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• Dec. 1: Police were called to an East Fox Den Drive address in response to a domestic dispute. On arrival, officers were told by the victim that he and the suspect had gotten into a verbal argument over visitation with their daughter. The suspect allegedly began to hit and kick the victim. The suspect, a Gleason Drive resident, left the scene with the daughter.

• Dec. 1: A Lenoir City woman reported to police that her daughter had left her cellular telephone in the restroom at the Kroger supermarket in Farragut and that the telephone was now missing.

• Dec. 2: A Banbury Road woman reported to police that her son’s cellular telephone was taken from his backpack while he was in gym class at Farragut High School.

• Dec. 2: A Bantry Lane woman reported to police that she was receiving harassing telephone calls from a known suspect. The victim stated that via a lawyer the harassment had stopped from the suspect for a period of about three years. Recently, the harassment has been reengaged. The victim has recordings of the calls and has noted times.

• Dec. 3: An East Fox Den Drive man reported to police that someone had broken into his garage and taken some beer and a checkbook. The victim reported that the bank has advised him that several checks had been written in the Lenoir City area and one at the Food City on Cedar Bluff Road. The victim suspects a man that had helped out around the residence.

• Dec. 3: A North Monticello Drive woman reported to police that someone had opened the unlocked door of her vehicle while it was parked at the residence. Nothing was missing from the vehicle.

• Dec. 3: A Lenoir City woman reported to police that someone had taken her credit card and was using it without her permission. The victim stated that when she discovered the card missing, she also discovered about $60 in cash was gone from her purse.

• Dec. 3: Police were dispatched to the FedEx center on Murdock Drive when a process server complained that the suspect, a FedEx manager, would not let the victim serve a warrant on another employee and ordered the victim off the premises. The suspect told officers that he would not let anyone serve the civil warrant on an employee and refused to give any identification to officers for report.

• Dec. 4: A Jefferson City woman reported to police that her vehicle was missing from the parking lot of the Cotton Eyed Joe club. The victim stated that earlier her son and another person had attempted to get her to leave the club but she refused. The two left and later the victim discovered her car missing.

• Dec. 4: A Riverdell Drive man reported to police that someone had cut through the bowcover of his boat and taken several items valued at about $3,000.

• Dec. 4: A worker at the Kroger supermarket in Farragut reported to police that a suspect had entered the store and taken a DVD player and left the premises without paying for it. The suspect is on video surveillance tape.

• Dec. 4: A principal at a Maynardville school reported to police that her vehicle had been stolen while parked at the Cotton Eyed Joe club on Outlets Drive.

• Dec. 5: A Daylily Road man reported to police that he had lent more than $5,000 to a Flyway Drive woman and she refused to repay the loan. The victim waved officers down at the Flyway Drive address who proceeded to advise the victim of his rights.

• Dec. 5: A Junco Lane woman reported to police that her stepson/suspect had taken property from her residence and sold it to his biological mother without her permission. The suspect resides with the victim.

• Dec. 6: A Maryville College student reported to police that her vehicle had been burglarized while she was patronizing the Cotton Eyed Joe club on Outlets Drive. Missing was the woman’s wallet and Social Security card.

• Dec. 6: A Kingston woman and a Franklin woman reported to police that the Enterprise rental car in which they were traveling had been burglarized while parked at the Cotton Eyed Joe club on Outlets Drive. Missing was a purse, wallet, several credit cards and other items valued at about $700.

• Dec. 6: A Boss Road woman and employee of the Wal-Mart on Parkside Drive reported to police that checks written by two individuals who had been arrested for unlawfully writing checks on her account in the city had now turned up in the county. Knoxville Police advised the woman to file a complaint with the county.

• Dec. 6: A Wartburg man reported to police that a Sevierville woman had come to his job site in Farragut to talk. The victim stated that he feared the woman would injure herself and then claim that he abused her. The suspect stated she only wanted some property belonging to her.

• Dec. 6: A Lawton Boulevard woman reported to police that her ex-boyfriend of approximately 13 years had allegedly cleaned out her checking account without her permission.

• Dec. 7: The pharmacy manager at the Walgreen’s pharmacy on North Campbell Station Road reported to police that a white male, 5-feet-8 tall, 160 pounds, wearing a dark shirt, black leather jacket and dark ball cap, brandished a small pistol and demanded quantities of OxyContin in 20-, 40- and 80-milligram amounts. The suspect took the drugs and fled out the back door.

• Dec. 7: A representative of the U.S. Marine Corps reported to police that several boats belonging to the Corps and stored in a yard (see earlier police report) near Farragut had been burglarized. A total of six boats belonging to the Corps were burglarized.

