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• March 6: Arson investigators and Rural/Metro Fire Department were dispatched to Hollywood Video in Farragut to investigate a fire. On arrival, investigators found that a discarded cigarette in the landscaping mulch ignited causing damage to the front wall and front desk area of the business.

• March 14: A Sevierville woman reported to police that someone had stolen her cellular telephone while she was at the Cotton Eyed Joe club on Outlet Drive.

• March 14: A Knoxville woman reported to police that her ex-boyfriend, a Corryton man, attempted to run the vehicle she was driving off the road on Outlet Drive. The victim stated she feared for her life.

• March 15: A Fort West woman advised police that someone had poured paint onto her and her next-door neighbor’s driveways.

• March 16: A Farragut High School student reported to police that her cellular telephone had been stolen from her locker while she attended gym class. The victim stated her locker was locked and the lock was still intact.

• March 17: A worker at the Petro’s fueling station on North Watt Road reported to police that a suspect entered the store and left with a microphone valued at $77. The suspect left the scene in a green Jeep Cherokee.

• March 17: A Kentucky man reported to police that the Hertz rental car in his possession had been burglarized while parked at the Cotton Eyed Joe club on Outlet Drive.

• March 17: A Fort West Drive man reported to police that he had been receiving threatening telephone calls from an unknown suspect. The victim stated that the voice is muffled and he cannot tell if it’s male or female. The victim added that at times the voice repeats everything the victim says and other times the voice allegedly says “I’m gonna cut you up.”

• March 17: A worker at the Petro’s fueling center on Watt Road reported the theft of $21.20 in fuel by a black woman driving a white Ford. The complainant stated the woman pumped the fuel and then entered the store and looked around, then left the scene without paying.

• March 18: A Midhurst Drive man reported to police that his vehicle that was parked at the Cotton Eyed Joe club was struck and damaged by an unknown driver driving a silver mini van. The victim discovered the damage after a witness advised him of the incident.

• March 18: A Franklin man advised police that a woman with whom the victim shares custody of a minor child failed to show up for an exchange at the Pilot gas station on North Campbell Station Road.

• March 18: Police were dispatched to Sir Goony Golf in Farragut to investigate a burglary and discovered another crime while there. On arrival, officers were advised that the business had been broken into at three separate locations – the main building, the tool shed and the go-cart maintenance building. Several tools were missing from the business. While investigating, officers discovered that the front split-rail fence of the business was the victim of a hit and run. Approximately 30 feet of fence along with the business’ flagpole had been damaged by an unknown driver. Vehicle debris and scuff marks were present at the scene.

• March 19: Police were advised by a Flotilla Drive man that he had received a threatening telephone call from a female who allegedly stated she had seen something on a Web site the victim supposedly placed there. The victim stated that later a male called and accused the victim of asking some “not so nice questions” at the political forum at the Farragut Town Hall March 7. The victim stated the caller allegedly said the victim would be sorry and that the caller had the victim’s telephone number.

• March 19: A worker at the BP convenience store on North Campbell Station Road reported the theft of $25.69 in fuel.

• March 20: Knox County Sheriff’s Department officers responded to an alarm at Greensboro Antiques. On arrival, officers found the front door of the business had been shattered by a water meter metal cover. The complainant could not tell if anything was missing at the time.

• March 20: A Woodland Trace man reported to police that his residence and yard were egged by unknown assailants.

• March 20: KCSD officers res-ponded to an alarm at Earth to Old City. Officers found that the front door had been smashed with a landscaping rock. Entry had been gained to the store. The owner reported $300 missing.

• March 20: A Thornton Road woman reported to police that a suspect cut off the locks to two of her trailers and stole tools that were stored inside.

• March 20: Police were dispatched to a North Watt Road truck stop to investigate a fender bender.

• March 20: Police were called to the Exxon/Finish line Car Wash in Farragut after employees there reported a customer began causing a disturbance in the business. The complainant stated the suspect left the business in his truck spinning its tires.

• March 20: A complainant at the Weigel’s Farm Store at Fort West reported the theft of $25 in fuel.

• March 20: A complainant at the Petro’s fueling center on Watt Road reported the theft of $14.50 in fuel.

• March 21: Police were dispatch-ed to the CVS Pharmacy at Kingston Pike and Smith Road to investigate a burglary. On arrival, officers found that the drive-thru window was “slightly” cracked with fresh pry marks and shavings on and about the window sill. The store’s key holder advised police that nothing seemed to be missing from the store. Officers determined that entry had not been gained.

• March 21: An Ohio man reported to police that an unknown suspect, armed with a handgun, approached him in a parking lot on North Watt Road demanding the victim’s cash. The victim handed over $1,250 in cash.

• March 21: A worker for Extreme Broad Band reported to police that the tools the workers left on a trailer at the rear of Stein Mart in Farragut had been stolen. The tools were valued at about $500.

• March 22: A Kingston Pike man reported to police that during the time that he left his residence to dine out his residence was robbed. The victim stated the elapsed time was about an hour. Missing were electronics and jewelry.

• March 22: A Stone Road man was transported to Baptist West Hospital after advising police that he was depressed and going to overdose on pills.

• March 22: A Windy Ways Trail woman reported to police that her ex-boyfriend had stolen her vehicle. The woman stated that she was out of town on vacation and had been advised by her sister of the theft. The victim also advised that the suspect is on probation in Anderson County for driving on a revoked license and was scheduled to meet his probation officer.

• March 22: A Powell man reported to police that his vehicle had been stolen. The victim stated the car had broken down and he had left it to seek help. On his return, the victim discovered the vehicle missing.

• March 22: A Harriman woman was arrested after attempting to steal several items of clothing from the Kohl’s department store in Farragut.

• March 23: A Lakepark Circle woman notified police when she became suspicious of a white male driving a brown Toyota backing into her driveway. The complainant told officers the man backed into several cinder blocks. She stated it was then she noticed her neighbor’s vehicle sitting on cider blocks with all four wheels missing.

• March 23: A Midhurst Drive man reported to police that someone had broken out a window of his vehicle and taken his stereo equipment valued at about $1,200.

• March 23: A worker at the Petro’s fueling center on Watt Road reported that the driver of a 1980s Chevy truck with a camper top sporting a Dale Earnhardt sticker and no license plate stole $39 in fuel.

 

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