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• May 9: A Knox County Sheriff’s deputy responded to a Northshore Drive address on an aggravated assault call. Upon arriving the officer spoke to the victim who stated that the suspect, a Jacksboro woman, had allegedly hit him with her vehicle. The victim stated he was knocked down and had to roll and crawl out of the way so the suspect would not run over him. The suspect then allegedly tried to get into the victim’s truck but failed. The victim fled the scene in a Mercury Sable. The victim stated he was trying to block the entrance to a private club to prevent the suspect from entering when he was hit.

• May 14: Police were advised by a complainant that about $1,600 in building material was taken from a job site on Providence Glen Lane.

• May 14: Police advised a Kingston man that the vehicle he had reported stolen in September 2003 had been recovered by Oak Ridge police and towed to a local towing company.

• May 15: An Ivey Chase Lane man reported to police that he had received two threatening calls on his cellular telephone. The victim stated that the callers wanted to meet with him and do him bodily harm.

• May 15: A Lenoir City woman reported to police that she and friends were dining at a Farragut restaurant when the victim’s brother entered the establishment with friends. The victim told officers that she had an order of protection against her brother through the Loudon County court system. The suspect was gone when officers arrived. A check by Knox County did not confirm that an order of protection was in force as neither Loudon County or the victim could produce the document.

• May 15: A worker at the Kohl’s department store in Farragut reported to police that she had observed a pair of Lenoir City women allegedly taking a buggy full of clothing out of the store without paying for it. The complainant stated she made contact with the pair. The buggy contained 30 shirt tops, six skirts, nine undergarments, six shorts, 11 pair of jeans, a jacket and three dresses, all valued at about $1,500. The complainant was advised as to how to secure a criminal summons.

• May 16: A worker at the BP Fuel Center on Watt Road reported that a driver had pumped $10 in fuel and left without paying.

• May 17: Police were advised by a Knoxville man that his roommate had allegedly stolen his identity. The victim advised officers that he had been staying with the suspect when the suspect took his Social Security number and used it to get items from the Rent-a-Center on Clinton Highway. The victim stated that he did not know the suspect had used his ID until he went to a Rent-a-Center and the staff there produced evidence.

• May 17: A worker at the Exxon/Finish Line in Farragut reported that a man driving a black Ford Excursion pumped $74.52 in fuel and left without paying.

• May 17: A Lenoir City man reported to police that about $900 in tools was taken from a work shed on Kingston Pike in Farragut. The victim stated that the shed does not lock and the tools were stored inside.

 

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