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• Feb. 25: A Concord Hills subdivision resident reported to police that three dump truck loads of yard waste had been dumped in the parking lot of the subdivision’s community area. The dumps occurred on two separate occasions.

• March 1: Police were dispatched to a Watt Road parking lot to investigate a collision between a truck driven by a Florida man and another driven by a Illinois man. About $2,000 in damage was reported to a boat trailer being hauled by the Illinois truck driver.

• March 1: A Kingston woman summoned police to a Sonja Drive residence on a burglary complaint. On arrival, the woman told police that she had three antique Italian humpback chairs that she was storing at the Sonja Drive residence since Saturday, Feb. 26, in order to sell March 2. The alleged suspect, who lives across the street, witnessed the victim unload the chairs into the house. The suspect was caught trying to enter the house a couple of days before this date, but no report was filed. The basement door of the house was left unlocked and the suspect allegedly entered and took the chairs from the residence. Officers attempted to question the suspect but he was not home. The chairs’ value was placed at $1,200.

• March 1: A Battery Hill Circle man discovered his vehicle license plate was missing when he was stopped by police for driving with a broken headlight. Value of the loss was $60.

• March 2: Police were called to file a report of a collision between the trucks driven by two Farragut men at a Campbell Station Road business.

• March 3: A Lenoir City man reported to police that the truck he had left in the parking lot of Little Joe’s pizzeria on Kingston Pike in Farragut to display for sale had been stolen.

• March 3: Police responded to an alarm at the BP convenience store in the 10000 block of Kingston Pike. On arrival, officers were told by a representative of the store that 60 cartons of cigarettes had been taken valued at about $1,500.

• March 4: A Rutledge woman reported to police that she had discovered the $500 bracelet she had been wearing was missing. The woman stated she had the bracelet when she entered the Bi-Lo grocery store in Farragut and made the discovery while in the store.

• March 4: A worker at the BP convenience store on Watt Road reported the theft of $38.50 in fuel by the driver of a green pickup truck.

• March 4: Police were dispatched to the Kroger grocery store in Farragut after the store manager reported that two black males had entered the store and taken two price scanners. The complainant stated the pair left the store and escaped in a vehicle in which another black male was waiting. While officers were collecting information at the Farragut crime scene, another store in the City had the same suspects enter and take an additional pair of scanners.

• March 4: Police were called to a parking lot in the 11000 block of Kingston Pike to investigate a collision between vehicles driven by two Lenoir City residents.

• March 5: Police were summoned to a Northshire Lane residence in response to a attempted suicide. On arrival, the victim told officers she and her husband had been arguing prompting her to want to take her life. She stated she had taken a handful of unknown medication. A witness told police that the victim had been drinking earlier in the day. The victim was transported to Parkwest Medical Center by Rural/Metro ambulance service.

• March 5: A manager at the Ingle’s grocery store in Farragut called police when a white male, described as being 6-feet tall, 170-pounds, filled a grocery basket with steaks and fled the store without paying. The suspect fled in a dark Dodge Spirit registered to a Delaware Avenue woman. This vehicle was reported involved in a number of thefts from locations in the county and City of Knoxville.

 

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