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• Nov. 17: Representatives of TDS Telecom and Lenoir City Utilities Board reported to police that the driver of a truck near a Dutchtown Road address had damaged their shared utility pole after striking a wire connected to the pole with the truck.

• Nov. 19: A Nashville woman reported to police that while visiting a Cavette Hill Lane resident she discovered the woman’s wedding set missing. The complainant stated she looked everywhere for the jewelry and could not find it. The victim could not comment because of illness.

• Nov. 22: A Saddlebrook Drive resident reported to police that her vehicle had been keyed on the back quarter panel while it was parked in a grocery store parking lot in the 11000 block of Kingston Pike in Farragut. A note and telephone number were left on the windshield. When the victim attempted to call the number, the person who answered the telephone disavowed any knowledge of the person named on the note.

• Nov. 22: A worker at Executive Cleaners on Kingston Pike reported to police that the business had been burglarized. Police were told that the front glass of the business had been broken out and a cash drawer damaged.

• Nov. 23: A worker at the KenJo Market on Campbell Station Road reported to police that an Asian man allegedly pumped $15.20 in fuel and left without paying. The worker noted the make, model and license plate number on the vehicle and supplied the information to police. The National Crime Information Center reported the car stolen from a Johnson City man.

• Nov. 23: An Ivy Chase Lane man reported to police that a Moregate Drive man was observed behind the victim’s vehicle in traffic on Kingston Pike. The suspect pulled beside the victim and began making threatening hand gestures toward the victim. The victim stated he has had a lengthy history of harassment from the suspect. The victim is in fear for his and his family’s life.

• Nov. 23: A worker at Personal Touch Cleaners on Kingston Pike reported to police that the front door was unlocked and money was missing from the business when she opened this morning.

• Nov. 23: A worker at the Weigel’s Farm Store near Aspen Square reported to police that a man approached the counter with a Coke for purchase and pulled a large hunting knife from his pocket and demanded all the money from the register. The culprit left he store on foot headed west.

• Nov. 24: A Dundee Road man reported to police that his 2003 Ford Mustang convertible had been vandalized. The victim told police that he suspected his ex-wife had committed the crime since he had observed her in front of his residence making obscene gestures toward him. The car’s top had been slashed.

• Nov. 26: The loss prevention manager at the Kohl’s department store in Farragut reported to police that a Kingston woman was observed removing tags from clothing and attempting to exit the store without paying for them. The suspect, an area credit union teller, was issued a criminal trespass warning.

• Nov. 26: Police responded to an alarm at Comet Cleaners in Farragut. On arrival, officers found the front door lock had been popped out and money missing from the business.

• Nov. 27: A worker at the BP fueling station on Watt Road reported the theft of $40 in fuel by a man driving a Ford F-150 4x4 pickup truck. The worker supplied officers with the license plate number, which came back as registered to another vehicle.


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