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• May 2: A Whitwell woman and her two friends reported the theft of their pocketbooks that were left within a vehicle driven by one of the females and parked at the Cotton Eyed Joe club. One of the victims advised police that the vehicle had a malfunctioning door lock and that the vehicle may have been unlocked. There were no visible signs of forced entry.

• May 14: Police were advised by a Knoxville woman that her vehicle had been burglarized while left overnight in the parking lot of the Cotton Eyed Joe club on Outlet Drive.

• June 6: A worker at the BP convenience store on Campbell Station Road reported the theft of $45.01 in fuel.

• June 24: A Dineen Drive man reported to police that he lost his cell phone while at a restaurant on West End Avenue.

• June 24: A Maryville woman reported to police that a CD player was missing from a locker at the YMCA in Farragut.

• June 25: Police were summoned to the Kohl’s department store in Farragut after a loss prevention worker discovered a couple attempting to steal store merchandise. The complainant stated a white male and female entered the store and the female concealed two pairs of Reebok shoes in a brown handbag. The male suspect pushed a shopping cart around the store with two empty shoeboxes in it. The suspects attempted to leave the store and were confronted by loss prevention. The suspects dropped the handbag and exited the store and fled in a 2002 GMC Sonoma with Tennessee registration. The tag number and handbag were handed over to police.

• June 26: An English Station Way woman reported to police that she had been attacked by several dogs. The complainant stated that she was walking her dog near her residence when four or five small dogs attacked her. The complainant received minor bites on her leg and her dog also was bitten. The dogs owner, a Shadowfax Road woman, told police she didn’t know how her dogs got out but offered to cover all doctor and veterinarian bills for the victim and her dog. The complainant was instructed to contact animal control.

• June 27: Police were dispatched to a Midhurst Drive address to investigate a death-by-natural-causes call.

• June 27: A representative of Charter Media reported to police that someone had cut the TV cable and alarm cable to the business.

• June 27: The BP convenience store on Kingston Pike in the Lovell Heights area was the scene of a burglary. Unknown suspects broke a hole through the back wall of the business and made entry. The suspects took $1,000 in cash and attempted to disable the alarm. The suspects are believed to have left through the rear door of the business.

• June 28: A Boyd’s Station man reported to police that someone went behind his residence and stole his lawnmower.

• June 28: A Fretz Road man advised police that his riding lawnmower had been stolen. The vehicle had been parked in the victim’s yard and covered with a tarp.

• June 29: A representative of Pfizer Pharmaceuticals reported to police that his vehicle had been burglarized while parked at Fox Den Country Club. Missing from the vehicle was a computer projector.

• June 29: An Admiral Road resident reported to police that her mailbox had been vandalized. The complainant stated that this was one of several acts of vandalism that had been directed at her property.

• June 29: A worker at Finish Line car wash in Farragut reported to police that he had received harassing telephone calls. The victim told police that a former employee, who was hired a week ago and only worked an hour and 15 minutes on his first and only day, came to pick up his paycheck. The victim stated that when he informed the suspect that he would not receive a check until the next week due to pay period constraints, the suspect became angry and irate and began cursing and yelling, wanting his check. The victim added that after the suspect left the business, the suspect allegedly made several phone calls to the victim verbally threatening that he was going to hurt everyone that works at the business.

• June 30: A Kingston woman reported to police that her vehicle had been damaged when a tire blew out on a truck she was following on I-40 East.

• June 30: Police were advised by a Saddleridge Drive woman that she had found what she believed to be cocaine in a camera film can in her daughter’s purse. Police seized the alleged drugs and forwarded them to narcotics.

• June 30: Police were dispatched to a Shadowfax Drive residence on a domestic call. On arrival, the victim told police that the suspect, her husband, had become angry with her when he discovered that $20,000 had been taken from their safe. She stated that the suspect called her and threatened to kill her if she didn’t bring the money back. She stated that the suspect called her and told her to “get her black dress ready.” The victim stated she did not take the money from the safe.

• July 1: Police were advised by a Finch Road resident that her vehicle had been burglarized while parked in her driveway. Missing from the vehicle was a stereo system, cash and several other items totaling about $3,000 in value.

• July 1: Police were dispatched to the Petro’s fueling center to investigate a fender bender.

• July 1: A Snyder Road woman was questioned by police when the $20 bill she attempted to pay her LCUB bill with was thought to be counterfeit. The woman stated she got the money at the AmSouth Bank near West Town Mall. Knox County Sheriff’s Office personnel confiscated the alleged bogus cash.

• July 2: A worker at Regal Cinemas on Parkside Drive reported to police that the contents of her purse had been stolen. The victim stated that she discovered her purse on a table in a break room.

• July 2: Police were advised by a Foxford Drive woman that someone had thrown a rock through the front window of her home.

• July 3: An Everett Road woman was admitted and treated for a severe dog bite at Baptist Hospital West. The victim stated she was at a neighbor’s house during a cookout when the suspect’s dog bit her on her right hand. The victim did not want to press charges.

• July 3: An Oak Ridge Highway woman complained to police when the father of her daughter failed to deliver the child back to her on time at the Petro’s fueling center on Watt Road. The woman did not have copies of her court paperwork to pursue the matter.

• July 3: Police were advised by a Foxford Drive woman that a guest staying in her home had stolen the complainant’s checkbook and a bottle of Percocet prescription medicine. The victim stated that several of the checks had gone through the bank and totaled about $250.

• July 4: A Loudon woman reported to police that someone had broken out the back window of her car and stolen her purse while the vehicle was parked at Regal Cinemas in Farragut.

 

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