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• April 14: A Southwick Circle man reported to police that his riding lawnmower was stolen from his driveway.

• April 15: A Clear Ridge Road woman reported to police that she and her husband had gotten into a verbal argument in a local restaurant and that he allegedly grabbed her by the arms. Officers separated both parties.

• April 16: A worker at the Petro’s fueling center reported a woman pumped $24 in fuel and left without paying.

• April 16: A Manor View Drive man reported to police that he did not want to be responsible for the belongings of a Tammy Drive woman that were left at an Oran Road address. The complainant stated he would keep the property for 30 days before disposing of it.

• April 16: The manager of Willow Creek Golf Club reported to police that the business had been burglarized. Missing was about $8,000 in cash and about $9,000 in checks and credit card receipts were damaged.

• April 17: An Oak Ridge woman reported to police that her vehicle was vandalized while parked at a South Watt Road parking lot.

• April 17: Police were dispatched to Anchor Park on Turkey Creek Road in response to a domestic disturbance. On arrival, officers observed the victim’s Hummer being blocked from its egress by the suspect. The victim stated the suspect had called to arrange a meeting at the park where an argument ensued. Officers questioned the suspect’s minor child and no primary aggressor could be determined. As the suspect left, officers observed the suspect’s minor child throw a water bottle at the victim.

• April 17: A Kingston man reported to police that his vehicle’s windshield had been broken by debris that flew off a vehicle driven by a Blaine man. The Blaine man told police the victim was never behind his vehicle for the incident to happen.

• April 18: A Clear Ridge Road woman reported to police that while her son was walking her small dog, the small dog was attacked by a larger dog resulting in $400 in veterinary bills.

• April 18: A Powell man reported to police that several power tools stored in a gang box at the building site of Bill Jones Music on Kingston Pike had been stolen.

• April 18: A River Road woman reported to police that while convalescing at NHC Cavett Hill several of her credit cards turned up missing.

• April 19: A Glenleigh Court doctor’s office reported to police that prescriptions were being written in Sevier County on a prescription pad stolen from the doctor’s office.

• April 19: A worker at the Petro’s fueling center on Watt Road reported that a suspect pumped $523.80 in fuel and left without paying.

• April 19: A North Campbell Station Road woman reported to police that her ex-boyfriend was in violation of an order of protection. While officers were investigating the incident, the vicitm’s cell and home phones rang 10 to 15 times. Officers observed the victim’s phone had received more than 20 calls in the last hour.

• April 19: A worker at Star Systems on Kingston Pike reported the theft of two checks. The checks later turned up written for a total of $540.

• April 19: An Oliver Springs woman was arrested after admitting she had taken a bottle of OxyContin from the pharmacy at the Farragut Bi-Lo.

• April 20: A worker at the Weigel’s Farm Store at Fort West reported the theft of $23.39 in fuel.

• April 20: A worker at the Petro Lube No. 12 reported the theft of six tires valued at more than $1,500.

• April 21: A Hickory Woods Road woman reported to police that her license plate was missing.

• April 22: A Forest Edge Way woman reported to police that her mother allegedly attempted to run her down with a vehicle while she was taking out trash at her place of employment.

• April 22: A Woodcliff Drive woman reported to police that she had received several threatening calls on her cell phone advising her that her vehicle was going to blow up.

• April 23: A security worker at Kohl’s department store in Farragut allegedly observed two white females putting several items into two tote bags. The pair then allegedly attempted to leave the store. When approached by security in the parking lot one suspect, who was carrying the two tote bags, dropped the bags and entered a car driven by the other female. The car tag was traced to a Lenoir City address.

• April 23: A Cutlass Lane man reported to police that his vehicle had been burglarized. Missing was a lap top computer and other items.

• April 24: A worker at the Weigel’s Farm Store at Fort West reported the theft of five propane fuel tanks valued at $230.

• April 24: A worker at the Petro’s fueling center reported the theft of $22 in fuel.

• April 24: A worker at the Kenjo market reported to police that a Midhurst Drive woman pumped $19.04 in fuel and left the store without paying.

• April 25: Police were called to a North Fox Den Drive address to investigate an altercation between two men over the cutting of trees on Fox Den Country Club golf course. The victim stated the suspect, who was cutting down the trees without FDCC board permission, poked him in the chest with his finger.

• April 25: The owner of an Alabama trucking firm reported to police that one of her drivers and the truck he was driving was missing after being seen at a Watt Road fueling center.

• April 26: A Bailey Park Lane woman reported to police that a utility trailer valued at $4,000 was missing. The victim told police that two suspects came to her front door and stated they were delivering something to the residence. The victim suspects the two took the trailer.

• April 26: A Wenlock Road man reported to police that his H&K .40 caliber pistol was missing from his vehicle while he was attending a cookout at a Peachview Drive residence.

• April 26: Police were advised by a Fretz Road woman that her vehicle was not returned after she allowed a man to test drive it. The woman stated the vehicle was for sale and the suspect was a friend of her son.

• April 26: A worker at the CVS pharmacy at Smith Road reported to police that two suspects were believed to have taken $420 from his cash register while he was trying to locate an item in the store for them.

• April 26: A Sequoyia Drive woman reported to police that her purse had been stolen from her vehicle while it was parked at her place of employment.

• April 27: A Lenoir City man reported to police that the window of a house he was building had been shot out by two juveniles.

 

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