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• July 4: A Sleepy Hollow Road victim stated that she left her car at Cotton Eyed Joe’s nightclub and when she returned to pick it up it had been hit with several rocks.

• July 4: A Campbell Station Road victim stated that while traveling northbound on N. Campbell Station Road, the suspect’s vehicle in front of her threw fireworks on her car, damaging the windshield and paint.

• July 4: A Geronimo Road resident reported a simple assault at her home. The complainant said she and the suspect had been in an argument over marital issues. The complainant said the suspect had shoved her several times, knocking her over small furnishings in the residence. The complainant had no marks on her from the contact. The suspect approached officers as he left the subdivision. He stated they had been in the argument and that the complainant had broken and turned over the items. The suspect said he was en route to an overnight job when he approached the officers. Responding officers were unable to determine a primary aggressor. The suspect went on to his employment. The complainant said her juvenile children, ages 6, 8 and 10, had witnessed part of the altercation.

• July 5: The Stokely Company, 11335 Campbell Lakes Drive, was the scene of a burglary, forced entry. The complainant advised that the alarm company, which monitors the business, contacted her concerning an alarm at the business. The complainant advised that she, along with her father, went to the business and found a rear window to be unsecured. The window had previously been broken and was covered with a piece of plywood. The complainant advised that it did not appear that any items were missing.

• July 5: A complainant reported the theft of $57.19 in gas from the KenJo Market, 709 Campbell Station Road. The complainant stated the suspect’s vehicle is a red and silver GMC pick-up truck.

• July 6: A Farlow Drive residence was the scene of a reported simple assault. The complainant said she and the arrestee had been in an altercation over laundry and the condition of the kitchen. The complainant said the arrestee had sprayed beer in her face and shoved laundry in her face. The arrestee said he had been stressed due to work and was upset about the refrigerator’s condition. The arrestee said he had raked the contents of the refrigerator onto the floor. The complainant had struck him with a broom to prevent the arrestee from further contact with her. The arrestee also stated he had sprayed the beer on her face.

• July 6: An Admiral Road residence was the scene of a reported class A theft. At approximately 11:34 p.m., officers responded to the incident. The victim stated the suspect had stolen an unknown amount of her prescriptions (narcotics). Victim was unable to give an exact amount of pills that had been taken. The medication included methadone, OxyCodene and hydrocodene.

• July 6: An auto accident at Walgreen’s, 601 N. Campbell Station Road, resulted in property damage. At approximately 11:25 a.m., the suspect stated he was driving close to a brick wall so he could cut enough to turn right. The suspect said he did drag the trailer of his truck down the brick wall, knocking several bricks off the wall.

• July 7: A Lanesborough Way residence was the scene of a reported simple assault. The victim stated he was in a verbal argument with the suspect that turned physical when the suspect became enraged and grabbed the victim’s shirt and ripped the right sleeve. The victim had a scratch on his right arm from the incident. Before officers’ arrival, the suspect had left the residence and the victim was advised of his rights.

• July 7: Officers responded to a burglary with forced entry at Weigel’s, 12640 Kingston Pike. The complainant stated that when she pulled up to the business to deliver newspapers she noticed that all of the inside lights to the business were on. The complainant stated that the inside lights were never on so she contacted law enforcement. Officers discovered forced entry to a side entrance on the west side of the building. The inside stock room door had been forced open, breaker boxes had been opened and the alarm box had been damaged. The safe had been removed from the business and was located resting on a two-wheeler hand truck on the west side of the parking lot. The safe had been damaged but the suspects did not gain entry to the safe. Officers also noticed that that phone lines had been cut from the business. The exterior alarm speaker had been removed. X-ray 3 processed the scene. Thirty-six inactivated Tennessee Lottery ticket booklets were also taken.

• July 7: Complainant at the BP Gas Station, 617 N. Watt Road, reported the theft of $29.85 in gas from an unknown suspect.

• July 7: A Tonya Drive resident advised she had placed her cell phone on the counter at Doctor’s Care Knoxville West offices, 101 Glenleigh Court. The victim said the suspect picked up the phone and left. A witness said she observed the suspect leave with the phone. The complainant said she called her phone number and spoke with the suspect, who refused to return the phone. The phone is valued at $200.

• July 7: A Russfield Drive resident stated she and her husband were in a verbal argument with the suspect, her son, over the suspect being disrespectful to his parents and making demands of his parents.

 

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