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• Aug. 8: Police were dispatched to the intersection of Campbell Station Road and I-40 to document a traffic accident.

• Aug. 9: A worker for Reveiz Custom Homes reported to police observing the occupants of a 1994 Ford Ranger pickup truck pull onto a worksite in the Willows subdivision and attempt to remove doors from the house under construction. The complainant stated that he confronted the two white males, whose truck was traced to a Middlebrook Pike address, who fled the construction site without taking anything.

• Aug. 8: Police were advised by a Long Bow Road resident that vandals had placed a sign in her front yard advertising the residence as being for sale. The original sign, which stated “For Sale by Owner,” had the word “owner” marked out and “neighbor” written in its place. A second sign bearing the same message was placed in the yard after the original sign had been removed. Police were told that the neighborhood homeowner’s association had allegedly discussed in one of its meetings that the residence was associated with a registered sex offender. The victim stated that her brother is registered and does not live at the address but in Loudon County. Police advised the victim to open a dialogue with the homeowners’ association president and see what could be done about the situation. The victim stated that her family has lived in the neighborhood for more than 15 years. Police added the address to its “hot” sheet.

• Aug. 12: A Lenoir City man reported to police that his vehicle had been keyed while parked at the Regal Cinemas on Parkside Drive.

• Aug. 12: A Missouri man called police for a standby while he exchanged his children with his ex-spouse from Jacksonville, N.C.


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