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• May 25: An Aronimink Point woman reported to police that she had been receiving 30 to 50 phone calls a day from a Sunnydale Road suspect.

• May 26: Police removed a shotgun and a lever-action rifle from the home of an elderly man after he made threats to inflict harm upon himself. The man was transported to Parkwest Medical Center for evaluation.

• May 27: Police were advised by a Heather Moore Drive man that his vehicle had been hit by something while he was away.

• May 28: A Kingston Pike woman called police to report that she had been assaulted by a suspect following a verbal argument. The victim stated she and the suspect were involved in a verbal argument when the suspect grabbed her by the hair and hit her in the back of the head. The victim stated she ran out of the residence and the suspect followed, pushing her down to the ground. The victim stated she managed to escape and call police.

• May 28: Police, acting on an anonymous tip, were dispatched to a Village Green restaurant to investigate an alleged couple in possession of a stolen vehicle. When officers arrived the vehicle was found in the parking lot and verified by NCIC as reported stolen. Officers went into the restaurant and found the two suspects matching the description given by the tipster. The female affirmed to police that she and her male companion did arrive at the restaurant in the stolen vehicle. The male was taken into custody. The arrestee stated that he borrowed the vehicle but could not tell officers the name of the person from whom he borrowed the vehicle.

• May 28: A Kildare Drive woman reported to police that her vehicle was burglarized while parked at a lakeside parking lot. Missing was the woman’s purse, which was stored behind the seat.

• May 28: A Midhurst Drive woman reported to police that several items were missing from her home. The victim told police that her roommate had moved out on this date and had taken several items from the home without her permission. The victim stated the suspect had moved to Chattanooga and left no forwarding address.

• May 29: A Bullard, Texas, woman reported to police that her vehicle had been burglarized while parked at the Cotton Eyed Joe club on Outlet Drive. The complainant stated that her and her friend’s purses were missing.

• May 29: A Kingston Pike man reported to police that his home had been burglarized. The victim told officers that upon arriving home he had found his back door open. Missing from the residence was the victim’s wallet and his son’s custody papers. The victim stated his son was involved in a custody dispute with his child’s mother.

• May 29: A Tellico Plains man reported to police that his vehicle had been burglarized while parked at Regal Cinemas in Farragut. The victim stated that his girlfriend’s purse was missing.

• May 29: A McFee Road woman reported to police that her residence had been burglarized. Entry to the home was made through an unlocked garage door. The victim told police that the garage door was left unlocked for a man to come and do yard work.

• May 30: A Loudon woman reported to police that while at her Concord Park Drive place of employment her vehicle had been vandalized. The woman stated that her vehicle had been keyed and a note was left with “Wendy” written on it.

• May 30: Police were called to an Oran Road address to investigate a verbal threat complaint. The complainant stated the suspect, his wife’s grandfather, stated on the phone: “come up here, I’m old and it’s nothing for me to shoot you.” The complainant and his wife are divorcing and are having problems with visitation rights.

• May 30: Police were dispatched to a Foxford Drive address to investigate an apparent suicide. Upon arrival, officers found the victim on the back porch of the house with a 12-gauge shotgun between his knees and pointed toward his head. The victim was transported to the University of Tennessee forensics department.

• May 30: Police were dispatched to a Fort West Drive address in response to a domestic dispute. Upon arrival, officers were told by the victim that she is separated from her husband. Today, the suspect, her husband, called the residence to arrange to pick up his daughter to take her shopping. The woman stated she told the suspect that the daughter did not want to go and the suspect became angry. The suspect came to the residence and kicked in the garage door. The victim stated she was trying to call 9-1-1 when the suspect ripped the phone from the wall. The victim was advised to call family crisis.

 

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