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• May 16: A McFee Road man reported to police that his home had been burglarized. The complainant stated entry was gained by kicking open a side bedroom door. Missing were a firearm, jewelry and several electronic devises.

• May 19: A Torrey Pines Road resident called police to advise that checks and credit cards were missing from the residence. This is a supplement to a previous report.

• May 19: A sales representative from Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corporation reported to police that her vehicle was burglarized while parked at her Butternut Lane address. Missing from the vehicle was a LCD projector and the victim’s purse.

• May 19: An Abners Ridge Road resident reported to police that two vehicles belonging to the victim and her husband were both burglarized while parked in the couple’s driveway. Missing was a purse, its contents and several other items.

• May 19: A Butternut Lane woman reported to police that her vehicle was burglarized while parked in her driveway. Missing was a speaker system connected to a flat-screen TV. The TV was not taken, the victim advised, because her mother had heard a loud noise and had turned on an outside light. The witness observed a dark-colored vehicle speeding off.

• May 20: A worker at the Weigel’s Farm Store at Smith Road reported to police the theft of $375. The complainant stated that she had received a call at the business from someone who said he was with Weigel’s maintenance. The caller said he was sending his son to pick up $375 and leave a key. A short time later, a young white male came into the store to pick up the money. The complainant gave the suspect the money and had him sign for it. The suspect signed a name and left a key. The suspect said he was in a hurry because he had to get to work at a business in the Turkey Creek development. The complainant discovered that no one from maintenance had sent for the money. The complainant stated she went to the business where the suspect said he worked and the manager there said that there was a worker by that name employed there, but he was not working then.

• May 20: Police were called to a Red Canyon Road address to investigate the discovery of a concealed camera in the complainant’s bathroom. The victim stated that while he was cleaning the hall bathroom he noticed the tissue box had been altered. The victim asked his daughter about the box and she stated she found a mini-camera inside the tissue box. She stated the small hole in the box was facing towards the shower. The victim called police after being informed of the discovery. Police confiscated the camera and took it to the Knox County Sheriff’s Office property unit.

• May 21: A Wartburg woman reported to police that her vehicle was burglarized while parked at her workplace at Baptist Hospital West on Parkside Drive. Missing was the victim’s purse and its contents.

• May 21: A South Breeze Circle woman reported to police that her vehicle was burglarized while parked at her workplace at Baptist Hospital West on Parkside Drive. Missing was the victim’s purse and makeup.

• May 21: Police were called to a South Williamsburg Drive residence to investigate a property damage and simple assault report. Officers were advised by the victim that the suspect, a Papermill Road woman, allegedly came to the home to assault the victim. The victim stated the suspect first hit the victim’s vehicle with the suspect’s vehicle. The suspect then exited her vehicle and physically assaulted the victim. The suspect then fled the scene.

• May 21: A Smyrna, Ga., man reported to police that the trailer he was to pick up at a Watt Road location was not sealed. He told police that while attempting to get the trailer sealed someone entered the trailer and took four boxes of chickens.

• May 21: A Midhurst Drive resident reported to police that his brick mailbox had been damaged. The victim told police that while he was investigating the damage; a neighbor from across the street came over and advised the victim that a contractor from the witness’ home struck the victim’s mailbox while backing from the witness’ driveway. Attempts to contact the suspect were unsuccessful.

 

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