• Dec. 7: A worker at Concord Cleaners on North Campbell Station Road reported to police that the business had been burglarized during the night. Missing was the cash register drawer with about $20.

• Dec. 7: A worker at the Taco Bell restaurant in Farragut reported the theft of about $2,500 from the store’s safe.

• Dec. 7: A Baltusrol Road woman reported to police that her cat had been attacked in her yard by a large yellow dog causing $350 in veterinarian bills.

• Dec. 8: Police arrested a Lenoir City man after he pulled the emergency brake on the car the victim was driving and of which he was the passenger. The victim told police the couple were traveling westbound on Kingston Pike and had been arguing. The argument escalated resulting in the arrestee engaging the emergency brake causing the vehicle to lock up and slide into the eastbound lane. The victim was four-months pregnant. The suspect was charged with reckless endangerment for placing the victim and other motorists in danger.

• Dec. 8: A Spinnaker Road man was arrested after his roommate reported to police that he had pushed her several times during an argument about his drinking. The victim stated she ran into her room and called police after the pushing incident.

• Dec. 8: A Watt Road woman reported to police that she suspected her nephew had allegedly taken prescription drugs belonging to the victim.

• Dec. 8: A representative of the Coca-Cola Bottling Company reported to police that a vending machine located in front of the Ingle’s supermarket in Farragut had been burglarized. Missing was about $150 in change and damage to the machine was reported to be about $1,500.

• Dec. 8: A representative of the Coca-Cola Bottling Company reported to police that a vending machine located in front of the Dollar General Store had been burglarized. Missing was about $135 in change and damage to the machine was reported to be about $950.

• Dec. 9: A Holderwood Lane man reported to police that checks written from his checking account were being cashed in the Nashville and Memphis area by a Mississippi man without the victim’s consent. A total of nearly $1,500 had been written on the account.

• Dec. 9: A worker at the BP convenience store on North Campbell Station Road reported the theft of $20 in fuel.

• Dec. 10: Police were dispatched to the Kohl’s department store in Farragut after a loss prevention person at the store reported an alleged theft. The complainant stated that two 300-pound suspects came into the store without any merchandise. The male suspect picked up a stuffed animal off the shelf and took the item to customer service. The male suspect stated he wanted to get an even exchange for the item and he had a receipt from Toys-R-Us in his hand. The male suspect used the female suspect’s driver’s license to exchange the item. Both suspects walked out of the store with the merchandise. The complainant confronted the suspects outside the store. The male suspect handed the complainant the merchandise along with the Toys-R-Us receipt and left.

• Dec. 10: Police searched the Kingston Pike area around the Phillips 66 convenience store after a witness told officers that he was in the business to pay for his fuel when he saw the suspects take three six-packs of beer and run out of the store. The complainant chased the suspects and caught the female suspect in the parking lot. He released the female when she started to scream. The complainant stated the female ran into the woods. The complainant stated the suspects had a vehicle waiting for them in the parking lot of the business next door. He stated the suspects left without the female. Officers were unable to locate the female suspect.

• Dec. 10: A worker at the Jiffy Lube reported to police that the business had been burglarized. Entry to the business was gained by forcing open a rear door. About $200 was missing from the cash drawer.

• Dec. 10: A loss prevention person at Kohl’s department store in Farragut reported to police that a suspect picked up several items and fled the store without paying for them.

• Dec. 10: Police were dispatched to a Peterson Road address in response to a domestic dispute. On arrival, officers were told by the victim that she and the suspect had gotten into a verbal argument over finances. The victim stated that when the suspect began raising his voice, she called police.

•Dec. 11: Police were dispatched to a Lost Tree Lane residence after a woman reported an intruder in her home. The victim told police that she heard her alarm chime from a door being opened and went downstairs to investigate. The victim came into her living room and found the suspect standing halfway in the back door. The victim said she screamed and the suspect ran from the home. The victim stated that the door was locked when she went to bed. The victim told police that she has had painters working in her house the past week when she was not home. The victim states the suspect resembled one of the painters that she had a verbal argument with a few days ago.

• Dec. 11: Police responded to a burglar alarm at Campbell Station Wine and Spirits. On arrival, officers found that entry was attempted by breaking into an exhaust vent in the rear of the building. A keyholder to the business advised police that nothing appeared to be missing.

• Dec. 11: A Grigsby Chapel Road woman reported to police that she was receiving harassing telephone calls from her ex-partner, a Fairmont Boulevard woman.

• Dec. 12: A North Watt Road man reported to police that two of his semi trucks parked at a Watt Road fueling center had been burglarized.

 

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