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• Oct. 6: Officers were called to a North Campbell Station Road address in response to a fight. Responding officers reported both the complainant and suspect stated they were involved in a verbal argument and it escalated into a physical altercation. The complainant stated that the suspect struck her in the face. The suspect stated he did not strike the complainant but that he was struck by a third party. Officers did observe a mark on the complainant’s face and the suspect had a bloody nose. Both parties refused to prosecute and were separated.

• Oct. 6: Police were dispatched to Campbell Station Road to investigate an automobile accident. The driver of vehicle one stated that she was northbound on Campbell Station Road when the driver of vehicle two came into her lane and impacted vehicle one. The driver of vehicle one stated that the driver of vehicle two also was northbound and came over and sideswiped her vehicle. The driver of vehicle two stated that the driver of vehicle one had done the same to her.

• Oct. 6: A worker at the Petro’s fueling center on Watt Road reported to police that a suspect entered the business and allegedly picked up two Sirius satellite radios and left the store without paying for them. The value of the two radios is in excess of $250.

• Oct. 7: A construction firm reported to police that several tools and other items were taken from a work site on Farmhouse Drive in Farragut allegedly by the occupants of a van.

• Oct. 7: Police were dispatched to a Kingsgate residence in response to a suicide report. On arrival, officers found that the resident had what appeared to be a self-inflicted wound to the head. The victim was transported to forensics.

• Oct. 7: Police arrested a Peachview Drive man and charged him with carrying a handgun with the intent to go armed. The arrest stemmed from a “man with a gun call” the Sheriff’s Department received at Clear Ridge and Walnut Branch drives in the Walnut Grove subdivision. The complainant told police that the arrestee had been walking his two large dogs through the neighborhood for several days. The arrestee was allowing his dogs to go onto residents’ yards and defecate. The complainant stated the dogs also would dig up plants in the yards. The complainant stated that he and several others approached the arrestee and confronted his action. This led to the suspect to start wearing a Ruger .44 Magnum on his side while walking his dogs. The arrestee does not live in the same subdivision as the complainant and has to walk some distance to get there, officers reported. The arrestee stated that he wore the firearm to intimidate the residents. Along with the arrest, the arrestee was given a verbal warning by the arresting officer to stay out of the Walnut Grove subdivision or he will be arrested for criminal trespass. The Walnut Grove Homeowners’ Association stated it would send a registered letter to the arrestee and the Sheriff’ Department notifying him that he is now on a “no trespass” list for the subdivision. The arrestee’s weapon was confiscated and will be held for trial.

• Oct. 7: A Lenoir City woman reported to police that her wallet was stolen from her purse while she was at work at a Parkside Drive business.

• Oct. 8: A Big Oak Lane resident reported to police that windows on two vehicles at the residence had the windows broken out. There was no sign of entry to either vehicle.

• Oct. 8: A Pecos Road resident reported that the windows of her vehicle had been broken out during the night and her purse and its contents had been taken.

• Oct. 8: A Big Oak Lane resident reported to police that his vehicle window had been broken out. There was no apparent entry into the vehicle.

• Oct. 8: Police were called to the Cotton Eyed Joe club on Outlets Drive in response to a vandalism call. On arrival, officers were told by the victim that a suspect had scratched “whore” on the hood of her vehicle and made other scratches on the driver’s door. A witness told police that he saw the suspect scratching the vehicle and asked her what she was doing. The witness stated that the suspect fled in a vehicle. The witness provided police with the description and license plate number of the suspect’s vehicle. The victim identified the vehicle as belonging to an Oak Ridge woman.

• Oct. 8: A Kingston woman reported to police that a Kingston man ran over her foot with his vehicle following a verbal argument at the TA fueling center on Watt Road. The victim stated she had gone to the business to speak to her husband, an employee, and the suspect, a roommate, entered and the argument began. The woman stated she followed the suspect out to his car continuing the argument. When the suspect attempted to leave the victim’s foot was injured. The victim was treated at the University of Tennessee Medical Center.

• Oct. 11: A Concord Farms Drive resident reported to police that the windows on his vehicle had been broken out. Missing was a video system.

• Oct. 11: Police arrested an East Oklahoma Avenue man in connection with credit card fraud involving an Outlets Drive business. The complainant stated the arrestee used the business’ credit card to make unauthorized purchases for $474.14 at a local sporting goods store.

• Oct. 11: A Spinnaker Road resident reported to police that the windows of his SUV had been broken out during the night. Missing were a pair of tennis shoes and some picture frames.

• Oct. 12: A worker at the Shell convenience store on Campbell Station Road reported the theft of two cases of beer. The complainant stated the suspect came into the store, picked up the two cases of beer and immediately fled the store into an awaiting vehicle.

• Oct. 12: A worker at the Petro’s fueling station on Watt Road notified police of the theft of $12.95 in fuel.

• Oct. 12: A South Williamsburg Drive woman reported to police that she had encountered a burglar in her home. The complainant stated that upon returning to her home she observed a shadowy figure in her hallway. After turning on the lights in the residence, she discovered that the front door had been forced open.

 

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