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• Aug. 4: Police and Rural/Metro emergency personnel were dispatched to a Glen Abbey Boulevard address in response to a threatened suicide. On arrival, police found the victim who said she had been having suicidal thoughts. The victim was transported by Rural/Metro to Parkwest Medical Center.

• Aug. 4: A Federal Boulevard woman reported to police that her car had been burglarized while parked at her church in the 11000 block of Kingston Pike. The woman said that when she returned to her vehicle following church service she found her window broken out and her “World’s Fair” bag full of receipts missing.

• Aug. 4: Police were notified by a Farragut O’Charley’s restaurant worker that her purse had been stolen from her vehicle while she was at work.

• Aug. 4: Police were notified by a Farragut O’Charley’s restaurant worker that her vehicle had been vandalized by keying while she was at work. A note was left on the windshield with a telephone number (see Virginia resident report).

• Aug. 4: A Woodboro Lane resident reported to police that the back windshield of his vehicle had been broken out while it was parked at the Regal Cinemas in Farragut.

• Aug. 5: A Virginia resident reported to police that her car had been vandalized while parked in a Farragut Commons residence garage. The victim stated she opened the garage door and found a letter on the windshield. The victim then noticed her vehicle had been keyed from front to back.

• Aug. 6: A Cedar Bark Court resident reported to police that his vehicle had been burglarized while parked at the Saddle Ridge subdivision pool house.

• Aug. 6: While responding to the a vehicle burglary in Saddle Ridge subdivision, officers were approached by a complainant who advised them that the pool had been vandalized during the night. The complainant said that bricks and pool furniture had been thrown into the pool. Officers noted that bricks had been removed from fence pillars surrounding the pool.

• Aug. 6: A Phoenix, Ariz., man reported to police that his tractor-trailer rig had been stolen while parked at a Watt Road fueling center. The truck was listed on the National Crime Information Center network. The truck was recovered by police in Oneida.

• Aug. 6: A Farlow Drive resident reported to police that his neighbor had allegedly cut two gaps in his fence measuring 4-feet each.

• Aug. 7: Police responded to a burglary call at a business in the 10000 block of Parkside Drive. On arrival, officers were told that the vending machines in the business cafeteria had been broken into.

• Aug. 8: A Lanesborough Way woman reported to police that she was being harassed by her ex-husband. The victim met officers at the BP fueling station on Campbell Station Road. The victim told officers that the suspect was in town from Mississippi and was seen by her house, then at a carwash near her house and had driven by the BP station while she waited on police. The victim was advised of her rights.

• Aug. 10: Police were advised by U.S. Cleaners that the business had been burglarized during the night. Entry was made by breaking out the front glass of the business.

• Aug. 9: A complainant at the Phillips 66 fueling station on Campbell Station Road in Farragut reported the theft four 18-pack beer packs from the store’s cooler by one of four suspects who left the scene in a gray station wagon. Officers were supplied with the suspects’ license plate number.

• Aug 9: Police arrested a worker at the Flying J truck stop for one count of felony theft after the complainant, the store manager, produced a signed confession and video tape allegedly documenting the theft of $600 from the business.

• Aug. 9: Police are investigating an incident that left an East Ashton Court man unconscious following a bicycle mishap. The complainant, the victim’s wife, stated the mishap occurred while her husband was riding his bicycle on East Ashton Court near Andover Aug. 6. The victim was transported to UT Medical Center by Rural/Metro ambulance service.

• Aug. 10: Police were advised by the proprietor of Prestige Shoe Repair on Kingston Pike that a suspect had burglarized the business. The complainant stated that the suspect had thrown a rock through the front glass door to gain entry. Missing was the business’ cash register.

• Aug. 10: A Lost Tree Lane resident reported to police that the rear bumper on his Jeep Cherokee had been damaged. The victim stated that he did not know when, where or how the damage had occurred.

• Aug. 10: An Everett Road resident reported to police that someone had cut the lock on his out building and taken his lawn mower.

• Aug. 10: An Oak Ridge woman advised police that her Honda vehicle was damaged when rock being carried by a town of Farragut tractor was allegedly dropped onto Campbell Station Road. The victim was following the tractor and stated that she could not avoid hitting the rock. Her vehicle was towed to West Side Honda.

• Aug. 10: Police responded to Comet Cleaners in Farragut in response to a burglary call. On arrival, officers were told by the complainant that when he arrived at the business he noticed the front glass door was broken. Missing was the business computer and cash drawer.

• Aug. 11: An Andover Boulevard resident reported to police that her vehicle tire had been slashed and three slices of bologna were laid on the hood of her vehicle.

• Aug. 11: A Chawing Drive resident reported to police that someone had stolen her wallet out of her purse while she was shopping in the Bi-Lo store in Farragut. The victim stated that her purse was in the cart when one suspect distracted her and another took the wallet. Police were advised by the store manager that video tape was available of the incident.

• Aug 11: A worker at Blue Ridge Mountain Sports reported to police that a $100 pair of sandals had been stolen from the business. The complainant stated that the suspect entered the business and looked at shoes for about 10 minutes. The suspect was approached by a store staff member. Later, after the suspect left the store, the sandals were discovered missing and the box containing the shoes had the suspect’s old shoes inside.

• Aug. 12: Police were called to a Lawton Boulevard address in response to a domestic disturbance. On arrival, officers were told by the victim that she was asleep when the suspect came to her residence, came into her bedroom and pulled her from her bed. The suspect allegedly drug her into the garage yelling and screaming at her. The victim stated the suspect threw her out of the garage and she landed on the driveway. The suspect then got into his vehicle and as he was backing out of the garage, struck the victim with his vehicle, knocking her to the ground. The suspect then left the residence. Rural/Metro Emergency Medical Service responded and checked the victim, who refused further treatment. The suspect is the victim’s live-in boyfriend.

• Aug. 12: Police were placed on stand-by while a Finch Road man and a River Breeze Lane woman changed custody of children.

• Aug. 12: A Sailview Road resident reported to police that sometime during the night someone had broken into his company vehicle, which was parked in his home’s driveway, and taken his wallet. The victim stated that he found his wallet beside Turkey Creek Road with its contents missing. Entry was gained by breaking out a window.

 

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