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• Dec. 29: Blaine Construction Corp., Deane Hill Drive, reported a vehicular burglary. Between 6 p.m., Dec. 28, and 6 a.m., Dec. 29, on Parkside Drive, a construction office trailer and two construction tool storage trailers were entered by cutting off padlocks with bolt cutters. The scene was processed for prints but none were found. Items taken — total value approximately $4,760 — included a portable generator valued at $1,300, worm-geared saws ($1,400) and assorted drills and screw guns ($900).

• Dec 30: A Sweet Gum Drive resident advised officers that while his son was driving his vehicle he lost the license plate.

• Dec. 31: An Oran Road resident called 9-1-1 stating she was bipolar and off her medication. She stated she was in an argument with the victim, her husband, and had a knife in her hand. Victim stated he never felt threatened by the suspect. Suspect stated she needed to take her medication. The parties were separated and complainant (also the suspect) left with her mother.

• Dec. 31: Officers responded to the burglary of a vehicle at a Kingston Pike location. The suspect was not at the scene when officers arrived. The victim, a Monticello Drive resident, stated that while she was inside watching a movie someone had broken out the passenger side window of her vehicle in a back parking lot. After watching the movie, the victim returned to her vehicle and found that her window, valued at approximately $300, was broken. Other items taken include a Franklin planner ($100), a briefcase ($150) and a calculator ($150).

• Dec. 31: A Newport, Ky., resident advised that he found the rear driver’s side window on his company vehicle broken out on Weatherly Hills Boulevard. The complainant stated he last knew the vehicle to be undamaged as of Dec. 30. The complainant was unable to advise if anything not obvious was missing from the vehicle. The window was valued at approximately $300.

• Dec. 31: A Weatherly Hills Boulevard resident reported the burglary of his Nissan vehicle with broken glass and items missing, which included a jacket valued at $150 and the window of the vehicle valued at $125.

• Dec. 31: A Harvey Road resident advised that someone ran into her fence causing damage while leaving tire tracks in her yard. The fence is valued at $150.

• Jan. 1: A Cabot Drive resident reported an argument involving alcohol. Victim stated that she and the suspect had been drinking alcoholic beverages and the suspect decided that he and his 11-year-old daughter were going to buy some yogurt. The victim stated that she and the suspect began to argue because the victim was too intoxicated to drive. The victim stated that after they argued, the suspect went away with their daughter.

• Jan. 1: A Pecos Road resident reported a suicide attempt with a cutting instrument and involving an argument. Complainant stated that the suspect came home from hunting and got upset because the house was a mess after a New Year’s Eve party. Complainant and suspect got into an argument, at which time suspect said he wanted to die and cut his face and stomach with glass. Suspect was taken to Parkwest Hospital for medical evaluation.

• Jan. 1: A Fort West Drive resident reported a simple assault. Victim and suspect, who are separated, became involved in an argument when victim stated suspect held her down on the floor and choked her. Victim also stated suspect threw a phone at her, which did not hit her but damaged the kitchen counter. Suspect left the residence before officers arrived. Victim and suspect are currently not living together. Victim also stated she is in fear of the suspect. Victim did not have any signs of assault.

• Jan. 1: A North Campbell Station Road business owner reported a burglary. Victim stated that an unknown suspect forced entry into Earth to Old City through the front door and took various property with an estimated value of $26,538, including a necklace and pendants valued at $5,836 and a pair of earrings valued a $4,376. X-ray 3 was on the scene.

• Jan. 1: A Jermaine Drive resident reported miscellaneous threatening phone calls. The victim stated the suspect had called his residence several times, adding that the last time the suspect called the victim he was going to do bodily harm to the victim.

• Jan. 1: Petro’s Fueling Center, Watt Road, reported the theft of $10 of fuel.

• Jan. 2: Petro’s Truck Stop, Watt Road, reported a theft. Complainant stated that at approximately 9:55 a.m. a white male left the store with a 13-inch TV/DVD combo without paying for it. A custom advised to the complainant, the store manager, that the suspect got into a green older model Chevy Blazer or GMC Jimmy.

• Jan. 2: A Kingston Pike store employee reported a theft. The complainant stated the suspect came into the Texaco Mr. Gas and went to the beer cooler and a placed a six-pack of Natural Ice beer under his jacket and left the store. The complainant stated a customer also confirmed this did occur. The suspect entered an older model Ford Bronco and fled west on Kingston Pike. Loudon County officers later stopped him with the beer in his possession along with various wigs and changes of clothes. Suspect was taken into custody in Loudon County for other offenses.

• Jan. 3: A Broken Saddle Road resident reported a simple assault. At approximately 9:55 p.m., officers responded to a domestic disturbance at the residence. The victim and her husband, the suspect, had been involved in an argument. The victim stated she thought it would be best if one of her friends picked her up for the night. The victim stated her husband then came home, forced her out of the house and dragged her down the sidewalk. Victim had abrasions across the left side of her face, left hand and neck. Victim refused any medical treatment or transportation to a safe location. Suspect fled the scene before officers arrived. Victim was advised of her rights.

• Jan. 3: A North Broadway resident reported a threatened suicide. Victim stated she wants to kill herself because she is homeless and she can’t wash her clothes. Victim did not attempt suicide but she made verbal threats to officers. Rural/Metro transported victim to Parkwest Medical Center for evaluation.

• Jan. 4: A Knoxville business reported a burglary. An employee arrived at his job site with Robertson & Son on Brochardt Boulevard and found the work trailer door pried open. Tools valued at approximately $2,570 were taken.

• Jan. 4: A Chattanooga resident reported a missing cell phone at a Kingston Pike residence while attending a wedding. Victim is unsure whether someone took it from her purse or whether it fell out.

• Jan. 7: A Daisy Wood Drive resident reported a theft. Complainant advised that he went to deposit some money in his account at the TVA Credit Union. Complainant advised that after he completed the transaction his account was a lot lower than it should be. Upon investigation, complainant advised that unknown persons stole his checkbook out of his vehicle, adding that the vehicle was unlocked. Complainant advised that he believed this happened at the Regal Cinemas in Farragut.


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