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• April 23: A Cutlass Road man reported to police that his vehicle had been burglarized while parked at a Watt Road address. Missing was a laptop computer and several other items.

• April 27: A Jefferson City man working on a job site on Parkside Drive in Farragut reported to police that an out building had been burglarized. The complainant stated that the out building had been locked when he left that evening. On his return the next morning, the complainant discovered that a padlock on the building had been cut off the building housing the company’s tools and blue prints. Officers were able to lift several sets of fingerprints from the site.

• April 28: A worker at the Finish Line Car Wash reported to police that someone had attempted to pass a counterfeit dollar bill.

• April 28: A worker at a Golden Fox address reported to police that during the night vandals had pulled up plants and shrubbery from the landscaped flower beds. The suspects also had driven through the grass damaging the sod. The complainant suspects a painter who was discharged three weeks ago.

• April 29: A Concord Woods resident called police stating there were two people in a tree in her backyard and her sister had them at gunpoint. The complainant then told the calltaker that the suspect was firing rounds into the air. Officers asked dispatch twice before arrival to have suspect put away the firearm but suspect refused. Officers arrived to find the suspect standing in the front yard pointing a pistol toward the back of the house. Officers disarmed the suspect. Officers found no one on the property or in the trees, nor any evidence that anyone had been there. Interview of suspect revealed that she was on OxyContin. The pistol was confiscated. Later that night, the complainant called police again to report that two men and a woman were trying to gain entry to the house. When the first officer arrived, dispatch was relaying that one of the suspects was trying to force entry at the front door. Officers had a visual on the front door and there was no one there. Officers had dispatch ask complainant where the people were now. Dispatch relayed from complainant that one subject was on the front porch and the other two were sitting under a tree in the front yard. Officers had a visual on the whole front yard and there was no one there. Officers asked complainant if she used drugs or had any history of mental illness. Complainant said no to both but stated that she hadn’t slept in days because she was stressed.

• April 29: Police were called to an Everett Road address in response to a burglary. Officers were told that the resident’s out building had been broken into and his riding lawnmower taken. A padlock on the door had been cut off.

• April 30: An Oak Ridge woman reported to police that a cell phone and cash were taken from Tataru’s Gymnasium.

• April 30: A Lanesborough woman reported to police that someone during the night had entered her apartment with an unauthorized key and taken several items from her kitchen and bedroom including a plasma TV. The value of the loss was estimated at about $1,400.

• April 30: A worker at the Shell convenience store on Campbell Station Road reported the theft of $31.41 in fuel.

• April 30: A Stonebrook Drive resident reported that his vehicle had been burglarized while parked at the residence. The victim stated he looked out his window and saw one of two men enter two vehicles while the other man allegedly served as a lookout. The defendants then walked up the street. At that time the victim called police. When officers arrived, they found one of the men in the back seat of a vehicle across the street that the man had burglarized earlier. The other man was found hiding beneath the vehicle. One of the men was wearing a jacket and gloves that were reported taken from another vehicle burglary. A checkbook with debit card and a driver’s license that was taken from this victim was not recovered.

• April 30: Police arrested two men in connection with several vehicle burglaries along Stonebrook Drive.

• May 1: Police were called to a Smith Road residence after a complainant called 911 stating that the victim had run a hose from his muffler inside his car trying to kill himself. When officers arrived, they found the victim inside the car with the engine off. Victim was transported to Baptist Hospital West for evaluation.

• May 2: A Georgia woman reported to police that her vehicle had been burglarized while parked at the Cracker Barrel restaurant on Campbell Station Road. Missing were several medications valued at about $1,600.

• May 2: An Everett Road resident called police to advise that a weed eater also had been taken during a previous burglary.

• May 2: A Turkey Creek Drive woman reported to police that her home had been burglarized while she was away in Florida. The victim stated that on her return she found that her residence’s front door had been forced open. The victim found nothing missing but found an empty beer bottle in the house.

• May 2: A Camdenbridge Drive woman reported to police that her wedding ring set was missing from her home. The victim stated that the only people in the house were family, an alarm company person and a pest control company person.

• May 2: Police were advised by a Harbor Way man that someone had made numerous changes against his bank account with his missing check card. One charge was made at the Farragut U-Haul store that has video surveillance cameras and may have the suspect on tape.

