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• July 23: A Woodpark Drive resident reported to police that he had found a license plate in a parking lot on Kingston Pike.

• July 23: A Newport Drive woman reported to police that she had received a verbal threat from an alleged neighbor if she didn’t stop her dogs from barking.

• July 24: Police were advised by a Knoxville woman that she had been attacked by her ex-boyfriend following an argument in the parking lot of the Cotton Eyed Joe club. The victim stated the suspect attacked her with his fists and broke out the window of her car. The victim was transported by a friend to Parkwest Medical Center.

• July 24: A Dineen Drive resident reported to police that he was receiving harassing telephone calls from a Clinton suspect. The victim stated that the suspect told the victim that he would be reported for harassment if he tried to report the suspect.

• July 25: Police and Rural/Metro emergency personnel were dispatched to a Llanerch Road address in response to a death. The victim was transported to the Knox County Medical Examiner’s Office.

• July 25: Police were dispatched to a local hospital to complete a report by a Middlebrook Pike resident concerning a dog bite.

• July 25: A Briar Creek Drive woman reported to police that she had lost her purse after driving away from her home with the purse on top of her vehicle.

• July 25: A Concord Road resident reported to police that someone had stolen his lawn mower. The victim stated the mower was attached to a large trailer and secured with a security cable.

• July 26: A worker at T.A. West truck stop on Watt Road reported the theft of $24.01 in fuel by a couple driving a Chevrolet Cavalier.

• July 26: A Smoke Creek Road resident reported to police that someone had hit his parked vehicle causing damage to the passenger-side door and had left the scene.

• July 26: A representative of the Rufus H. Smith Co. reported to police that the clubhouse at Timberlake subdivision on Harbor Cove Drive had been vandalized. The complainant stated that the culprit had sprayed a fire extinguisher throughout the club house, broke a bar stool, damaged four chaise lounge chairs and sprayed Cheez Whiz in the pool. Officers were advised that the clubhouse is locked at 11 p.m.

• July 23: Police were notified by a representative of First National Bank in Farragut of an alleged theft. Bank officials stated that a complainant deposited a check in the amount of $1,975 into his account at First National Bank. The check was drawn on SunTrust Bank on the account of the suspect’s painting business. Later, the suspect deposited a check in the amount of $2,300 into the same account drawn on an NBC Bank account in the name of another painting business. Both accounts belonged to the suspect and were returned to First National Bank stamped “account closed.” The bank is alleging that the suspect defrauded the bank out of $4,275.

• July 27: Police were called to a Winged Foot Point address in response to a simple assault report. On arrival, officers found that the suspect was out of control and being verbally abusive toward her parents. The suspect became violent and made aggressive movements toward the victims. The suspect was arrested. Police were advised by the suspect’s parents that she had a drug addiction and also is on medications for mental disorders. The suspect was deemed a threat to herself and others.

• July 27: A Buckley Road woman reported a suspected stalker to police. The victim told officers that a suspicious vehicle was following the victim on Campbell Station Road near Kingston Pike. The victim said that the same vehicle also has been observed following her in the West Town Mall area. The victim said she believes that the individual operating the suspicious vehicle is stalking the victim. The suspect also allegedly approached the victim in person on one occasion at West Town Mall.

• July 28: Police were advised by a Willowdale Drive resident that she was having a dispute over monetary charges levied on the victim by a used car dealership. The victim stated she purchased the vehicle from the lot and that the vehicle had some things broken on it and the suspect at the lot agreed to make repairs free of charge. The victim stated the suspect fixed the car and when she went to pick up the car the suspect told her it would cost $217. The victim stated that at that time she called police and the suspect locked up the lot and left.

• July 28: Police responded to the Silver Spoon restaurant in Farragut in response to a domestic disturbance call from one of its employees. The victim stated that his ex-wife showed up at the business, the couple began arguing. The victim said the suspect allegedly picked up a metal pole and struck him in the back and on the arm. The victim stated the suspect then allegedly struck his car window, breaking it out, and then struck his vehicle’s bumper. The suspect was gone on officers’ arrival.

• July 28: A Canton Hollow Road woman called police to report that she had been raped. The victim told police that she went to the suspect’s residence on Campbell Station Road to return some money she had gotten from him. While there, she said both suspects allegedly forced her to have sex with them against her will. She stated that she was told she could leave the next morning. The victim stated she returned to her residence and later went to the Sexual Assault Crisis Center.

• July 28: Police were called to the intersection of Campbell Station Road and Kingston Pike in response to a sexual battery call. The victim stated that she and the suspect were in an argument. The victim alleges that the suspect grabbed her in the genital region and applied pressure for the purpose of causing her pain and discomfort. The victim also stated that the suspect twisted her arm causing her pain. The victim fled from the suspect and called police from a safe location.

