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Police Reports




• June 2: A Brixworth woman reported to police that her license plate was missing following a traffic accident.

• June 2: A Lanesborough woman reported to police that she was being harassed by a suspect who drove by her home threatening to call the Department of Human Services and have her baby taken from her. The victim was advised of her domestic rights.

• June 2: A Farragut High School youth collided with a vehicle while riding his bike on Campbell Station Road. The victim stated he was riding his bicycle southbound on the shoulder of Campbell Station Road and while crossing the intersection of Campbell Station and the entrance to Farragut High School he was struck by the driver of a vehicle turning onto Campbell Station Road. The victim sustained injury to his left elbow and left leg. The vehicle sustained damage to its right front quarter panel. The youth was treated and released by Rural/Metro Ambulance Service.

• June 3: A worker at the Petro’s fueling station on Watt Road reported the theft of $18 in fuel.

• June 3: A 14-year-old Cedar Grove Road youth, who was driving his friend’s mother’s vehicle, lost control of the vehicle on a curve on Grisby Chapel Road, hit a curb and slid into a residence yard. The wreck caused damage to the vehicle.

• June 4: Police were advised by a Weatherly Hills Boulevard resident that someone had thrown a brick through the window of his vehicle and taken items that were inside the vehicle, including his son’s wallet.

• June 4: A worker at the Kenjo market on Campbell Station Road reported the theft of $17.65 in fuel by the female driver of a Toyota Tacoma pickup truck.

• June 5: Police were called to a Bell Grove Road address in response to a domestic dispute. On arrival, police were told by the victim that she and the suspect, her husband, were in a verbal argument over his cheating on her. The suspect allegedly threw the victim to the ground and drug her across the room by her hair. The suspect then began choking the victim and told her he would kill her. The victim managed to get to the residence’s alarm control panel and set off the panic alarm. The suspect allegedly went upstairs to check on the children and the victim fled to Baptist West Hospital. The victim was advised of her domestic rights and taken before the magistrate where she stated that she feared for her life.

• June 6: Police were called to the Kohl’s department store in Farragut in response to an alleged shoplifting call. The complainant, a Kohl’s employee, stated that she and a witness followed the suspect, a Loudon woman, around the store while she shopped. The suspect was acting suspicious by taking clothes and putting them on hold at several different counters in the store. After the suspect left the store the complainant confronted her in the parking lot. At that time, it was discovered that the suspect had several items for which she did not have a receipt. The suspect did admit to the complainant and to officers that she took several items without paying for them. The suspect was advised by the officers the procedure for a criminal summons and she stated she did understand someone would be getting in touch with her regarding this incident. The complainant was also advised of how to obtain a criminal summons.

• June 6: Police were called to Salon 2000 on Kingston Pike in response to a burglary call. The complainant stated that she went to the business after being notified by one of her employees that the business had been burglarized. The complainant stated the shop closed around 5 p.m. on Saturday. Each attendants’ station was examined and several items were listed as missing. Entry to the business was made through the front door after the lock had been popped off.

June 6: Police were called to a Farragut Commons Road address in response to a domestic disturbance. The victim told police that her husband had been cursing her. The incident evolved into a verbal argument. The suspect left the residence for the remainder of the day.

 

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