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• Feb. 26: Police were called to the campus of Farragut High School in response to a vandalism call. On arrival, police were told by one of the assistant principals that a witness had seen two vehicles allegedly doing damage to the landscaping and curbs. The police were told that the two vehicles were used to climb up hills and inclines during the recent snowfall damaging the property. Damage was estimated at between $1,000 and $10,000. Both vehicles were described and their license plate numbers turned over to police. One vehicles tag number was retrieved after the witness chased the vehicle down Sonja Drive.

• Feb. 26: Police were advised by a witness that a suspect was observed breaking out the window of the abandoned restaurant on Campbell Lakes Drive. Police were able to locate the suspect, who admitted breaking out the window in order to get out of the weather. The man was homeless.

• Feb.26: A complainant at the Concord A.M.E. Zion Church on Loop Road reported to police that a suspect had vandalized the church’s yard. The complainant stated that he was working inside the church and heard a vehicle making a lot of noise coming from outside in the churchyard. On investigation, the complainant found the vehicle gone and damage to the church’s yard. A witness reported to police that the suspect vehicle was a green Ford Bronco. Police ascertained that the vehicle belonged to a Rising View Lane resident.

• Feb. 26: Police responded to a Crystal Brook Lane address on a domestic matter. On arrival, officers were told that the victim and the suspect had gotten into an argument because the victim is receiving “counseling.” The suspect allegedly damaged property at the address and left.

• Feb. 28: A Walland woman reported to police that she had been abandoned in the parking lot of Aubrey’s Café in Farragut by her escort. The victim stated she and the suspect had been drinking and while driving home they got into an argument. The suspect drove into the restaurant’s parking lot a told the victim to get out and then drove off.

• March 1: Police responded to a domestic disturbance call at a West Kingsgate Drive address. On arrival, the victim told officers that the suspect had struck him three times in the back because she thought he had her keys. The suspect was allegedly intoxicated and was arrested for simple assault.

• March 1: A worker at the Old Stage Weigel’s reported the tag number of a vehicle belonging to a Madisonville man who allegedly left the store without paying for $24 of gasoline.

• March 1: A Friendsville woman reported to police that the staff of the Cotton Eyed Joe club on Outlets Drive informed her that they had caught someone with her property. The victim didn’t want to prosecute but he suspect was arrested for public intoxication.

• March 1: A Boling Lane woman reported to police that her driver’s license and Social Security card had been stolen from her cigarette case that she had left on a table at the Cotton Eyed Joe club.

• March 2: Police were advised by an employee of Roadway Express that his company vehicle had been damaged when a suspect had attempted to break into the vehicle while it was parked at a Lost Tree Lane address.

• March 2: A Woodsmoke Circle resident reported to police that two sets of Calloway golf clubs were missing from the trunk of his vehicle. The victim stated he did not know when or where the theft occurred. The value of the items is $2,500.

• March 2: Police were advised by a Withering Hills resident that her vehicle had been vandalized.

• March 3: Police were advised by representatives of First National Bank in Farragut that a stolen and forged check was deposited into an account at the bank by an alleged suspect. The check was made payable to a company in the amount of $426. The check was drawn on a Harriman man’s account. The suspect did withdraw $200 from the deposit. The suspect is observed on video.

• March 2: A Long Ridge Road woman called police to the baseball fields on Northshore Drive after her estranged husband allegedly violated an ex parte order and approached her at the ballfields. Officers instructed the suspect to leave the scene.

• March 3: Police were called to a Union Road address in response to a domestic disturbance. The victim stated that her estranged husband came to her residence and she instructed him that she did not want to see him. The suspect allegedly attempted to enter the residence through a window at the rear of the house.

• March 4: A Glenn Abbey Boulevard man called police after an argument between he and his wife escalated. The suspect, who police were told allegedly has a drinking problem, swallowed several pills and stated she did not want to live anymore. The suspect was transported to Fort Sanders Parkwest Medical Center for observation.

• March 4: An Admiral Road resident reported to police that his mailbox had been damaged.

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