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• Sept. 6: A Fretz Road man reported to police that during the night a motorist had used his driveway in which to turn around a vehicle. The next morning the victim noticed that his vehicle had been damaged.

• Sept. 7: Police were dispatched to Watt Road and I-40 in response to a vehicle crash. The crash involved a woman who allegedly had overdosed on pills and a Loudon driver. See next report.

• Sept. 7: A Seattle Slew Lane woman was arrested by Knox County Sheriff’s deputies after officers arrived at the scene of an auto accident at Watt Road and I-40. As the investigating officer pulled up to the scene, the suspect backed her Jeep Cherokee into the police cruiser causing minor damage. The suspect was given a field sobriety examination and was taken into custody for driving under the influence.

• Sept. 8: Police were dispatched to the Shell [sic] convenience store on Campbell Station Road after receiving a report that a motorist had run his vehicle into the building. Officers reported that the driver, an Oklahoma man, turned too sharply while trying to drive behind the building and ran the truck into the structure.

• Sept. 9: A Flotilla Drive man called police and reported that his wife and daughter were missing. The complainant stated that he went to the store on Monday morning and upon returning to his home discovered that his wife and daughter were both gone. The complainant advised police that he had spoken to his wife on a cell phone and she allegedly told him that the two were OK and would get back with him later.

• Sept. 9: A Flotilla Drive man called police for a stand-by while he went to his stepmother’s residence to pick up his daughter.

• Sept. 10: A Midhurst Drive man reported to police that his vehicle had been vandalized. The man stated he had parked his vehicle in front of a residence on Farragut Hills Boulevard to go to a garage sale. Upon returning to his vehicle he discovered two small children throwing rocks at his vehicle. The victim stated he attempted to speak to the children’s mother at the time but she would not speak with him.

• Sept. 10: Police were called to Farragut Intermediate School parking lot after a Lawton Boulevard woman reported that her vehicle had been burglarized while parked near the circle park and pickup area. The victim stated that when she returned to her vehicle she discovered that a backpack, which she used as a pocketbook, was missing from the vehicle. The victim stated that the back window of the vehicle had been left open.

• Sept. 10: A woman at a Commodore Lane address called police when a suspect attempted to use a garage door opener to gain entry to her residence. The victim told police that she had an order of protection against the suspect and that she suspected it was he who had attempted to get into the property. The victim stated that she had locked the garage doors and thus thwarted the attempted entry. Officers were unable at the time of the incident to determine whether the order calling for no contact had been served to the suspect.

• Sept. 11: A worker at the Pilot convenience store on Campbell Station Road reported to police that a suspect driving a pickup truck pumped two gallons of fuel into the tank of a John Deere lawnmower that was in the bed of the truck. The complainant stated he yelled at the suspect that he didn’t pay for the fuel, but the suspect got into his truck and left anyway.

• Sept. 12: Police were advised by a Wardley Road woman that she had received a harassing telephone call from what she suspected were Farragut Middle School students. The victim stated the suspect allegedly called her “a big, fat b—-h,” and used other expletives common to the “South Park” characters. The victim was given instructions on how to legally deal with the situation.

• Sept. 12: A Dineen Drive man reported to police that he was confronted by a suspect in the parking lot of Wal-Mart on Parkside Drive. The victim stated the suspect asked him what was he trying to do to him. The suspect then allegedly stated that he was going to cause him harm and that if he saw the victim or his girlfriend, a witness to this incident, riding down the road that someone would bust out the windows on his vehicle with a baseball bat.

 

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