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• May 7: A worker at the U-Haul store in Farragut reported the theft of a covered trailer form the business. The trailer was later recovered.

• June 1: An Augustin Lane man reported to police that his firearm had been taken from his home while he was out of town. The victim indicated that his ex-roommate might allegedly be involved.

• June 7: A Triple Crown Road resident reported to police that his motor home had been broken into. The victim reported that nothing was missing but the lock on the door was damaged.

• June 7: Police were advised by a Daimler Chrysler representative that a Freightliner truck valued at $31,000 was missing


from the Freightliner of Knoxville lot on Everette Road. The truck had been repossessed in December.

• June 8: Police were called to a Campbell Station Road address in response to a simple assault call. Police were advised by the victim that he and his brother, the suspect, had gotten into an argument over the suspect’s alleged intoxication and ability to drive. The suspect became angry and punched the victim in the face, then left the residence.

• June 8: Police were called to a Randall Park Lane address in response to a domestic dispute. On arrival, officers were told by the victim that she and the suspect, her ex-boyfriend, had gotten into an argument earlier that evening. The suspect then began drinking and started yelling at the victim. The victim asked the suspect to leave but he refused. The victim then locked the suspect out of the residence. The suspect allegedly began kicking and hitting the front door. The suspect was sitting outside when officers arrived. The suspect was arrested for unrelated charges.

• June 8: A Grigsby Chapel Road man reported to police that he had received two harassing telephone calls at his place of employment from his ex-wife.

• June 10: A Knoxville woman reported to police that while traveling on I-40 another vehicle had run over a piece of metal causing the piece of metal to fly up and strike her vehicle windshield causing damage.

• June 10: A Wisconsin man was detained by police after attempting to pay for his meal at the Petro’s fueling station with a counterfeit $50 bill. The suspect told officers that he had gotten the money from his mother. The U.S. Secret Service was notified.

• June 10: Police were advised by a Concord Farms Lane woman that her Y-12 Credit Union debit card had unauthorized transactions charged against it. The victim stated that she had discovered that more than $1,000 had been withdrawn from her account via the debit card from ATM machines in Bulgaria. The victim told police that she had used the card on-line to purchase items and had used the AT&T on-line secure Web site to purchase other items. The money was withdrawn over a five-day period.

• June 10: A worker at the Petro’s fueling station on Watt Road reported the theft of $30 in fuel.

• June 10: Police were dispatched to an Oran Road address in response to a domestic call. On arrival, officers were told by the victim that she and the suspect, her daughter, had been in an argument when the suspect began hitting the victim. A witness stepped between the two to break up the incident causing the witness and the suspect to begin arguing. The victim told police that the suspect was mentally challenged. The victim, the suspect and the witness received minor injuries. The suspect was transported to Baptist West Hospital for evaluation.

• June 11: A Colorado man reported to police that the license plate off his Hertz Rent-a-Car had been taken while parked at a Campball Station Road motel.

• June 11: A Bayview Drive woman reported to police that her vehicle had been burglarized while parked at a Farragut business in the 11000 block of Kingston Pike. Missing were the woman’s purse and the contents of the vehicle. Entry was gained by breaking a window.

• June 11: A Hanover Place resident placed a call to police to report a domestic disturbance. The complainant stated that the suspect, her neighbor, was outside her residence playing her stereo. The complainant stated that she yelled at the suspect to turn the music down. The suspect then began yelling back at the complainant. The suspect then allegedly went to the complainant’s residence and shoved the complainant’s door into the victim’s arm. The complainant stated that the suspect had been told to stay off of his property.

• June 12: Police responded to an attempted suicide call at a Crossbridge Drive address. The victim was transported to Fort Sanders Parkwest Medical Center.

• June 12: A worker at the Phillips 66 fueling station on Campbell Station Road reported to police that a man entered the business and picked up three cases of beer, then left without paying for them.

