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• Oct. 4: Police were advised by a Geronimo Drive woman that a Magnolia Avenue man had violated her ex parte order of protection placed against him. The complainant stated she was on West End Avenue picking up her child at school when she saw a KAT bus coming towards her with the suspect at the wheel. The complainant told officers that the suspect knew her schedule and was not supposed to be in the area in a KAT bus. She stated the suspect allegedly stared her down when passing.

• Oct. 4: A worker at the BP fueling center on Watt Road reported the theft of $32.37 in fuel by the driver of a green Ford Taurus.

• Oct. 4: A worker at a North Watt Road fueling center reported to police the theft of $38.02 in fuel by the driver of an older, red four-door sedan.

• Oct. 4: Police were called to a Newport Road address in response to a domestic disturbance. Upon arrival, the victim told officers that she and her live-in boyfriend had gotten into an argument and she wanted him to leave the residence. The suspect volunteered to leave for the night.

• Oct. 5: A Oakland Hills Point resident reported to police that she was notified by Home Federal Visa/MasterCard that she was over her credit limit. The victim stated that an unknown suspect had used her card in Florida and Chicago at several different locations during the months of July and August. The victim stated she had not been out of Tennessee in 11 months.

• Oct. 5: A Cavette Hill Lane resident’s son reported to police that he noticed unauthorized charges on his mother’s credit card totaling $445.17. A former worker at NHC Healthcare Farragut allegedly admitted to police that she had taken the charge card and used it in Knox and Loudon counties. The suspect had already been charged for theft and forgery of another stolen credit card from a patient at NHC Healthcare Farragut.

• Oct. 7: Police were advised by a Spinnaker Road resident that a suspect, who was staying with the complainant, had allegedly taken 17 checks from her residence and cashed them. The victim told police that the suspect had access to her Social Security number and was checking to see if he had attempted to apply for credit cards. The victim does not have knowledge of where the checks were cashed.

• Oct. 7: Police were advised by an Ashton Court resident that he had taken his golf clubs out of his vehicle and placed them in his garage at his residence. The victim stated that his doorbell rang and a white woman was at the door asking for directions. The woman left and the victim discovered the clubs missing.

• Oct. 8: Police were flagged down by a worker at the Farragut America Cuts salon and stated the business had been burglarized. The suspect(s) had broken out the front door and made off with the cash register that contained about $700.

• Oct. 9: A Houston, Texas, man reported to police that he lost his cellular telephone while stopping at a truck stop on Watt Road. The driver stated he noticed the phone missing after leaving the convenience store and returned to search for it to no avail.

• Oct. 10: A Lindenhall Circle man reported to police that his golf clubs were stolen from the back of his pickup truck while at a Farragut golf club.

• Oct. 10: Police were advised by a English Station Road woman that her flag and flag staff had been stolen from where it was mounted on the front of her house. The complainant stated that someone had stolen all the flags on the street.

• Oct. 12: A representative of Mattress Discounters reported to police that 40 sets of bedding turned up missing from his warehouse. The complainant stated that he was conducting inventory when he discovered the loss. The loss was valued at about $7,000.

• Oct. 13: A Dineen Drive man advised Police that his residence had been burglarized while he was out of town. The complainant stated that a neighbor and witness stated that a white male and female pulled into her driveway and asked for directions to Kingston Pike. After giving directions, the couple left the witness’ driveway and pulled into the victim’s driveway, got out of the Saturn automobile and entered the victim’s basement. The witness stated the two came out with several items, entered their vehicle and left the scene.


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