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• June 21: A Dandridge man reported to police that several of his blank checks were missing. The victim stated that on June 8, he discovered some checks out of sequence. After further investigation, the victim found that three checks were missing from his book and two had been used at area businesses in Knoxville.

After learning about the crime, the victim contacted the suspect, a Canton Hollow Road resident, and she admitted using the checks. At this time, the checks have been written for $65.46.

• June 21: Police officers recovered a loaded .357 caliber revolver while at Way Station Trail address. Officers reported that while dispatched to a traffic problem at the Way Station Trail address, officers found the weapon and turned it in to the KCSD property clerk.

• June 21: A Crystal Brook Drive resident reported to police that his Ford Bronco had been taken without his permission. The victim advised the listed suspect is his girlfriend’s son and has taken the vehicle without permission before. The victim stated the suspect is unruly and has a history with the victim. The suspect is also allegedly driving on a suspended driver’s license. Note: The victim called later to report the vehicle had been returned.

• June 21: A Northshore Drive woman reported to police that her vehicle was burglarized while parked at Anchor Park in Farragut. Missing from the vehicle was the woman’s purse and its contents including $200 in cash. Entry was gained by breaking out a window.

• June 21: A worker at the Petro’s fueling center on Watt Road reported to police that the driver of a 1985 Pontiac Bonneville pumped $28 in fuel and left without paying.

• June 21: A Northshore Drive man reported to police that his vehicle had been burglarized while parked at Anchor Park in Farragut. The man stated that entry was gained by breaking out a passenger-side window. Missing was the man’s wallet and $200 in cash.

• June 22: A manager at the Lakeside Market reported to police that the Coca-Cola vending machine belonging to the Coca-Cola Company in Atlanta, Ga., was burglarized during the night. The complainant stated that when she came in thatmorning, she found the vending machine burglarized and the surveillance camera pointed up so it would not record the burglary. There was no damage to the machine.

• June 22: Police were called to Petro’s fueling station on Watt Road in response to a domestic dispute. The victim, a Manassas, Va., woman, stated that she had met her soon-to-be ex-spouse at the Petro’s to deliver the children to the suspect for a vacation. The victim stated the suspect, a Little Rock, Ark., man, became agitated over a legal document he had to sign on pickup of his children. The victim stated the suspect signed the paperwork, then slammed the pen into the victim’s vehicle hood causing a small dent and chipping of the paint. The victim was advised of her legal rights.

• June 22: Police were called to a Derby Run address in response to a simple assault. Officers reported that the victim and the suspect live together as boyfriend and girlfriend. The suspect and victim got into a verbal altercation when the victim found a large amount of alcohol. A witness to the incident told police that he saw the suspect slap and choke the victim. The witness also stated he saw the suspect throw dishes and clothing at the victim. When officers arrived the suspect could be heard yelling at the victim and the suspect had a strong smell of alcohol on his person. The suspect was taken into custody.

• June 22: Police were called to Cove park on Northshore Drive in response to a aggravated assault call. The victim, a Kensington Circle man, told officers that he was riding his bicycle eastbound on Northshore Drive near the entrance/exit to the Cove, when a red pickup truck passed him very closely. The victim stated that he raised his right hand in surprise and did not think anymore about it, but about a half-a-mile down the road the suspect was waiting and motioned for him to pull over to the side of the road. The victim stated that they stood behind the suspect’s truck facing one another when the suspect began to verbally assault him and pull out a small pocket knife from one of the suspect’s pockets. The victim stated that the suspect made a thrusting motion toward the victim’s midsection as if to attempt to cut him. The victim stated that a person passing by pulled into the parking lot to see what was going on and it was at that time the suspect jumped in his vehicle and swiftly drove away. The victim concluded that he was scared and in fear of serious harm, but did not know what to do.

• June 22: A Thornton Drive man reported to police that he had received threatening telephone calls. The victim stated that on June 22 he had received a telephone call from the suspect who allegedly told the victim that he was: “done paying child support and hoped he was happy.” The suspect also allegedly stated that the victim was a big man now and that the suspect would come over to the residence and snap the victim’s neck and throw him out the window. The suspect then allegedly invited the victim to a parking lot to settle their dispute. The second victim at the address was also called by the suspect who allegedly told the second victim that he would kill her if she raised the child support payment back up. The suspect also allegedly called the second victim at her place of employment.

• June 23: A Canadian truck driver reported to police that his vehicle had been struck by another vehicle while parked at a Watt Road truck stop. The victim was asleep in his rig when the incident occurred.

 

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