• June 12: Police were called to the Brixworth neighborhood in response to a vehicle accident with property damage. The victim stated she was traveling westbound on Turkey Creek Road when she went through some standing water and was engulfed by water from a flashflood, which came from a large drainage ditch in the Brixworth subdivision.

• June 13: A Mountain View Road resident reported to police that her vehicle had been burglarized while parked at the Bi-Lo supermarket in Farragut. The burglar broke out the passenger-side window to gain entry. Missing were the victim’s purse, Palm Pilot and other items.

• June 13: A Woody Meadow Drive woman reported to police that her vehicle was burglarized while parked at the Cotton Eyed Joe club on Outlets Drive. The woman stated that someone had unzipped the top to her Jeep and taken her purse and its contents.

• June 13: Police were advised by three Knoxville women and one Florida woman that the vehicle that they had taken to the Cotton Eyed Joe club on Outlets Drive had been burglarized. Missing from the vehicle were the women’s purses, which they had left in the vehicle. Entry was gained by breaking out a back window.

• June 14: Police were called to the Concord Hills pool in response to a burglary. A representative of Hospitality Services, a vending company, told police that someone had climbed over the fence surrounding the pool, broken off a metal table leg and used it to smash the front of a candy vending machine. Missing was approximately $75 in product.

• June 14: A Rockwood woman reported to police that while she was inside a Campbell Station Road gas station, someone had stolen her van. The woman stated that she had left the vehicle unlocked with the keys lying in the seat. The woman stated that her purse, a digital camera and other items were in the vehicle.

• June 14: A Sweetgum Drive woman reported to police that her residence had been burglarized. The victim stated that between 8 a.m. and noon, someone had entered the residence through an unlocked garage door and then forced their way into the residence. The victim reported that several items totaling several thousand dollars were missing.

• June 14: An Orchard Crossing Lane resident reported to police receiving 15 harassing telephone calls from who he believes are juveniles. The victim has reported the incident to his telephone company, which is waiting contact from law enforcement in order to release the number.

• June 14: Police were called to a Campbell Station Road residence after receiving a domestic disturbance call. The victim told officers that the suspect had become angry after a verbal dispute. She stated that the suspect had been drinking and was out of control. She said that the suspect had struck her in the ribs with his fist and shoved her head back several times. She stated that he allegedly took their 5-month-old daughter out of her sleeper and dropped her on the floor. The victim was advised of her rights.

• June 15: A truck driver from Pennsylvania reported to police that while he was parked for the night at the Flying J truckstop on Watt Road someone entered the vehicle while he was sleeping and beat him unconscious. The victim told police that he had the window of the truck open because the air conditioning was not working. The driver reported that an amount of cash was taken.

• June 15: A contractor working at a Riverlake Drive residence reported to police that the residence had been burglarized and that several tools had been taken. The loss was estimated to be in excess of $3,000.

• June 16: A Navigator Pointe woman reported to police that she had caught a man peeping into her residence windows. The victim stated she allegedly caught her ex-husband, the suspect, peeping in her windows and when he saw her observing him, he left the residence. The victim stated she called the suspect and asked what he wanted and he allegedly replied he wanted to know where she lived.

• June 16: An Old Stage Road high school student reported to police that someone had cut the fuel line to his vehicle. The victim stated that a glass table behind the residence had been shattered.

• June 16: An Axton Drive resident reported to police that someone had taken her air-conditioning unit, which had been attached to her house.

• June 16: A McFee Road woman reported to police that her vehicle was burglarized while parked at Anchor Park on Turkey Creek Road. The victim stated that the windshield of the vehicle was broke out and that her belongings inside the vehicle were missing.

• June 16: A worker at the Old Stage Weigel’s Farm Store reported to police that a suspect had pumped $39.88 in fuel and left without paying. The worker provided police with a license tag number, which came back as a stolen tag. The suspect vehicle was last seen on Martel Road in Loudon County.

 

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