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• April 15: A Bishops Bridge Road woman advised police that her mother, a Humble, Texas, woman, was missing from her in-laws Sailview Road address. The complainant advised that the woman, in her mid-50s, was mentally unstable.

• April 16: A Strawberry Plains man reported to police that the vehicle he had been driving was missing. The complainant stated that he had been driving the 1985 Ford Ranger pickup truck and had run out of gas. He left the truck on the side of the road and when he returned approximately one hour later the truck was gone.

• April 17: A Campbell Station Road woman reported to police that someone had vandalized her residence. The woman stated that she was in her home watching TV and heard a loud noise from outside. On investigation she found nothing unusual. The next day she discovered that her door handle had been broken off and her Brinks Security sign had been pulled from the ground.

• April 18: A Farragut Commons Drive woman reported to police that while she was away from her residence for a short time someone had sprayed-painted her garage door.

• April 18: An Oran Street man reported to police that the license plate on a vehicle he had been driving belonging to a vehicle owned by a Piedmont Street woman was missing.

• April 19: A worker at Farragut Health Care on Kingston Pike reported to police that a woman had yelled at her and pointed her finger in the victim’s face because the suspect did not like the way the victim was doing her job. The victim stated that she was uncertain of what the suspect may do.

• April 19: A worker for W.M. Construction reported to police that a masonry saw had been taken from a job site at Whispering Hills. The complainant stated that the building site had been forced open.

• April 19: A worker at the Favorite Market on North Campbell Station Road reported to police that an ex-employee of the business allegedly took money from the business. The complainant stated the suspect came into the store and asked if she could use an outlet to charge her cellular telephone. The complainant stated the suspect then walked to the office and plugged in her charger. The complainant stated the suspect left just a couple of minutes later and was in a hurry. The complainant stated she walked to the office where the suspect had been and saw there was $176 missing from a bag that was lying on a desk in the office.

• April 19: A Spanish Oak Trail man was arrested at an Andover Place address for theft of property. Police arrested the man in connection with the theft of a vehicle license plate that was taken from a Lilywood Lane man’s vehicle while it was parked in the Kroger Parking lot on Middlebrook Pike at Cedar Bluff Road. The tag was found attached to the suspect’s vehicle.

• April 19: Police were called to the parking lot of Farragut High School to investigate a traffic accident.

• April 20: Police were dispatched to a Sweetgum Road residence to separate a complainant and victim. The complainant, a Cedar Ridge Road man, called in order to meet with officers near the victim’s Sweetgum Road residence. Officers noted that earlier in the day in the cafeteria of Farragut Middle School the victim’s son assaulted the complainant’s son. According to the police incident report, the complainant went over to the victim’s home to confront her about the assault. While sitting in his vehicle the complainant called the victim on his cellular telephone, words were exchanged between the two parties and the complainant/suspect threatened the victim with bodily harm. The complainant/suspect also threatened the son of the victim. The complainant/suspect also alleges that the victim threatened him and his son. Both parties were advised of their legal rights and separated.

• April 20: A representative of First National Bank in Farragut notified police that a suspect had allegedly forged the name of a Lenoir City man on a withdrawal slip and received $826 from the bank. The suspect is observed receiving the funds from the teller on the bank security camera.

• April 20: A representative of First National Bank in Farragut reported to police that a suspect deposited a stolen check in the amount of $1,250 into the account of a business banking at First National. The suspect is observed receiving $1,000 during the transaction.

• April 20: A representative of Learning Labs, Inc. notified police that the license plate on a company vehicle was stolen while the vehicle was parked at Comfort Suites on Campbell Station Road.

• April 21: Police were called to a North Campbell Station Road address in response to a domestic dispute. On arrival, police found all parties involved present. Police reported that the victim’s and the suspect’s statements were contradictory and witnessed no signs of physical violence. The suspect agreed to leave the residence for the night.

• April 21: Police were called to a Sonja Drive residence to investigate missing medication. The victim stated that the medications were in a duffel bag with him at a friend’s residence across the street. The victim stated that several people were in and out of the residence and he later discovered the medications missing.

• April 22: A West Kingsgate woman was arrested at her residence during a domestic dispute. The arrestee was allegedly drinking all day and passed out on the couch. When she awoke at about 7 p.m. she thought it was morning and tried to wake her daughter to get her ready for school. On discovering her mistake, the woman began yelling and calling the victim names while threatening what she would do if the couple divorced. The suspect allegedly struck the victim and began yelling again.

• April 22: A representative of Yader Brothers company in North Carolina notified police that his company vehicle’s license plate had been taken while parked at the Comfort Suites on Campbell Station Road.

• April 22: A worker the T.A. fueling station on Watt Road reported to police that a customer pumped fuel and left without paying.

• April 23: A Twin Harbor Drive teenager reported to police that he had received verbal threats from a Battlefront Trail resident. The victim stated that he and a friend were dining at the Monterrey Mexican restaurant in Farragut when the suspect walked in and began threatening him. The victim stated that the suspect is upset with the victim because of the suspect’s daughter. The victim stated that this was the third time the suspect has found him in public and threatened him.

 

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