• July 29: Police responded to a Glen Abbey Lane address in response to a fraud, bad check claim. The victim told police that he had received a telephone call from his bank saying that the suspect, a Georgia man, had cashed two checks from the victim’s bank account. The checks had the suspect’s information on them, but had the victim’s account number and routing number. The checks were signed by the suspect.

• July 29: A Pinecrest Circle man reported to police a simple assault at a Turkey Creek Road address. The victim stated he was taking the suspect home from a party. The victim stated that he and the suspect had been arguing earlier in the evening. The victim stated the suspect punched him in the face. The victim stopped the car and managed to get the suspect out of the car. The victim was struck several times in the face and did have some cuts and bruises. Once the suspect was out of the car, the victim fled the scene.

• July 29: Police were placed on standby by a couple who were conducting a child custody exchange at a Campbell Station Road address. An order of protection was in force against the suspect by the victim.

• July 29: A Terra Rosa Lane resident reported to police that his vehicle radio had been stolen while parked in an open garage at the residence.

• July 29: A Copperfield Drive resident reported to police that someone had stolen gas from both of his vehicles parked at his residence during the night. The victim stated that the thief had to break a locked cap on his BMW to get to the gas. The gas cap was valued at $300. Both vehicles were parked in the driveway.

• July 29: A Lenoir City woman reported to police the theft of her wallet. The victim stated that she had left her wallet and purse in the secretary’s office of a Farragut church. The victim stated she saw a white male coming into the fellowship hall from the kitchen that she did not recognize. The suspect told the victim he needed some gas. The victim said the suspect repeated that he didn’t need money just gas. The victim called later to advise officers that her wallet had been found by landscapers at a neighboring church. Nothing was missing.

• July 30: A representative of a Walland construction business reported to police that a load of windows and construction material were missing from a site on Jackson Oaks Way in Farragut. The victim has no suspects.

• July 30: A Rockwood man reported to police that his car had been burglarized while parked at the Regal Theater in Farragut.

• July 30: Police responded to the Lakeside Market in response to a robbery call. The complainant stated that the suspect entered the business and got a soft drink. When the suspect came to pay, the complainant opened the cash register whereupon the suspect reached over the counter and grabbed money from the register. The suspect fled in a vehicle parked outside.























• July 31: A representative at a Kingston Pike used car lot advised police that an elderly couple had entered the lot and asked to test drive a vehicle. The couple did not return the vehicle.

• July 31: A Butterfield Lane man reported to police that a suspect driving a Chevrolet van knocked over his mailbox. The victim stated that the suspect left the vehicle in a neighbors yard and left the scene. The vehicle was towed to impound and police noted that the license plate does not match the vehicle.

• July 31: Police were called to a Buckley Road address in response to a domestic argument. On arrival, police were told by the victim that she and the suspect, her estranged husband, were unable to work out their differences. The suspect moved out of the residence the previous day. The suspect came back to the residence on this day. The victim and the suspect began arguing over visitation rights to their 16-year-old daughter. The victim stated the argument became heated and because of the suspect’s alleged action in the past called 9-1-1. The victim claimed that recently the suspect punched her while she was sleeping and told her it was accidental. The victim also turned over to officers a handgun that belonged to the suspect. The victim did not want the handgun in the residence because of safety concerns.

• July 31: A Farragut Hill Boulevard man called police to report a domestic dispute. The victim stated that he and his son had gotten into a verbal dispute at the victim’s business and that he wanted his son to leave the premises. The suspect left the business and stated he would not return.

• Aug. 1: Police were called to a Tulane Road (Toole Road?) address in response to a domestic matter. On arrival, police were told by the victim that he let his daughter go stay with his ex-wife, the suspect, in Alabama. When the victim went to pick up the daughter, the suspect did not show up with her. The victim called the suspect and the suspect stated she was not going to give the daughter back. The victim has residential custody of his daughter.

• Aug. 1: A Texas woman reported to police that her dayplanner had been stolen while she showered at a Watt Road truck stop. The victim stated that another driver told her he found the dayplanner and turned it in to the front counter. When the victim went to retrieve the dayplanner the cashier told the victim that another woman had claimed the dayplanner and left. The cashier did not ask for identification.

• Aug. 1: A Hardin Valley Road woman reported to police that she was robbed in the parking lot of a business in the 11000 block of Kingston Pike. The victim stated that while pushing a shopping cart to a parking lot median, her purse was forcibly taken from her left shoulder. The victim stated the suspect ran up to the victim from behind and grabbed the purse. The suspect did not say anything to the victim during the incident. The victim ran after the suspect but was unable to catch him. The suspect ran into a field. The victim stated that the suspect’s left biceps had noticeable bruising and swelling.

 

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