

• Dec. 23: A Corby Lane woman reported to police that her vehicle had been vandalized while parked at the Ingles grocery store in Farragut. The vehicle sustained approximately $2,000 in damage.

• Dec. 25: A Sonja Drive resident reported to police that his backpack was taken while he was at a Christmas party. Lost in the theft were prescription drugs and other items. The victim filed the report in order to obtain medication refills.

• Dec. 27: A Todwick resident reported to police that she struck the rear of a car driven by a Union Road woman while driving on Lawten Boulevard. The suspect stated conditions were real dark and she did not see the victim’s vehicle until it was too late.

• Dec. 27: A South Carolina resident reported to police that her vehicle had been burglarized while parked at a West Ashton Court address. The victim stated she came out to her vehicle and found the passenger-side front window broken out and a black purse was the only item missing. The black purse was found behind a West Ashton Court residence and the victim stated there was no contents missing from the purse.

• Dec. 27: A Flyway Lane resident reported to police that his vehicle had been burglarized while parked at a Brighton Court address. The victim stated that his son was driving the vehicle at the time and had parked it at the Brighton Court address. The victim indicated that unknown person(s) broke out the driver’s-side window and took several items including a wallet.

• Dec. 27: Police were dispatched to Farragut Intermediate School in response to a burglar alarm. On arrival, police were met by the school’s principal and a search was conducted of the premises. No one was found in the building and the principal did not find anything missing.

• Dec. 27: A North Campbell Station Road couple advised police that their trailer had been burglarized while the couple was at a local hospital. The couple observed that the back door was ajar and several items inside the trailer were missing including prescription medicine from a bottle on the kitchen counter.

• Dec. 27: Police were called to Fritz Road in response to a family domestic matter. The victim stated that the suspect, his brother, and he were arguing over the use of a car when both of them became physical. The victim claims the suspect started the fight and the suspect, who was interviewed at Fort Sanders Parkwest Medical Center Emergency Room, stated the victim started it. Investigating officers could not determine who was the primary aggressor in this incident.

• Dec. 27: Police responded to a Butternut Circle address in response to a vandalism call. The witness at the scene and complainant stated they heard a car outside of the residence and when they stepped out on the front porch they saw three unknown suspects in the front yard. One of the suspects had a Christmas reindeer in his arms. When the suspects saw the witness and complainant they threw the reindeer and ran.

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