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• March 8: Police were dispatched to a Beacontree Lane address in response to a family assault call. The victim stated she got into an argument with her husband when she started talking to him about a divorce. She stated he started threatening her with taking their baby and leaving the state. At some point during the conversation the victim stated her husband grabbed her right wrist and tried to force their baby out of her arms. She screamed for him to let her go and her mother came into the room. The victim’s husband let go of the victim’s wrist and left the residence when he found out that the police had been called. The victim had a red mark around her right wrist.

• March 9: A worker at Hot Bodies tanning reported to police that he had received a forged check. The complainant stated the suspect entered the business and wrote a check for $136.55 for tanning visits and lotion. The name on the check was imprinted on the check and the suspect signed the check as such. The suspect came to the business and wrote two more checks at later dates. When the complainant took the checks to the bank to deposit, the bank informed him that the account on which the checks had been written had been closed for three weeks. The suspect’s name was taken from a registration card at the business and given to police. The suspect was allegedly a Canton Hollow Road resident.

• March 10: A representative of White Realty reported to police that a truckload of stones valued at $100 had been stolen from the business.

• March 11: A Montague Drive resident reported to police that his vehicle had been taken by his fiancee’s sister. The vehicle was later located and a missing juvenile report was filed.

• March 11: A Dominion Circle woman reported to police that her medications had been stolen from her vehicle that was left unlocked at the CVS Pharmacy in Farragut. Police received a report later that a vehicle driven by a female was observed and the driver of the vehicle was seen throwing the victim’s pill bottles into scrubbery.

• March 11: A worker at the Old Stage Weigel’s Farm Store reported to police that a suspect came into the store and tried to use a $10 bill to buy a lottery ticket. The complainant stated that he thought the bill looked and felt fake so he called police. The suspect told the officers that he did not know where he had received the bill. The money was turned over to the forgery and fraud division.

• March 13: Police were called to an Everett Road residence in response to a forged prescription claim. The victim told police that his medical information, including name and date of birth, had been used to make purchases on his TennCare by someone he did not know. The most recent prescription had not been picked up yet. This order was in the name of another unknown person. To date, four other prescriptions had been ordered, signed for and picked up by the suspects. The victim’s TennCare had been charged for the prescriptions. The victim stated that he had no “clue” who the suspects are and how they got his information.

• March 13: A Farragut businessman notified police that his wife, the victim, came into his place of employment on Kingston Pike and told him that the suspect was waiting for her in the parking lot. The complainant approached the suspect and the suspect began to curse the complainant. The suspect then left the parking lot almost hitting the complainant. The victim stated the suspect left a note on her vehicle telling her to meet the suspect at the end of the parking lot for sex, along with other inappropriate comments. A witness was in the victim’s vehicle when the incident occurred. The witness stated the suspect attempted to get into the victim’s vehicle, but the vehicle was locked. The license plate of the suspect’s car was traced to a Ball Road address.

• March 14: A worker at the Kenjo market on Campbell Station Road reported to police that a woman pumped more than $13 in unleaded gasoline and left the business without paying. The vehicle license plate was traced to a Rock Crest Road address.

• March 14: Police were called to a Union Road address in response to a domestic matter. Police were told by the victim that the suspect, the victim’s estranged husband, came over to the victim’s residence and told the victim that he would never see her again and made several “threatening motions with his hands” but did not threaten to assault the victim. The victim stated she did fear for her safety.

• March 15: A woman reported to police that a prowler was lurking about. The victim stated she was staying at her daughter’s and son-in-law’s home at a South Williamsburg Drive address when her son-in-law heard someone at the front door. When he opened the door he saw a male approximately 6-feet tall dressed all in black with a black toboggan covering his face. The two males scuffled in the front yard and the suspect broke free and ran behind the house and across Kingston Pike. The victim could not identify the suspect because of the way he was dressed.

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