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• Sept. 27: A Brochardt Boulevard resident reported to police that she suspected an employee of her maid service of the theft of two watches valued at $115.

• Sept. 29: A worker at the KenJo market on Campbell Station Road reported the theft of $22 in fuel.

• Sept 29: A Sonja Drive resident reported to police that a FedEx package containing prescription medicine had been stolen from his residence. FedEx officials responded, noting their records indicated the package was left with a neighbor.

• Sept. 29: Police were dispatched to a Campbell Station Road pay phone in response to a bomb threat at Bearden High School. Officers were sent to the phone as the source that the suspect used to make the call to the school. Several partial finger prints were taken from the phone.

• Sept. 29: A North Fox Den Drive resident was advised by police that the management of a local car rental company had recovered his “Glock” handgun that the resident had apparently left in the vehicle upon returning it. The handgun was taken to KCSD property department.

• Sept. 29: A Lanesborough resident reported to police that his vehicle license plate was missing.

• Oct. 1: An Evans Road man reported the loss of his vehicle license plate.

• Oct. 1: A Highvue Drive resident reported to police that a burglar had gained entry to his home through a screened porch. The burglar had apparently opened a kitchen cabinet and examined its contents.

• Oct. 2: Police were dispatched to the Cotton Eyed Joe club on Outlets Drive in response to a fight between two female patrons. The suspect told police that she punched out the victim because she thought the victim was going to hit her.

• Oct. 2: Police were dispatched to the O’Charley’s restaurant in Farragut following a complaint by a worker that more than $2,500 was missing from a locked cash drawer. Officers could find no signs of forced entry. The complainant also stated that her check card and check book also were missing from her purse.

• Oct. 2: A worker at a Farragut health care facility reported to police that she had discovered her wallet was missing from her locker at work. The victim stated that a fellow employee brought her the wallet and stated she had found it. Money was missing from the wallet.

• Oct. 3: A worker at the Pilot on Campbell Station Road reported the theft of $18 in fuel.

• Oct. 3: A Knoxville woman reported to police that her purse had been stolen while she was a patron at the Cotton Eyed Joe club on Outlets Drive.

• Oct. 4: A worker at the Petro’s fueling station on Watt Road reported the theft of $9 in fuel.

• Oct. 4: A local building contractor reported to police that sometime over the weekend someone had broken out a window of a work vehicle and taken two paint sprayers.

• Oct. 4: An Aronimink Point resident reported the theft of change from his vehicle that was parked in his residence’s carport and the theft of a gas can, which also was stored in the carport.

• Oct. 5: A worker at the Weigel’s Farm Store at Smith Road reported to police that a shoplifting suspect that the victim had confronted in the business parking lot struck her with his car door and then with the front fender of his vehicle as he fled the scene. The victim stated she followed the suspect out to his car after observing him remove a product from its carton and conceal it, then exit the store without paying for it. The suspect allegedly told the victim that he would hit her with his car if she did not move.

 

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