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Police Reports Feb. 16-20




• Feb. 16: Police were called to the Cotton Eyed Joe club after a Maryland man claimed he was assaulted. The victim stated he was at the club and had a disagreement with one of the club’s bartenders. The disagreement got out of hand and a club bouncer had to escort the victim out of the business. The bouncer allegedly told the victim to get into a cab and go back to his hotel. The cab fee was $20 and the victim refused to pay for this cab and stated he would call his own cab. The victim stated the bouncer then grabbed him by the arm and threw him into the wall of the building. The victim stated the bouncer then allegedly showed him a sidearm and told him he was a Knoxville Police officer and that he could get into the cab or go to jail. The victim stated the alleged officer would not give him his name or badge number. Police noted that at the time of this report the victim was intoxicated.

• Feb. 17: A Sevierville woman was arrested at the Fresh Market in Farragut after the store’s manager claimed the suspect attempted to take more than $50 in product from the store.

• Feb. 17: A worker at the Amoco gas station on Kingston Pike reported the theft of $13.05 in gasoline.

• Feb. 19: A Farragut High School security guard alerted police that he had discovered nine rounds of .22 cal. ammunition in the grass in front of the school. Police removed the rounds from school grounds.

• Feb. 20: A Kingsbury Road resident reported to police that he had lent tools to a Blaine man, who would not return them. The tools are valued at more than $1,500.

• Feb. 23: A Buttonwood Lane man reported to police that a Rockwood man had made off with his tools. The victim stated the suspect left for Utah to attend a family funeral in a vehicle that had the victim’s tools in the trunk. The suspect will not return telephone calls.

• Feb. 19: A Sonja Drive man reported to police that his home safe was discovered missing soon after his son had left the residence. The suspect allegedly has an addiction problem.

• Feb. 21: A Lenoir City man reported to police that he had been receiving threatening telephone calls from a Philadelphia woman at his workplace on Lake Park Circle.

• Feb. 21: A worker at a Lake Park Circle business reported to police that she had been receiving threatening telephone calls from a Philadelphia woman. The suspect called while police were on the scene and officers heard the suspect threaten to “bust the victim’s head,” and told officers that she did not care if she went to jail. The suspect claimed the victim was involved in a missing money matter.

• Feb. 19: Police were called to a South Williamsburg address after a complainant advised police that she and her escort had been struck and kicked by the suspect.

• Feb. 19: A worker at the Flyin’ J truck stop on Watt Road reported to police that a suspect had pumped gas and paid for it with a counterfeit bill. The suspect was caught on video tape.

• Feb. 20: A Norcross, Ga., woman reported to police that her wedding ring set was missing. The woman stated she was seated in her vehicle and had taken her ring set off and placed the rings in her lap. On arriving at the Regal Cinema in Farragut the victim stated she forgot the rings were in her lap and got out of the vehicle and the rings had fallen into the parking lot. The victim realized 20-minutes later of the loss and went out to look for the rings and they were not to be found.

• Feb. 22: A Sevierville man reported to police that his vehicle was missing. The victim stated he had left the vehicle at the Cotton Eyed Joe club overnight and upon returning to pick it up discovered it was missing. The victim could not remember if he had locked the vehicle.

• Feb. 20: A Brentwood woman reported to police that her car had been vandalized while parked at a Campbell Lakes Drive business overnight.

• Feb. 20: A Knoxville business reported to police that rented scaffolding that was being stored behind the business on Outlet’s Drive was missing. Value of the scaffolding was $600.

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