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• April 22: A worker at the U-Haul store in Farragut notified police that a truck he had rented had not reached its destination.

• April 23: A worker at the U-Haul store in Farragut reported that a truck was rented for a one-way trip to Dalton, Ga., and failed to report.

• April 24: A Windward Drive resident reported to police that her cellular telephone was taken from her cart while at the Fresh Market in Farragut. The victim stated that she had just placed the telephone in the cart, turned to check some produce and on returning to the cart discovered the telephone missing.

• April 25: A Longbow Road man reported to police that he had received harassing telephone calls. The victim stated that he could not understand what the caller was saying except that he called the victim’s wife a “bitch.”

• April 25: A Concord man reported to police that his vehicle had been stolen while parked at the Cotton Eyed Joe club on Outlets Drive.

• April 25: An Indiana woman notified police that she was in possession of counterfeit money. The woman stated that she made a purchase at the Flying’ J truckstop and was informed by the cashier that the $10 bill she was attempting to use was counterfeit. The woman stated she had received the currency in change from an Alabama Flying’ J.

• April 25: A Lenoir City woman reported to police that her belongings had been stolen from her room at the Holiday Inn Express on Campbell Lakes Boulevard. The victim stated that someone allegedly used an unauthorized key and entered the room.

• April 26: A cashier at a Watt Road business notified police that her wallet and its contents were missing from the business.

• April 27: A Gates Mill Road woman reported to police that her vehicle was burglarized while parked at the Campbell Station Road park. The victim stated that the suspects broke out the front passenger-side window and took the victim’s purse and its contents.

• April 27: A Sonja Drive resident telephoned police to request a fraudulent use of credit-debit card investigation. The victim alleged that approximately $821 of merchandise had been charged to the account. On investigation, officers found that $118 had been charged to Old Navy online, $575 had been charged to Gateway Direct and shipped to a Dallas, Texas, address under the victim’s name and $126 was charged at another Texas business.

• April 27: A Quail Pointe Drive resident reported to police that a suspect that she had been arguing with had damaged her property. The victim stated that the suspect pulled into the victim’s driveway and the victim parked behind the suspect. The suspect and victim began discussing some work that the suspect had done for the victim when the suspect got angry. The victim stated the suspect threatened her, stating that she would be sorry then got in his vehicle and backed up toward her and her vehicle. The suspect then backed up through the yard and ran over her cable box. The victim stated that she feared the suspect was trying to run over her.

• April 29: A Tewksbury Drive woman reported to police that while waiting for a AAA representative to unlock her car, which was at the Amoco station in Farragut, a check was removed from her purse that she had left on a table in the station.

• April 29: Police were called to the intersection of Peterson Road and Kingston Pike at about 2:30 p.m. after a worker for TDS Network Services punctured a two-inch gas line. Traffic was diverted from the area and a KUB worker shut off the gas line.

• April 29: Police were called to a McFee Road address in response to a domestic disturbance. The victim told police she is the primary caretaker of the suspect’s son. The victim alleges that the suspect has no parental rights to the child. The victim stated that her daughter, the child’s mother, had called the victim to warn her that the suspect was coming to get the child. The victim stated she left the residence because of the violent history of the suspect.

• April 29: Police and Rural/Metro personnel were dispatched to a Farragut Hills Boulevard address in response to a natural death at the home.

• April 30: A worker at the Taco Bell in Farragut notified police that a person driving a white camper-top truck attempted to pass a counterfeit $20 bill at the restaurant. The complainant told police that the suspect knew that the complainant recognized the bill as counterfeit and drove off.

• April 29: A complainant from the Concord Hills Recreation Association reported to police that he found several items not belonging to the association hidden in his boat.

• April 30: Police were called to a Harvey Road address after a report of shots being fired. The victim stated that he pulled into his neighbor’s, the suspect’s driveway to turn around when the suspect started shooting at the victim. The victim drove back home and waited for his parents to arrive. The suspect continued to shoot towards the victim’s residence. A witness, another neighbor, stated he was outside when the suspect began shooting. The witness stated he could see the suspect aiming the weapon towards the victim’s residence. Officers noted that from both the victim’s and the witness’ residences the porch where the suspect was standing while she was firing the weapon was in plain sight. When officers spoke with the suspect, she stated that the victim turned around in her driveway and so she shot at him. The weapon was confiscated pending an investigation.

• April 30: An East Fox Den Drive resident reported to police that someone had driven through his yard causing damage to his sprinkler system.

• May 1: Police were dispatched to Baptist Hospital West in response to an assault report. The victim told police that she and her live-in boyfriend, the suspect, had gotten into an argument over his drug use. The victim stated that the suspect attacked her, threw her down on the bed and held her down when she attempted to flush his drugs down the toilet. The victim was able to drive herself to the hospital for treatment. Officers noted a large bruise on the victim’s foot, which was attributed to the assault.

• May 2: Police reported finding a dayplanner belonging to a West Knoxville resident at the entrance to Bridgewater subdivision.

• May 2: The owner of the Greek & Italian Village Restaurant on West End Avenue reported to police that someone had thrown a rock through a side glass door, entered the business and took $200 in cash and several bottles of liquor, primarily Crown Royal.

• May 2: Police responded to several vehicle burglaries, three on Hatteras Drive and one on Barharbor Way. Missing was a vehicle DVD player, a vehicle radio, a wallet and its contents and a purse and its contents.

• May 2: A South Williamsburg Drive woman reported to police that her vehicle had been stolen. The victim advised police that she let the suspect borrow her car. The victim stated that the suspect called her and told her the car was smoking and that he was going to have it serviced. The victim has not heard from the suspect since that time and the suspect’s cell phone has been disconnected.

• May 2: Police were advised by a Canton Hollow Road woman that her estranged husband, who is living in West Virginia, had called several times and had allegedly threatened to kill her and to burn down her residence with her and her boyfriend in it. The complainant stated that the suspect may be armed and stated that he would do this harm to her in three days.

• May 3: A McFee Road man reported to police that his ex-son-in-law allegedly broke into his vehicle and took a checkbook and property deed. The victim told police that the suspect told the victim that he would return the property if the victim would give the suspect some money during a meeting in a Weigel’s Farm Store parking lot.

• May 3: Police were advised by a Derby Run business owner that an alarm horn had been taken from the exterior of his business.

 

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