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• Dec. 24: An E. Boring Road resident advised that sometime between 6 p.m. on Dec. 23 and (unclear time) Dec. 24, an unknown suspect came to the victim’s residence and took property without knowledge or consent of the victim. Attempted entry made into garage window that was blocked by a shelf. Suspect then entered through the front window into the living room. Lock on window was forced open on both windows. Items taken included clothing valued at $150. Total value of items taken was $310.

• Dec. 24: A Willingham Drive resident advised that she left a toy train set, valued at $550, at the UPS Mailing Center, Kingston Pike, to be delivered but the items were never delivered.

• Dec. 27: A Williams Ferry Road resident advised that the suspect, her husband, came to her place of employment at Kingston Pike and got into an argument over an on-going divorce. Suspect then kicked the complainant’s car, damaging door and fender.

• Dec. 27: A Kingston Pike resident advised at 9 a.m. that he was receiving harassing phone calls from the suspect, a former employee of the victim. The suspect was upset (about) his unemployment benefits.

• Dec 28: Officers responded to a harassment incident at a Georgetown Drive residence. Victim stated that on Dec. 27 at approximately 10:30 p.m. she left work at Aubrey’s restaurant, traveling west on Kingston pike when she noticed a silver vehicle following her. Victim drove around attempting to lose the suspect, but the suspect followed the victim home and drove past victim’s house when she pulled into her driveway. Suspect then left subdivision.

• Dec. 28: An employee at Petro’s Fueling Center, Watt Road, advised that an unknown suspect pumped $16.43 worth of gas and drove off without paying. The complainant could only advise that the suspect was in a white car.

• Dec. 28: A possible natural adult death of an elderly female was reported at a Pony Express Drive residence at approximately 6:29 p.m. The complainant, the victim’s daughter, stated she and her husband came to her mother’s residence to see her. Complainant stated they had a key to the residence so they let themselves in. Complainant advised that she found the victim lying on the floor next to her bed not breathing. Rural/Metro responded to the scene and pronounced the victim dead. The victim had a history of medical problems, including high blood pressure, and was recently treated for a chronic staff infection in her foot. The victim also had a heart attack in 1998, and was recently taking several medications. She was also a chronic smoker.

• Dec. 29: A Campbell Station Road resident reported a burglary. The victim came home and found that his house had been broken into. No leads on a suspect at the time of the report. A red truck was seen leaving the victim’s driveway by a neighbor. Items taken included a shotgun valued at $400, ammunition ($600) and $500 in cash.

• Dec. 29: A Summercrest Way resident reported an auto accident on Midhurst Drive. The suspect’s vehicle backed up and hit the victim’s vehicle that was parked behind the suspect’s vehicle. The crash took place in a driveway.

• Dec. 29: A Kingston Pike resident reported that he lost the license plate off his vehicle.

• Dec. 29: Officers responded to a vandalism call at a Watt Road residence. When officers arrived the suspect was not present. The victim stated that someone had thrown a rock into the front window of the residence, landing in a bedroom. No one was in the bedroom at the time. This is the third time (in 2004) that this incident had occurred. X-ray was called to the residence to process the scene. The suspect has been known to vandalize the victim’s residence. The window was valued at approximately $300.

 

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