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• April 1: The manager of The Mulch Company on Everett Road notified police of a disturbance that occurred on the business property. The complainant stated that a worker at a Knoxville lawn care business had gotten belligerent when he discovered he was being taxed for his purchase. The complainant advised the suspect that by law she had to charge tax. The suspect allegedly continued cursing the complainant until she asked for a male employee to come to the scene. At this time, the suspect left and was to never return to the business.

• April 2: A South Williamsburg Drive woman reported to police that while she was with a friend, the friend’s estranged wife showed up and got into an argument with the friend. The victim stated that when she left the residence she discovered her car had been keyed.

• April 2: A Piney Grove Church Road woman reported to police that her vehicle was burglarized while parked at the Icearium in Farragut. Missing were several items including a laptop computer. The total loss was approximately $1,500.

• April 2: A worker at the Fort West Weigel’s Farm Store advised police that a suspect, a Morristown man, entered the store and purchased a soft drink. He handed the complainant a dollar bill and when she opened the cash register he pushed her back causing her to strike her head. She stated he reached into the cash drawer and grabbed a handful of money then fled. The complainant was shown a picture of a man she identified as the suspect.

• April 3: A Gwinhurst Road woman was involved in a single car accident when her left-rear wheel detached from the vehicle. The victim stated she had just had brake work done at a local brake shop.

• April 4: An officer dispatched to an automobile accident at Mapletree Drive and Sycamore Circle reported that while speaking to the crash victim [the soon-to-be suspect] the suspect’s wife [the victim] came out of the residence and advised the officer that she and her husband were involved in a verbal argument over the victim claiming the suspect was cheating on her. The victim stated the suspect left the residence and was then involved in the crash.

• April 4: A worker at the Shell convenience store on Campbell Station Road advised police that the driver of a Chevy pickup truck bearing Ohio tags had pumped $47.50 in fuel and left without paying.


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