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• May 17: Police were called to West End Dance Studio in response to a vandalism call. The store owner told police that a suspect had shattered the business’ cracked front window by pushing on the crack until it shattered. The suspect’s mother and the store owner resolved the problem.

• May 19: The BP fuel center on Watt Road reported the theft of $77.84 in fuel by two males driving a motor home.

• May 19: Police were called to the parking lot of Farragut High School in response to a hit-and-run involving a parked vehicle.

• May 20: An Evans Road resident reported to police that she had discovered her credit card missing. On calling her bank, the victim was informed that several charges had been made to the card at several different locations about West Knox County.

• May 21: Police and Rural/Metro paramedics were called to a Hampton Road address in response to an apparent natural death of an adult male.

• May 22: Police were advised by a Dineen Drive resident that a verbal argument had ensued between he and his wife about her drinking. The complainant stated that he later heard his wife out in the garage attempting to load a gun with intent on shooting herself. The suspect was gone on officer’s arrival.

• May 22: A North Cedar Bluff resident reported to police that his vehicle had been taken from his place of work on Watt Road. Police later notified the victim that his vehicle had been recovered in Kansas. The victim uttered an expletive and hung up.

• May 23: A Lenoir City woman reported to police that she had been physically assaulted by a man in the parking lot of the Cotton Eyed Joe club on Outlets Drive. The woman stated she was in the parking lot talking to her husband when the suspect came over and began making sexual remarks. The victim stated her husband got out of their car and began arguing with the suspect who in turn struck the woman victim in the stomach. The victim stated she is three months pregnant. The victim stated her husband began fighting the suspect but the suspect left before police arrived. The suspect’s identification information was obtained by the club’s bouncers.

• May 23: A Spinnaker Road woman reported to police that a suspect had taken her vehicle from her home. The victim later recovered her vehicle at the Sunchase Apartments on Cedar Bluff Road. The suspect had a key to the vehicle and had previously been given permission to use the vehicle.

• May 23: Police were called to a Spinnaker Road address in response to a domestic call. The victim stated that the suspect had been making verbal threats toward her concerning an estate that the two were trying to settle in court.

• May 23: Police were advised by a Campbell Station Road woman that a suspect that had been staying with the victim had taken her purse and its contents from her home.

• May 24: A Chapel Point Lane resident reported to police that a check from his personal checkbook was missing and had been written and cashed.

• May 24: A Kingston woman reported to police that while shopping in the Farragut Fresh Market she encountered a situation where potatoes began falling from the bin onto the floor. The woman stated that as she bent over to pick up the fallen potatoes a man came forth as if to help but instead allegedly took a small wallet from her purse, which was in her cart. The victim stated she confronted the suspect who denied any involvement. The victim followed the suspect to the parking lot and retrieved his vehicle description and license number.

• May 24: A worker at the Petro’s fueling station on Watt Road reported that a suspect driving an Avis rental car pumped $26.74 in fuel and left without paying.

• May 24: A Summerdale Drive youth was arrested by police after she and a friend admitted to taking items from the Kohl’s department store in Farragut. One youth was released to her parents; the other couldn’t locate a guardian and was taken downtown.

• May 24: Police were called to a Campfire Drive address after the female resident reported that her estranged husband used his house key to gain entry to her home. The victim stated the suspect, after entering the home, began a verbal argument that eventually resulted in the suspect allegedly punching the victim. The suspect was gone on police arrival.

• May 25: Police were called to the Kohl’s department store in Farragut in response to a shoplifting call. Store security stated that they had observed the suspect placing items in her bag without paying for them.

• May 25: A Butternut Lane man reported to police that someone has been impersonating his wife. The complainant stated that the suspect has been calling and making appointments with organizations and professionals about town. The couple stated that the suspect might be a family member.

• May 25: A Campbell Station Road man reported to police that the vehicle he had loaned a woman had not been returned. The victim stated he has tried in vain to get the vehicle back.

• May 25: Police were called to the Kroger in Farragut in response to a theft call. Store officials told police that the suspect came into the store and placed more than 40 DVDs into a bag and ran out of the store. The suspect fled in a car driven by a woman who had a child with her, witnesses stated.

• May 25: A Kingsgate woman reported to police that she had received verbal threats and was the victim of vandalism by a man whose truck she had borrowed. The victim stated that she borrowed the suspect’s truck and paid him for its use. The victim stated the suspect came to her and demanded her prescription drugs as further payment or he would report that she stole his truck.

• May 26: Police arrested a woman at a Spinnaker Road address following a 911 call reporting an assault. The victim stated that he and the woman had gotten into an argument over money when the arrestee allegedly began kicking the victim. The victim retreated into a back room and called 911. The woman was found by police in the front yard under the influence of an intoxicant.

• May 26: A Harrow Road resident reported to police that someone had pushed over two large decorative water fountains in his front yard.

• May 26: A Lenoir City woman reported to police that she had left her wallet containing $400 in cash on the counter at the Old Stage Weigel’s Farm Store after buying a lottery ticket. On returning to retrieve the wallet the victim found her money missing.

• May 27: A Knox County Sheriff’s deputy recovered a VISA debit card laying on the pavement at the I-40/Watt Road intersection. On investigation, police found that the card belonged to an individual with outstanding warrants.

• May 27: A Turkey Creek Road resident reported to police that someone had broken into his vehicle and stole his computer and other items.

• May 28: A Concord Road man reported to police that someone had broken out a window of his home.

• May 29: A Lenoir City woman reported to police that someone had burglarized her vehicle while it was parked at Concord Park.

• May 30: A worker at the Petro’s fueling station on Watt Road reported the theft of $26.30 in fuel.

• May 30: A worker at the Pilot store on Campbell Station Road reported the theft of $19.70 in fuel.

• May 31: A worker at the Smith Road Weigel’s Farm Store reported the theft of beer by a young male. The suspect fled in a red truck with two other people in it.

• June 1: Police were advised by a construction company that a whirlpool tub had been taken from a Providence Glen Lane construction site.

• June 1: An Augustin Lane man reported the theft of a handgun from his home.

 

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