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• Oct. 12: A South Williamsburg Circle resident reported to police that her residence had been burglarized. The victim stated that upon returning to her home in the afternoon she found that the door had been forced open.

• Oct. 12: A Sonja Drive resident reported to police that she had received a telephone call from a Kingsport business indicating the business had received a check written on the victim’s checking account. Upon investigation, the victim discovered that approximately 30 checks were missing from her home and some had been used at area businesses.

• Oct. 13: Police were advised by personnel at the new First Tennessee Bank on Parkside Drive that its night deposit box had been vandalized. Bank officials stated that a suspect had dropped coins into the box jamming the tumblers. Police noted that Home Federal Bank had a similar incident.

• Oct. 13: An assistant principal at Farragut High School alerted police that five of its Dell laptop computers were missing from the school’s mobile computer lab. Police were told the computer cart was in the science wing of the school when the computers were discovered missing. The complainant advised that the computers, along with their individual power supplies, were missing, which, according to the complainant, would take a considerable amount of time to disconnect. The value of the loss was $4,500.

• Oct. 14: A worker at the BP convenience store on Campbell Station Road reported the theft of $23.08 in fuel.

• Oct. 14: Police were advised by an assistant principal at Farragut High School that a sixth laptop computer was discovered to be missing and to update a previous report.

• Oct. 15: A Florida man reported to police that the trailer from his tractor-trailer rig had been stolen from the lot of the Flying J truck stop while the driver was having his truck serviced at a local maintenance shop. The driver stated he dropped the trailer and upon returning discovered it missing.

• Oct. 15: Police were advised by Miami, Fla., police that a trailer reported missing from a Watt Road truck stop had been located in Miami.

• Oct. 15: Police arrested a Lenoir City man after receiving a report that the suspect allegedly cashed a check stolen from the mail box of another Lenoir City man.

• Oct. 16: A Glen Iris Lane woman reported to police that a suspect had painted a streak down the passenger side of the vehicle her son drives. The victim told police she suspected her son’s ex-girlfriend, who had allegedly made threats.

• Oct. 16: A representative of the Kohl’s department store in Farragut reported to police that a suspect had allegedly placed Kohl’s merchandise into a bag the suspect was carrying, ran from the store, jumped into a waiting vehicle and fled from the parking lot. The witness stated that the escape vehicle was parked in front of the store with the motor running.

• Oct. 16: A worker at the Shell convenience store on Campbell Station Road reported the theft of $20.01 in fuel.

• Oct. 16: An Autumn Leaves Lane resident reported to police that upon returning to his home in the evening, he discovered that a door handle had been broken off a door and that a window to a back bedroom had been broken out. The victim reported that there was no apparent entry to the home.

• Oct. 16: A Maryville woman reported to police that while patronizing the Cotton Eyed Joe club on Outlets Drive, someone broke out the rear passenger-side window of her vehicle and stole her purse and wallet.

• Oct. 16: Two Seymour women reported to police that their purses had been stolen from their vehicle while parked at the Cotton Eyed Joe club. Entry was made by breaking out a read passenger-side window.

• Oct. 17: Police were dispatched to a North Watt Road site to investigate a vehicle accident. There were no injuries.

• Oct. 17: An Easter Drive couple reported to police that $1,255 and a cellular telephone were taken from their unlocked car that was parked at the Regal Cinemas in Farragut.

• Oct. 17: Police were called to a Farragut Commons Drive address in response to a domestic matter. On arrival, officers were told that the victim and the suspect had gotten into a verbal argument that had escalated into a shoving match. There were no signs indicating the primary aggressor.

• Oct. 17: Police were dispatched to a Yarnell Road address in response to a domestic disturbance call. On arrival, police were told that the victim and the suspect had been drinking beer most of the evening and that an argument erupted when the suspect tried to leave and the victim attempted to stop her from driving while intoxicated.

• Oct. 17: A worker at a Campbell Station Road restaurant reported to police that her vehicle had been keyed while parked at the business.

• Oct. 17: A worker at a Campbell Station Road restaurant reported to police that her car had been keyed while she was a work.

• Oct. 17: A worker at the BP fueling center on Watt Road reported the theft of $24.43 in fuel.

• Oct. 18: A worker at the Conoco Pilot on Campbell Station Road reported the theft of $10.09 in fuel.

• Oct. 18: A Farragut High School student reported to police that he had lost his wallet.

• Oct. 18: An Amberset Drive woman reported to police that her neighbor continually trespasses on her property after being told by the victim to keep off. The victim also reported to police that her wind chime had been vandalized and that her other neighbor had told her the suspect had admitted to vandalizing the property because he didn’t like wind chimes.

• Oct. 19: Police recovered one of five computers listed as stolen from Farragut High School in the truck of a Red Canyon Road youth. The suspect allowed officers to search his vehicle after being questioned as a suspect in the theft.

• Oct. 19: An Orchard Crossing Lane man reported to police that his wife had become intoxicated and that a verbal argument had ensued. The victim stated that he was home all day due to illness and that his wife had stayed to help him. The victim said his wife had been drinking and a short argument erupted. The couple separated, one staying upstairs and the other downstairs.

• Oct. 20: A Lenoir City man reported to police that his vehicle had been stolen from his fiancé’s residence in Farragut Park.

• Oct. 20: Police were called to St. John Neumann Church after a complainant reported a suspect had exposed himself in the church’s adoration chapel. The complainant stated that the suspect entered the chapel through a entrance that required a security code. The victim stated the suspect allegedly entered the prayer room and sat at the back of the room. The suspect changed seats several times until he was in the front of the prayer room. The complainant said the suspect proceeded to get on his knees in what would be described as a praying position. At this time, the complainant said, the suspect lowered his pants, raised his shirt and began a lude act. The complainant stated she immediately asked the suspect to leave. The suspect apologized and left. The complainant stated she believes the suspect to be a member of the church since he entered with a valid security code.

 

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