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• May 22: A worker at the Shell convenience store on Campbell Station Road reported the theft of $29.50 in fuel.

• May 22: A worker at the BP convenience store on Campbell Station Road reported the theft of $15 in fuel.

• May 24: Police were advised by a Newcomb Lane resident that her home had been broken into and ransacked. The victim stated she discovered the break-in when she came home and first saw her back door was open.

• May 25: A Dundee Road man reported to police that upon returning to his home found his bedroom had been “gone through.” The victim stated that his friend, the suspect, had been discovered in the victim’s bedroom on several occasions. The victim said the suspect allegedly took 14 video games, medications and a silver diamond bracelet the victim had purchased for his mother. The suspect was gone upon police arrival, but was believed to be at his parents’ home in Lenoir City. The victim stated that after he called around the neighborhood, a neighbor advised the victim that the suspect had sold him the bracelet for $30.

• May 25: A woman at a West Pointe Drive business advised police that the suspect, an ex-employee of a contacted lab service that the complainant’s business uses, had come to the complainant’s office and had loudly yelled and cursed at the complainant blaming her for the suspect losing her job. The complainant stated that no direct threats were made but the suspect left the scene allegedly saying that the two were “not done yet.” The complainant told officers she believes this could be the precursor to future vandalism or harmful events.

• May 26: A Fretz Road woman reported to police that a vehicle she was attempting to sell had been stolen. The victim stated she allowed the suspect, a friend of her son, to drive the vehicle to his place of residence at a motel on Northshore Drive and he has not returned. Attempts to contact the suspect and retrieve the vehicle were unsuccessful.

• May 22: A Breezy Ridge Trail woman reported to police that her vehicle was burglarized while parked at the RUSH fitness center at Canton Hollow Road and Kingston Pike.

• May 23: A Concord Woods Drive man reported to police that he met a white female at Riverside Tavern and took her home with him. The complainant stated he fell asleep and upon waking discovered the woman and his vehicle missing. The complainant stated he did not know the woman’s name.

 

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