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• Feb. 14: An Andover View Lane resident reported to police that someone had spray painted the word “whore” on his driveway during the night.

• Feb. 14: A Lenoir City woman reported to police that her car was burglarized while parked at the Farragut YMCA around noon.

• Feb. 17: A Knoxville woman reported to police that her purse was missing after she left it on the hood of her car while she pumped gas and drove off with the purse still on the hood.

• Feb. 18: Police were advised by a Candlenut Lane woman that her car had been burglarized while parked at a business in the 11000 block of Kingston Pike. Missing was a Louis Vuitton purse and its contents.

• Feb. 18: Police were advised by a Longbow Road resident that a Grecian statue weighing more than 200 pounds had been lifted from his yard.

• Feb. 19: A worker at the BP gas station on Watt Road reported the theft of $10 of gasoline.

• Feb. 20: A Woodland Trace Drive woman reported to police that her purse had been taken from her vehicle while parked at a business in the 11000 block of Kingston Pike. The victim stated that one of her credit cards had already been used to purchase gas and that another credit card’s use was denied at the Target store in the Turkey Creek development.

• Feb. 20: The manager of the Farragut McDonald’s restaurant reported to police that he had received 25 to 30 harassing telephone calls during the day.

• Feb. 23: A South Northshore Drive man reported to police that his rental property on South Northshore Drive had been burglarized. The victim stated he had gone to the property to check on it and noticed the front door had been kicked in. Missing was a computer and peripherals.

• Feb. 23: A worker at L.J. Kennedy Trucking Co. reported to police that someone during the night broke out a window of a company truck and stolen a citizen’s band radio. The vehicle was parked at the Amoco gas station on North Campbell Station Road.

• Feb. 23: A worker at the Petro’s fueling center on Watt Road reported the theft of $23 of gasoline by a couple driving a white sports car with a Harley Davidson tag on the front.

• Feb. 24: Police were dispatched to the Farragut YMCA following a Loudon woman’s complaint that someone had burglarized her vehicle. Missing was the woman’s purse, its content and several other items.

• Feb. 24: Police reported that an Avoscet Lane woman’s vehicle had been burglarized while parked at the Farragut YMCA.

• Feb. 24: A Lanesborough Apartments representative reported to police that the complex’s pool area and Jacuzzi had been vandalized during the night. The area had been littered with empty beer bottles and broken glass and a handrail had been removed. Police were given a wallet that was left at the scene allegedly belonging to a suspect.

• Feb. 25: A representative of the Knox County Public Defenders Office reported to police that one of the agency’s vehicles had been vandalized while parked at a Russfield Drive address overnight.

• Feb. 25: A Wexgate Road man reported to police that he has been receiving harassing telephone calls from a suspect that he has an ex parte order of protection filed against.

• Feb. 26: The assistant manager of the Mellow Mushroom restaurant on North Campbell Station Road reported to police that he had been assaulted by an unhappy customer. The victim stated the suspect had attempted to buy beer, but was denied because he had no identification. When the victim approached and explained the restaurant’s alcohol policy, the suspect punched him in the head and ran out of the building. The victim chased the suspect to get a tag number from his vehicle. The victim stated the suspect had enlargers affixed in his ears to increase the size of the piercing.

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