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• March 6: A Foxford Drive man reported to police that thieves broke into his vehicle and took stereo equipment, a radar detector, CDs and other items valued at approximately $2,000.

• March 6: A worker at the Petros fueling station on Watt Road reported to police that the driver of a white Honda pumped $27.15 in fuel and left without paying for it.

• March 6: A Triple Crown Road woman reported to police that her husband, the suspect, had allegedly violated a no contact order of protection by driving by her residence and stopping before leaving the scene.





• March 6: Police were notified by a worker at the U-Haul store in Farragut that a trailer, which was reported stolen Feb. 9, had been returned.

• March 7: A Dominion Circle man filed a report at the Knox County Sheriff’s Department Farragut Precinct office stating his belief that a yardman, who has worked for the victim for two years, had taken several handguns, cameras and other items from his home during his employment.

• March 8: Police were dispatched to an Oakmont Circle address in response to a domestic dispute. On arrival, officers were told by the victim that she and the suspect, her father, had gotten into an argument over family matters.

• March 8: A worker at the Old Stage Weigel’s Farm Store reported that a white male, described as being 5-foot-7, 150-pounds, walked into the store, got an 18-pack of beer and left the store without paying in a small, black car.

• March 8: A North Campbell Station Road woman called police to report receiving threatening and harassing telephone calls from her ex-boyfriend. The victim called police when during the last call, the suspect told the victim that she had better get an order of protection. She called police to begin that process.

• March 8: A Sailview Road woman reported to police that someone had driven over her mailbox, destroying it, during the night.

• March 8: A construction company representative reported to police that a house under construction on Prince George Parish had been burglarized.

• March 9: Police arrested a Decatur man after it was determined he was the aggressor in a domestic assault between he and his wife in the parking lot of West Park Inn on Outlet Drive. The victim advised police that the couple had been at the Cotton Eyed Joe club and when they got back to their hotel room at West Park Inn and argument erupted over her drinking. The victim stated she left the room and later returned. On returning, another argument erupted. The victim stated she ran into the bathroom and locked herself inside. The suspect then allegedly kicked down the door and grabbed the victim, hold her down. The victim stated she scratched the suspect in order to escape. She said she grabbed the car keys and left the room. She drove the car to the Cotton Eyed Joe parking lot when officers found her.

• March 9: Police responded to a disturbance call at a East Heritage Drive residence. At the scene, the victim was found holding the suspect down on the garage floor. The suspect was belligerent and intoxicated. The victim stated he had restrained the suspect when he attempted to get into a car and drive away. The victim stated the suspect injured himself while trying to get up. The suspect was transported to Baptist Hospital West emergency.

• March 9: Police were advised by an Augustan Lane businessman that a former employee had made approximately $6,000 of unauthorized purchases on the company check card. The complainant stated the suspect also was refusing to return approximately $2,500 in lawn care equipment.

• March 9: A Brixworth Boulevard man reported receiving harassing telephone calls.

• March 10: A Nature Lane woman reported to police that her vehicle had been burglarized after she had parked in a West End Avenue parking lot to run into a business to drop off an item. The victim reported her purse, which contained $500, had been taken from the vehicle.

• March 10: A Lenoir City woman reported to police that she had discovered her car had been burglarized while it was parked in her employer’s parking lot in the 11000 block of Kingston Pike in Farragut.

• March 10: A Lewisbrooke Lane man reported to police that he had received a cellular telephone bill from the Cingular company. The victim stated he had never had service with the company. The victim further stated the suspect that generated the bill had roomed with his daughter. The victim stated his daughter had previously been paying the bill.

• March 10: A worker at the Petro fueling center on Watt Road reported the theft of $23.35 in fuel by the driver of a red Ford Mustang.

• March 10: Police were dispatched to a local hospital to investigate a dog bite incident. Police were told that the victim, a Farragut Middle School student, had some candy and his dog, a yellow Labrador retriever, wanted the candy. The victim stated that he folded up his hand and the dog tried to get the candy from his hand. It was at this time the victim struck the dog with a croquet mallet causing the dog to turn and bite the victim’s left hand.

• March 11: Police responded to a Watt Road parking lot to file an accident report involving two trucks on the lot.

• March 11: A Treyburn Drive resident reported to police that his home had been “egged” and toilet paper strewn on several trees in his yard. The victim stated it would cost about $100 to clean the mess.

• March 13: Police were called to investigate a domestic property dispute between and estranged couple. The victim told officers that she and her husband, the suspect, are divorcing. The victim advised the suspect changed locks on the couple’s boat and did not advise her of the new combination. The victim stated that the suspect is denying her access of joint property.

• March 13: A Fort West Boulevard man reported to police that someone damaged the mailbox at his residence during the night.

 

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