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Police Reports Feb. 9-11




Feb. 9: Police were dispatched to an Old Stage Road address in response to a verbal argument. On arrival, police were told by the victim that the argument ensued when the victim asked the suspect to stop smoking marijuana in the home. The suspect left the residence before officers arrived.

Feb. 10: A Moorfield Road woman reported to police that her car had been burglarized while parked at Anchor Park off Turkey Creek Road. The victim stated she had parked the car while she walked the park and had left her purse in the unlocked car. The victim stated that one of her credit cards had been used by the suspect.

Feb. 10: A Nashville man reported to police that someone broke into the trunk of his car while he was in a North Campbell Station Road restaurant and stole his computer and several other items.

Feb. 10: Police were called to intervene in a domestic matter at an Avalon Place address. The victim told police that she and the suspect had separated and that the suspect had come to the residence and began beating on the front door. The suspect was yelling at the victim and wanted in the residence to get some of his clothes. The victim went to another room and called 911 and when she returned to the front door the suspect had gone.

Feb. 10: A worker at the Cotton Eyed Joe club on Outlets Drive reported to police that she had been raped by a co-worker. The victim stated that she had gone into a storage area and the suspect had followed her and forced himself on her.

Feb. 10: A Salisburg Lane resident advised police that her purse was missing. The victim stated she had placed her purse down on the counter at a Farragut grocery store and helped bag her groceries. She took her groceries to her can and noticed she had left her purse. On returning into the store, the victim discovered her purse was gone.

Feb. 11: Police were called to the car lot at Patriot Motors on Kingston Pike in response to a disturbance. On arrival, police were told by the suspect that he wanted the victim removed from the lot. Officers discovered that the suspect had taken a deposit totaling $940 from the victim on a car that was for sale on the lot. The suspect could not get the financing on the car worked out and was not going to refund the victimís deposit. The suspect asked officers to remove the victim from his property. The victim was removed. The suspect stated to police that he would refund all of the victimís money, except for a $25 rental fee that was allegedly never agreed upon. The victim had a receipt from Patriot Motors for $940. The suspect gave the victim a check for $700. Police noted that this allegedly seems to be a reoccurring event with Patriot Motors and its clients.

Feb. 11: Police were called to a Black Road address in response to a domestic matter. The victim stated he became involved in a verbal argument and his brother threatened to beat him up. The victim said both parties had been drinking.

Feb. 11: A Hidden Glen Lane woman reported to police that her vehicle had been damaged while parked at her residence.

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