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• Sept. 6: Police advised a Pecos Road man that his allegedly stolen vehicle had been found and that an arrest had been made. The vehicle was returned to the owner.

• Sept. 9: A Canton Hollow Road resident reported to police that her vehicle had been struck and damaged while parked by the Kroger store on Middlebrook Pike.

• Sept. 13: A Lawton Boulevard woman reported to police that her home had been burglarized. The woman stated that upon arriving at her home, she discovered the garage door and the back door to the residence standing open. Upon entering the residence she discovered every closet door, drawer and cabinet door open. The victim stated she is going through a “nasty” separation with the suspect.

• Sept. 14: A Franklin man and a Nashville man reported to police that two laptop computers and a briefcase, among other items, were missing from one of the victims’ cars, which was parked at a Farragut golf course while the pair played a round of golf. The missing items totaled more than $2,500 in loss.

• Sept. 14: A Lenoir City man reported to police that he was attacked while driving on Boyd’s Station Road by a road rager. The victim stated that while driving on Boyd’s Station he came upon some machinery on the road and was waved around it by a witness to the event. The victim stated that the suspect became angry and jumped out of his vehicle, reached through the victim’s vehicle window, grabbed the victim’s shirt, ripping it and leaving marks on the victim’s chest. The suspect then spit in the victim’s face and fled the scene.

• Sept. 14: A Chattanooga woman reported to police that her vehicle had been damaged while parked at Mayor Bob Leonard Park on Watt Road by the driver of another vehicle. The woman stated that she had been at the park attending a sports event and when she returned to her motel discovered the damage.

• Sept. 15: A Finch Road woman reported to police that her vehicle had been burglarized while at her residence. The victim stated that the suspect broke out the front passenger-side window of the vehicle to gain entry. More than $1,200 in property and damage were reported.

• Sept. 15: A Way Station Trail man reported to police that he had received a telephone call from a Wentworth subdivision resident stating that she had found his briefcase lying in her front yard. The complainant stated he went outside and saw that the vehicle’s driver-side window had been broken out. The victim recovered the briefcase.

• Sept. 15: A Farragut Commons subdivision resident reported to police that she had received a telephone call during which the caller never spoke but played what appeared to be a pornographic movie in the background. The victim reported dialing *69 and the report coming back that the origin of the telephone call was private.

• Sept. 16: A worker at the BP fueling station on Watt Road reported the theft of $33.64 in fuel.

• Sept. 16: The assistant manager of the Dollar Store in Farragut reported to police that a suspect entered the store and picked up two DVD players and exited the store without paying for them. The complainant stated that the suspect was on video but could not release the tape to officers.

• Sept. 16: A complainant at the Unique Nails business in Farragut reported to police that the business had been burglarized. The rear door of the business had been forced open and money was missing.

• Sept. 16: A worker at the Conoco/Pilot on Campbell Station Road reported the theft of $30.18 in fuel.

• Sept. 16: The owner of the Cotton Eyed Joe club on Outlets Drive reported to police that he and an employee had been assaulted by a two patrons while evicting them from the establishment. The complainant stated he had overheard the first suspect cursing at a club waitress and asked him to leave. The complainant and an employee were escorting the suspects out when the first suspect turned and punched the complainant in the mouth with his fist. A scuffle ensued that included the second suspect.

























































• Sept. 17: A Trowbridge Lane resident reported to police that his vehicle had been burglarized. Missing from the vehicle were clothes and a fake alarm system.

• Sept. 18: Police were called to the intersection of Peterson Road and Kingston Pike to investigate an auto accident. Police were told that the driver of the first vehicle stopped her vehicle on Peterson Road to allow bicyclists to pass and was struck by the vehicle driven by the second driver in the rear.

• Sept. 18: A Brochardt Boulevard resident reported to police that someone had broken into her home and stolen her washer and dryer.

• Sept. 18: A Livingston truck driver reported to police that he had been robbed. The victim stated that he had met the woman at the T.A. truck stop on Watt Road. The victim stated that after an evening out, the two rented a room at the Comfort Suites motel. The next morning the victim discovered the woman gone along with his wallet and $300.

• Sept. 19: An Old Connell Drive man reported the theft of a Honda lawnmower valued at more than $8,000 from the backyard of an address in the 11000 block of Kingston Pike.

• Sept. 19: A Comblain Road resident reported the burglary of a vehicle parked at the victim’s residence. Among the missing items from the van were a plasma TV and a DVD player.

• Sept. 19: Police were called to the Oskie’s restaurant in Farragut after receiving an assault call. On arrival officers were told by the victim and a witness that the victim was commenting out loud about being called into work. The victim stated the suspect heard her remarks and made a derogatory remark to which the victim made a derogatory remark. The suspect then allegedly attacked the victim, striking her multiple times about the upper body until the witness stepped in and broke up the fight.

 

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