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• 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.

• Aug. 1: A Troutman Lane resident reported to police that the side window of his vehicle had been broken out while the car was parked at the Cotton Eyed Joe club on Outlets Drive.

• Aug. 2: A Herron Road resident reported to police that the back windshield of his vehicle had been broken out while it was parked for the weekend at a Wells Fargo Drive residence.

• Aug. 3: Police were called to the intersection of Campbell Station Road and Parkside Drive in response to an auto accident. The victim reported that the vehicle, which was stopped in front of him, backed up and struck the front of his vehicle.

• Aug. 3: Police were dispatched to a South Hobbs Road address in response to a residential burglary. On arrival, officers encountered two suspects in a stolen vehicle. The pair was arrested on another charge. (See next report). The vehicle was traced to a Kentucky man, who had reported the vehicle stolen.

• Aug. 3: Police received a 9-1-1 call from a South Hobbs Road resident who had happened upon their house being burglarized. The victim and witness had been to their doctor and then stopped at the grocery store before going home. Upon arrival at their residence the couple discovered a vehicle backed into their front yard and the front door of the residence was open. The witness went inside the residence and heard voices. He stepped back out and gave the victim his cell phone and told her to call 9-1-1. The witness then went back inside the residence and worked his way through the house. He stopped in the kitchen and picked up a pellet rifle and proceeded towards the back of the house. He heard voices coming from the back bedroom. The witness yelled at the suspects and got their attention and then pointing the pellet rifle at them ordered them to lay down on the floor, which they did. Officers arrived and found the witness holding the pellet rifle on the suspects, two Mexican Nationals. Both suspects were placed under arrest and advised of their rights in Spanish. Both suspects admitted breaking into the house and stealing the vehicle in which they were riding. (See previous report).

• Aug. 4: Police were called to Fox Den subdivision in response to a theft call. On arrival, the victim told police that she and her husband were in the process of moving to Florida. The victim said that he was moving items to a storage facility and noticed that a wardrobe box had fallen from the truck. Retracing his path, the victim found the box on the side of the road and its contents were gone.

• Aug. 4: Police responded to a burglar alarm at the 1 Limit Bait Shop on West End Avenue. Officers found the door lock had been “popped” and two glass display cases had been broken. Several fishing reels were missing.

 

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