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• June 16: Police responded to a call at Farragut Healthcare Center. The complainant reported that a former employee is suspected of allegedly stealing narcotics. The complainant received information from two other employees that the suspect was taking narcotics from discharged patients’ blister packs. Center officials stated that policy dictates that narcotics are destroyed with two witnesses present. The suspect, a Powell woman, was terminated in May. About one week after termination several blister packs and documents were found in the suspect’s filing cabinet. The suspect is thought to have taken more than 200 schedule IIs, 500 schedule IIIs and 700 schedule IVs.

• July 14: A security representative of Kohl’s department store in Farragut reported to police that a woman giving an Adair Street address had picked up an appliance in the store and successfully taken it to a cashier for a refund without initially paying for the item. The amount refunded was in excess of $150.

• July 15: A North Monticello Drive woman reported to police finding toilet paper covering her front yard and flour covering her front porch.

• July 15: Officers were dispatched to a North Monticello Drive residence to investigate a theft call. The complainant stated that he found a tire swing that had been taken from the playground area of Village Green subdivision in the backyard of the suspect. The suspect’s parents stated that they would return the swing.

• July 16: Police responded to a call on Gates Mill Road to investigate an alleged car theft. Officers were told that an unknown suspect made entry into the victim’s vehicle and drove it from the victim’s residence. The suspect crashed the vehicle into a brick encased mailbox near the victim’s residence. The victim stated that no one had permission to drive the vehicle.

• July 16: A Lady Slipper Road woman called police to report a domestic dispute. The victim told police that the suspect is a roommate and pays rent for a room at the victim’s residence. The victim stated the suspect wanted to become romantically involved with the victim and became upset when he learned the victim was seeing someone else. The victim claimed the suspect pushed her and began arguing with her. The suspect left the scene after the victim called 911.

• July 17: Police were dispatched to a Saddle Ridge Drive address to investigate a complaint that the resident’s vehicle window had been broken out during the night.

• July 17: A Walbrook Drive resident reported to police that someone had stolen her vehicle license plate during the night.

• July 18: A Knoxville woman reported to police that her vehicle was burglarized while parked at the YMCA at Lovell Road and Kingston Pike. Missing was the complainant’s purse and its contents. The victim stated she was inside the center working out when the crime occurred.

• July 18: A Channel Pointe Drive woman reported to police that her vehicle was burglarized while it was parked at Anchor Park on Turkey Creek Road. Missing was the woman’s purse, its contents and other items in the vehicle. The total value of the loss was about $165.

• July 18: A worker at the Weigel’s Farm Store at Fort West subdivision reported the theft of $26 in fuel.

• July 18: A Dominion Circle resident reported to police that an alleged suspect took his collection of smoking pipes while the complainant was out of town. The complainant stated that the suspect is a handyman around the house and has keys to the residence. Also missing were four garage door openers.

• July 18: An Old Tavern Circle woman reported to police that an occupant in a small black car yelled at her while she was getting into her vehicle at the Farragut Post Office.

• July 19: Police were advised by a Peterson Road resident that the back windshield of her vehicle had been broken out during the night.

• July 19: Police took a 17-year-old Aronimink teenager into custody after the suspect was discovered by the complainant and his wife cleaning marijuana pipes in the kitchen. The suspect was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia.

• July 19: A Lenoir City woman reported to police that while she was inside the O’Charley’s restaurant in Farragut, someone broke out the passenger-side window of her vehicle and stole several items.

• July 20: The manager of Tuesday Morning reported to police that someone had poured a sticky substance all over the front door, windows, floor and shopping buggies.

• July 20: Police were advised by OnStar that a North Monticello Drive resident’s vehicle was in the parking lot of Village Green Shopping Center. The vehicle had sustained damage and was towed to impound.

• July 20: A Union Road resident reported to police that her vehicle had been burglarized while parked in an open garage at the complainant’s residence. Missing was the complainant’s purse and its contents.

• July 21: Police responded to a burglary call at the Walgreen’s pharmacy at Smith Road. On arrival, officers discovered the front door glass shattered and evidence that the suspect crawled through the hole and made his way to the pharmacy. The suspect then forced open the narcotics cabinet and took an undetermined amount of OxyContin, OxyCodone, Methylin, Percocet and other schedule narcotics. The suspect pried open a stockroom door and escaped undetected via a back door. The phone lines were disabled and no alarm was activated.

• July 21: Police were dispatched to Campbell Station and Creighton Chapel roads to investigate an automobile accident.

• July 21: A worker at the Farragut Taco Bell reported to police that the store’s cash was discovered about $1,000 short at the end of the day’s business.

• July 22: A Calloway View Drive woman reported to police that someone hit her vehicle causing damage while the vehicle was parked at Baptist Hospital West. The victim had no suspect information.

• July 22: A Cavette Hill resident reported to police that her billfold was missing from her purse. The victim stated she last saw her billfold a few days prior. The victim stated she keeps her purse in a closet.

• July 23: A worker at the BP fueling center on Watt Road reported to police that the driver of a late model Chevrolet left the business without paying for $34 in fuel.

• July 24: A Farragut man reported to police that his vehicle was damaged when car wash employees negated to catch his vehicle as it exited the conveyor. The victim stated his vehicle was placed in neutral and as it disengaged from the conveyor it continued to roll down a wooded embankment causing damage.

• July 25: A Saddle Ridge Road resident reported to police that his vehicle had been burglarized during the night.

• July 26: A worker at Lakeside Market reported to police that a suspect came into the store and grabbed two 12-packs of beer and ran out the door. The suspect exited the scene in a vehicle registered to a Merriwood Drive resident.

• July 26: A Concord Farms Lane resident reported to police that his out building had been burglarized.

• July 27: Police were advised by the town of Farragut that someone had stolen one of the lights from its pole in the Campbell Station Road park.

• July 27: A Farragut Hills Boulevard man reported to police that his daughter was in town with complainant’s grandchild in violation of a court order issued in Michigan.

 

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