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• March 25: A worker at Blue Beacon reported to police that a woman, the suspect, had telephoned and accused the complainant and his staff of spreading rumors about her. The complainant stated the victim said: “If you and your boys don’t stop spreading rumors about me having sex with everyone … I’m going to come over there and kick all your a—-s,” then hung up the telephone.

• March 26: ADT security notified police that an alarm at the offices of Thomas Patterson Orthodontics was sounding. Upon arrival, officers found the door had been pried open and the deadbolt lock was lying on the ground. The owner noted that nothing appeared missing. A Cable TV wire had been cut and the main electric breaker thrown to the business.

• March 26: A Loudon woman reported to police that her vehicle was burglarized while parked at her place of employment in Farragut.

• March 26: Police were dispatched to the parking lot of the Cotton Eyed Joe club on Outlet Drive in response to a fight. Upon arrival, officers observed approximately 30 people in the upper gravel parking lot. Officers dispersed the crowd and it was discovered that the victim, a Knoxville man, was confronted by the suspect, a Greenback man, who had accused the victim of calling the suspect a faggot because he was wearing a pink shirt. A physical altercation erupted between several people and the victim with the suspect allegedly punching the victim in the face several times. The victim fell to the ground where he was allegedly kicked by several unknown persons. A second victim, a doorman at the club, was injured attempting to break up the fight. Both sought medical treatment.

• March 27: A Church Hill woman reported to police that her vehicle had been burglarized while parked at the Cotton Eyed Joe club on Outlet Drive. The victim stated that her cousin had been thrown out of the club and had gone to her vehicle to pass out. The victim added that when she went to her car, she discovered two white males in the vehicle with her cousin. When confronted, the victim stated the suspects allegedly said they were “just here to smoke a joint with him.” The suspects left in a black Lexus. Missing was a sports jacket and a cellular telephone.

• March 27: A worker at the Weigel’s Farm Store at Fort West reported the theft of $25.87 in fuel.

 

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