• May 2: Police were dispatched to a Russfield Drive for a domestic dispute. Officers responded to the address and were told by the victim that she and her husband, the suspect, had a disagreement and got into an argument. Domestic violence rights were given, both written and verbal.

• May 3: A Lanesborough woman called police to report more items missing from her apartment burglary that she reported April 30.

• May 3: A complainant from Kohl’s department store reported to police that a suspect attempted to leave the store without paying for three pairs of shoes. The complainant stated the suspect dropped the shoes in the parking lot and got into an older model maroon four-door Buick driven by a white male. The suspect left the parking lot headed east on Kingston Pike.

• May 3: A Clover Fork Drive man reported to police that he had received a threatening phone call from the husband of a woman the victim works with. The suspect allegedly threatened bodily harm and cursed at the victim.

• May 5: A Butternut Circle woman reported to police that someone had vandalized her mailbox.

• May 5: Police were dispatched to a Highstone Lane address on a domestic disturbance call. The victim stated that she and her son were in verbal argument over her dog. The victim then stated that her son made verbal threats of cutting the dog’s head off and that he was going to burn her house down for calling the police. The argument ceased when officers arrived.

• May 6: A Goose Cove Lane man reported to police that his vehicle’s windshield had been broken out by a baseball while he was driving by the Farragut High School baseball field while the team was playing a game.

• May 6: A Loganberry Lane woman reported to police that her vehicle was struck by another vehicle while it was parked in the parking lot of Farragut Primary School. The other vehicle had left the scene.

• May 7: Police were dispatched to a Bellfield Road address in response to domestic dispute. On arrival, the victim told officers that the suspect came up the stairs of the residence and became irate for no reason. The victim then stated the suspect started to strangle her. The suspect left the property shortly after.

• May 7: An Etowah man reported to police that he struck the back of another vehicle with the vehicle he was driving. The other vehicle left the scene.

• May 8: Police were dispatched to a Lanesborough Way address in response to a simple assault. The victim stated that he and the suspect, his roommate, were discussing an incident that occurred earlier in the day. The victim stated the suspect became violent and started cursing the victim. The victim stated the suspect got up and told the victim he was going to stab the victim in the chest. The victim stated the suspect headed for the kitchen. The victim dialed 911 and headed out of the apartment. The victim stated the suspect rushed him as the suspect was getting into a car to leave. The suspect was gone when officers arrived.

• May 8: A Chicago woman reported to police that her trailer was struck by a vehicle driven by the suspect, which pinned her between her trailer and her truck.

• May 8: Police were dispatched to a West Ashton Court address in response to a domestic dispute. The victim stated she became involved in a verbal argument with the suspect, her ex-spouse, over their divorce. The victim stated the suspect was intoxicated and angry about their divorce. There were no signs of assault to the victim. The suspect was gone on officer’s arrival.

• May 8: A Newcomb Lane woman reported to police that her vehicle had been burglarized while parked at her place of employment on Campbell Station Road. Missing was the woman’s purse and other items.

• May 9: Police were dispatched to an Oakland Hills Point address for a forced entry burglary. The complainant reported an alarm at the victim’s address. Upon officer’s arrival, officers observed a back door window had been broken out with a brick and the door was unsecured. Upon check of the residence, nothing appeared out of order and no one was present. Upon exiting the residence a neighbor, a key holder, had the victim on the phone and the victim reported to police that he believed the suspect was his daughter and that the country club at Fox Den had called the victim and said that the suspect was currently at the club trying to access money from the victim’s account.

• May 9: A Clear Ridge Road man reported to police that someone had been ordering delivery food with his bank debit card without his permission. The victim stated that the two restaurants had the address the food was delivered to but would not give him the information.

• May 10: Police were dispatched to an Ansley Court address to investigate what officers believed to be an accidental death of an adult.

• May 10: Police were advised by the mother of a juvenile female that the youth had been assaulted by another youth at Admiral Farragut Park. The victim and a witness both stated that the suspect called the victim on her cell phone and told her to meet her at the park. The victim stated that she went to the park and that she got out of her car and started walking up to the suspect. The suspect was on her cell phone and told who she was talking with to hold on, the suspect put her phone down and picked up a cinder block and hit the victim in the left side of her head and face four times and then picked up a large glass mug and broke it over the victim’s head. The other people that were there broke up the fight and took the victim to the University of Tennessee Medical Center. A witness stated the suspect was trying to find a knife with which to cut the victim’s throat.

 

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