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• March 24: A worker at the Petros fueling station on Watt Road reported the theft of $38.50 in gasoline by the driver of a white GMC Denali.

• March 25: The driver of an automobile in the parking lot of the shopping center on Grigsby Chapel and Campbell Station roads reported that the driver of another vehicle backed into her vehicle as she was navigating through the lot.

• March 25: Police were called to the Designer Rugs and Accents business site in answer to an alarm. On arrival, officers found the front glass broken out and change from the cash register thrown on the floor. (See farragutpress April 1).

• March 25: Police discovered on a routine business check at Duck’s American Grill that the front glass had been broken out and the business burglarized. (See farragutpress April 1).

• March 25: Police discovered a forced entry at Daddio’s Pizza and Mexican restaurant. (See farragutpress April 1)

• March 25: Police discovered a forced entry at Adorable Pets on a routine business check. (See farragutpress April 1).

• March 26: A Long Bow Road woman notified police that her car window had been broken out while parked at the Regal Cinemas in Farragut.

• March 26: Police were advised by an Ohio woman that the cell phone she had given her husband’s children in Knoxville had been taken from them by the suspect. The victim was advised that this was a civil matter.

• March 26: A worker at the Petro’s truck stop advised police that a suspect drove off without paying for a $20.02 fuel purchase.

• March 26: A Crooked Springs Road woman reported to police that her car had been burglarized.

• March 27: A resident on North Watt Road reported to police that she was awakened by a loud noise during the night. On investigation, the victim found a brick on her living room floor and a large hole in her front window. When officers arrived, they found that the name “Wendy” had been painted on her garage door. Officers noted that the victim has been repeatedly harassed and vandalized by the suspect.

• March 28: A Lippencott Street woman reported to police that her wallet had been stolen while at the Cotton Eyed Joe club on Outlets Drive.

• March 28: A West Pepper Court resident reported to police that someone had thrown a rock through the window of her car and had damaged a speaker in the vehicle.

• March 28: Baptist West Hospital notified police that a victim of alleged domestic violence was being treated. The victim told police that she had gotten into a verbal argument with her brother-in-law at his Kingston Pike address. The suspect pushed the victim down and allegedly struck her in the back of the head.

• March 28: Representatives of the Lenoir City Utilities Board notified police that one of its power lines had been knocked down by the driver of a delivery truck on Kelsey Lane disrupting power to the neighborhood.

• March 29: Police were called to the Cotton Eyed Joe club on Outlets Drive in response to an assault call. On arrival, officers found that a couple had gotten into an argument that had escalated into a physical confrontation. The female was arrested because of her “high level of intoxication.”

• March 29: Police were called to the Flying J truck stop in response to an altercation between two drivers. Officers discovered that the two drivers became engaged in an argument over who had the right of way to pull into the truck stop. The argument was verbal. Both drivers listed their occupation as “retired.”

• March 29: Police were called to a residence on North Watt Road in response to a vandalism call. Police had been at the residence on March 27 for a similar event. The victim told police she heard a loud noise and when she entered her bedroom, she found a rock on the floor and that her bedroom window had been broken out. Officers contacted the suspect and the told officers he would not speak about breaking out the window.

• March 29: Officers were called to a Gates Mill Drive residence to investigate a theft. The victim told police that jewelry was missing from the residence and that the only people in the house were carpet installers.

 

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