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• Nov. 1: A worker for Grayson Masonary reported to police that a concrete mixer was taken from a job site on Laurel Brook Drive in the Rockwell Farms subdivision.

• Nov. 2: Police were called to the Finish Line car wash in response to an alleged verbal threat. On arrival, police were told by the victim that the suspect, a former co-worker, was upset because two of his friends were dismissed from their jobs. The victim added that the suspect allegedly believed the victim and her husband were to blame. The suspect, in front of a witness, allegedly came to the victim’s place of work and threatened to shoot up her house.

• Nov. 3: A Farragut Commons resident reported to police that her vehicle was damaged while she was driving on I-40. The victim stated that a Mayflower moving company tractor-trailer allegedly swerved into her lane of travel and damaged her driver’s-side rear view mirror.

• Nov. 4: A Hickory Trail woman reported to police that her vehicle was struck by a vehicle driven by an unknown suspect near the Campbell Station Road/I-40 interchange at approximately 9 p.m. The victim told police that the vehicle did not have its lights on, and after striking the victim’s vehicle did not stop. The victim said the suspect’s vehicle was a police-type car, possibly a Ford Crown Victoria.

• Nov. 4: Police were dispatched to the principal’s office at Farragut High School when school officials discovered a VCR/DVD combination player was missing from a classroom in the green wing. School officials said the equipment was attached to a TV, but had been disconnected.

• Nov. 5: A worker at the Tuesday Morning store in Farragut reported to police that a storage trailer at the rear of the business had been burglarized. The witness stated he discovered the theft when he went to get some merchandise, which was stored in the trailer, and found the doors unsecure and the padlock missing. The witness further stated that he was the last person in the trailer on Nov. 3.

• Nov. 6: Police were dispatched to David’s Abbey Carpet on Kingston Pike in response to a report of a burning flag. On arrival, police found the large American flag that flies above the business on fire. Rural/Metro Fire Department was dispatched to extinguish the blaze. (See full story in the farragutpress Nov. 11 issue.)


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