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• Oct. 29: Police were dispatched to the Pilot convenience store on North Campbell Station Road in response to an armed robbery. On arrival, police were told by the victim that two men entered the store and purchased cigarettes and then placed another item on the counter for purchase. At this time one of the suspects pointed a black revolver at the victim, then reached across the counter and took approximately $200 from the register. The suspects then ordered the victim into the restroom and fled in a white Pontiac Grand Prix.

• Nov. 4: Police reported that a fire at a North Campbell Station mobile home was being investigated as a suspected arson. The occupants of the home were not at home at the time of the fire. The fire was discovered by a next-door neighbor and was contained to the middle portion of the home by Rural/Metro Fire Department. Evidence of a set fire was discovered and this case is currently being investigated by the Fire Investigation Unit.

• Nov. 5: The occupant of a mobile home on North Campbell Station Road that was allegedly set on fire Nov. 4 (See previous entry) reported to police that some items were missing from the residence. The victim told police that she believes a neighbor allegedly entered her mobile home through an unlocked door. The victim stated she confronted the suspect Nov. 4.

• Nov. 5: A South Williamsburg Road woman reported to police the theft of a DVD player from the home. The victim stated that about two weeks prior, two men stayed at her residence. The next morning the victim discovered that DVD player to be missing. The victim told police that she had made attempts to recover the property from a named suspect but was only met with sarcastic responses.

• Nov. 8: A worker at the U-Haul store in Farragut reported the theft of a truck and two trailers from the business.

• Nov. 8: A worker at a Farragut Weigel’s Farm Store reported to police that a suspect entered the business and asked the complainant if he remembered the suspect. The suspect stated he had a gun and would be back to make sure the complainant remembered him.

• Nov. 8: A Russfield Drive man reported to police that an unknown suspect hit the side of his vehicle while he was westbound on Middlebrook Pike near Cedar Bluff.

• Nov. 9: The manager at Regal Cinemas in Farragut reported to police that a crew from a Rockwood tree service was seen dumping logs behind the business without permission of the theater owners or the property owners.

• Nov. 9: A worker at the Petro’s fueling station on Watt Road reported the theft of $20 of fuel.

• Nov. 9: A worker at the Wok ’n Roll located in the 11000 block of Kingston Pike reported to police that during the night a suspect had forced open the rear door of the business and taken $100 from the petty cash box.

• Nov. 9: A Gates Mill Drive man reported to police that four business checks he had not written had cleared his bank. The four checks were discovered to have been written in Middle Tennessee around the Nashville area. The checks were counterfeit.

• Nov. 11: Police were advised that a Coca-Cola vending machine that was located in the 11000 block of Kingston Pike had been burglarized.

• Nov. 11: Police were dispatched to the Cotton Eyed Joe club on Outlets Drive in response to a simple assault call. On arrival, police found the victim waiting outside the club with an apparent injury to the right side of his face. The victim told police that he was jumped by two men in the bathroom. Officers reported the victim gave few details but remembered having his head kicked into the toilet. The victim was transported to Baptist West emergency.

• Nov. 11: A West Kingsgate woman reported to police that her ATM card had been compromised and that someone had taken more than $1,500 from her bank accounts.

• Nov. 12: A worker at the Shell convenience store on North Campbell Station Road reported the theft of $50.01 in fuel.

• Nov. 12: A Loudon woman reported to police that she had received 20 to 25 harassing telephone calls at her Farragut place of employment. The victim reported the caller is using vulgar and obscene language.

• Nov. 13: A worker at the BP fueling station on Watt Road reported the theft of $18.47 in fuel.

• Nov. 13: A West Kingsgate Road man reported to police that his home had been burglarized and that approximately $10,000 in property had been taken.

• Nov. 13: A worker at the Pilot convenience store on North Campbell Station Road reported to police that a suspect had come into the store and left with about 20 packs of cigars without paying for them.

• Nov. 15: Police were dispatched to an Oran Road address in response to a domestic dispute. On arrival, officers were told by the victim that the suspect had come over to her residence to get some clothes and an argument ensued. The victim stated the suspect allegedly grabbed her by the shoulder and held her down on the bed until she struck the suspect. The suspect told police that when he arrived at the residence the victim began the argument and struck him in the face. Officers observed that both parties had been drinking and were not able to determine the primary aggressor.

• Nov. 15: A Powell woman reported to police that the driver of a Ford pickup truck backed his truck into her vehicle that was parked at the Ruby Tuesdays restaurant on Lovell Road and left the scene. Restaurant surveillance cameras recorded the incident and the truck owner’s name was retrieved from a credit card receipt.

• Nov. 15: A Shadowfox Road man reported to police that his vehicle had been burglarized. Missing was a black, leather tote bag. Entry to the locked vehicle was made by breaking out a window.

• Nov. 16: A Kingston woman reported to police that a man wearing an orange fleece top and tan pants exposed himself to her while she was at a West End Avenue business. The woman stated the man then began to relieve himself in front of her vehicle.

 

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