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• Sept. 6: A worker at the Weigel’s Farm Store at Smith Road reported the theft of $47.34 in fuel.

• Sept. 6: A Pecos Road man reported to police that someone had stained his vehicle with eggs.

• Sept. 6: Police were called to a Village Green Parkway address in response to a domestic matter. Officers were told by the victim that he and the suspect had gotten into a verbal argument. The victim stated the suspect had been recently “kicked” out of his apartment and moved back home. The victim stated the argument stemmed over the suspect not obeying him and the rules of the house. The victim said he told the suspect that if he could not follow the rules he needed to leave. The victim said he asked for his house key and the suspect refused, becoming upset and began to yell at the victim. The victim said the suspect gave him the key and left when he called the police.

• Sept. 7: police were called to the Petro’s truck stop on Watt Road to investigate an accident between a vehicle driven by an Arkansas man and a vehicle driven by an Alabama man. Both vehicles sustained minor damage.

• Sept. 7: police were advised by a Riceville man that his vehicle was stolen from the parking lot of the Petro’s fueling station on Watt Road. Knoxville police arrested a suspect driving the listed vehicle. The vehicle was towed to the Knoxville Police Department impound lot.

• Sept. 7: a Cross Meadow Road woman reported to police that she had been receiving harassing telephone calls from a Harbor Shore Drive woman. The victim told police the calls are mostly at night. The suspect is allegedly complaining about another neighbor to the victim. The victim claims the calls have been going on for some time.

• Sept. 8: a Suburban Road man reported to police that an unknown person knocked out the back window and kicked both sides of his vehicle that was parked at a Concord Road residence. There are no suspects.

• Sept. 10: a Sweetwater woman reported to police that her vehicle had been vandalized while parked at the Cotton Eyed Joe club. The vehicle had been keyed from the front wheel to the rear wheel.

• Sept. 11: police were advised by at Woodland Trace Drive woman that someone had egged her home during the night. The victim does not have a suspect at this time.

• Sept. 12: a Sweetwater man reported to police that he had gotten into a verbal argument with a Virtue Road man when he had gone to his father’s house to pick up some tools he, the victim, owns. The victim stated he was approached by the suspect and told he could not have any tools because they belonged to his, the suspect’s, father. The victim stated the suspect was cursing him and following him about the yard.

• Sept. 13: a Foxford Drive man reported to police that upon arriving home, he discovered his PlayStation and a hard drive from his computer were missing. The victim stated that the suspect called him soon after he arrived home wanting to know where the victim was when the suspect had come by the house. The victim stated that the garage door always remains unlocked and that the suspect had knowledge of this.

• Sept. 14: a sheriff’s deputy was dispatched to I-40 and Watt Road underpass following the claim by a man that he had just been robbed. The victim stated he was at the Flying J truck stop drinking beer with the suspect earlier in the day. The victim stated he left the suspect and went under the bridge to go to sleep. The victim stated the suspect woke him and asked him where his four beers were. The victim stated the suspect said “if you don’t give me five dollars, I will kick your [butt]. The victim stated he refused to give the suspect money and the suspect then kicked him in the face causing a laceration to his lip. The victim said he then handed the suspect a five dollar bill. The victim was transported to Parkwest Medical Center for treatment.

• Sept. 14: a worker at the Bi-Lo grocery store in Farragut reported to police that a $20 bill being passed by a suspect was indicated as being counterfeit by a marking pen used by the store.

• Sept. 14: police were called to a North Campbell Station Road business address to investigate a fender bender.

• Sept. 15: police were advised by the manager of the Blue Beacon Truck Wash that an envelope containing $200 in cash turned up missing. The complainant stated that the last person who handled the cash was an employee who could not remember whether she placed the money in the cash register or left it on the counter.

• Sept. 19: a Trail Head Circle woman reported to police that her vehicle was burglarized while parked in the Cracker Barrel restaurant parking lot. There was nothing reported missing at the time of this report.

• Sept. 19: a Dogwood Valley Road man reported to police that his truck had been stolen from a Kingston Pike parking lot. The complainant advised that an unknown person driving a red and white wrecker towed the vehicle. The complainant said he had permission from the owner of the Kingston Pike business to leave this vehicle in the parking lot as an advertisement for his mulch, firewood and Bobcat service business.

• Sept. 19: a Ladera Circle man reported to police that his vehicle had been vandalized during the night. The victim advised a window had been broken and the inside had been ransacked. No items appeared to be missing.

• Sept. 19: a worker at the U-Haul store in Farragut reported the theft of a tow dolly from the parking lot of the business. There are no suspects.

• Sept. 21: police were advised by at Lanesborough Way resident that a license plate had been stolen from her luggage. The victim was traveling from Knoxville to Mississippi by way of Northwest Airlines when the tag was stolen from her luggage. The victim cannot be sure where this crime occurred and was having problems finding a police agency to file a report.

• Sept. 22: a Lenoir City woman reported to police that her vehicle had been burglarized while at a Farragut car wash. The victim told police that she had gone to have her vehicle cleaned and had taken her belongings out of the vehicle at that time. The complainant stated that there were a few things that she had to get a manager to have done again. The complainant had replaced her belongings at this time. The complainant later discovered that two $20 bills were missing from her child’s diaper bag. There are no actual suspects.

• Sept. 22: police were dispatched to a Farragut Commons address in response to a warrant service call. On arrival, officers were presented an exparte order of protection issued by a Hamilton County Court to be served on the suspect also living at the same Farragut Commons address.

• Sept. 22: a worker at the Texaco convenience store on Campbell Station Road reported to police that an unknown female suspect entered the store and told him that the man at pump No. 1 wanted $10 in fuel. The worker stated he turned on the pump based on the woman’s request. The male suspect then entered the store and attempted to purchase beer and was told by the complainant that he could not sell beer until 6:30 a.m. The male suspect attempted to steal the beer and was told by the complainant to put it back. The male and female suspects left the store without paying for the fuel.

• Sept. 22: police were dispatched to a Rolling Creek Road address in response to a death by natural causes call.

• Sept. 25: police were dispatched to a Campbell Station Road address for a domestic standby. The victim, a Snyder Road man, stated that the suspect, also of a Snyder Road address, refused to return his property and allegedly stated she was going to burn it. The victim and suspect both live at the same address. The suspect stated that she put the victim out of the residence when she discovered he had cheated on her with a couple of different women. The suspect stated she had burned a pair of his underwear. The suspect also stated that she is afraid of the victim due to his size.

• Sept. 26: a Dundee Road man reported to police that he was receiving threatening telephone calls. The victim allegedly received a call from the suspect stating that the suspect was going to vandalize the complainant’s property. The suspect allegedly made comments about the victim’s sexuality.

• Sept. 27: police arrested a Knoxville woman after an altercation with police following a routine traffic stop. The suspect was stopped after officers observed the driver of the vehicle blowing the horn of the vehicle from Concord Road to Lovell Road on Kingston Pike. When officers asked the arrestee for identification and vehicle registration the arrestee became belligerent and began throwing things from the vehicle at officers. Officers ordered the arrestee to step out of the vehicle and she refused. Officers opened the door of the vehicle and the arrestee leaned over towards the passenger-side and began kicking at the officers. While removing the arrestee from the vehicle, the arrestee was still kicking and yelling at the officers. One officer suffered a broken finger during the altercation.

 

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