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• Aug. 1: A University of Hawaii student reported to police that her personal property had been stolen from her purse while she and the purse were inside the Cotton Eyed Joe club on Outlet Drive in Farragut.

• Aug. 1: Police were advised by a Sonja Drive man that the four tires on his truck had been slashed during the night. The victim stated he discovered the vandalism when he exited his residence and went to the truck to leave for work.

• Aug. 1: A worker at the Knox County Clerk’s Office at Farragut Town Hall reported to police that a license plate is missing from its inventory. Workers stated that a physical search had been conducted for the $60 plate with no results. The clerk’s office was advised that the plate had been on a vehicle since its loss.

• Aug. 1: Workers at the Farragut Jiffy Lube reported to police that their wallets, money and credit cards turned up missing at the job. The complainants told police that the items began turning up missing after a Lenoir City man began working at the job.

• Aug. 1: Police were advised by a Missouri man that tools he had stored in a trailer at a Vista Brook Lane worksite had been stolen. The victim told police that the lock on the trailer had been cut and doors opened to remove the items.

• Aug. 1: Police were dispatched to a Rockwell Farm Lane address in response to a domestic matter. On arrival, police were told by the victim that she and her husband had engaged in a verbal argument about him taking money from their bank account and placing a lock on a door inside of the residence forbidding her access. The suspect left the residence for the day.

• Aug. 2: A Lady Slipper Lane man reported to police that his vehicle had been burglarized while parked at a North Watt Road address. Missing was a Vera Wang purse, its contents and several other items. The vehicle was locked and entry was made by breaking out a window.

• Aug. 2: An Anchorage Way man reported to police that his vehicle had been burglarized while parked at Anchor Park on Turkey Creek Road. Missing from the vehicle was a purse and its contents.

• Aug. 2: Police were dispatched to exit ramp No. 370 to investigate a traffic accident involving a Loudon woman. Police reported that the woman lost control of the vehicle and ran into the guard rail causing damage to the vehicle.

• Aug. 2: A Hickory Woods Road woman reported to police that a Morristown man who befriended her son via a woman her son had met in the Internet was observed pawning several pieces of her jewelry at a Morristown pawn shop. The victim, with the aid of the Hamblen County police, recovered two of her five missing rings. The suspect had accompanied her son to her home.

• Aug. 3: Police were advised by a citizen that a safe was sitting in a field off Way Station Road. Upon arrival, officers discovered the safe with its door pried open and the contents removed with the exception of the bolts used to secure the safe to the floor.

• Aug. 3: Police were advised by a Yarnell Road resident and Children’s Hospital report that her child had been bitten by the family dog. The child suffered a laceration on his right ear.

• Aug. 3: A worker at the Texaco convenience store on Campbell Station Road reported to police that a suspect accompanied by two other males took an 18-pack of beer from the store cooler and left without paying for it.

 

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