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• Oct. 1: Police were summoned to a Farragut address in response to a strong-armed robbery call. The victim stated that a white male wearing a light-colored hat and dark clothing set a fire outside the victim’s residence door. The unknown suspect entered the victim’s residence and ordered the victim and two guests to get on the floor. The suspect used the victim’s fire extinguisher to put out the fire and used a pool cue to break the victim’s smoke alarm. The suspect then took the victims’ personal property before fleeing.

• Oct. 4: A White Pine woman reported to police that her vehicle had been shot with a B-B gun while she was driving on St. Andrews Drive in Farragut.

• Oct. 4: A Farragut Commons woman reported to police that her vehicle license plate had been stolen.

• Oct. 4: A Russfield Drive woman reported to police that the license plate from her utility trailer is missing.

• Oct. 5: A Ten Mile man reported to police that his vehicle had been stolen while parked at the Cotton Eyed Joe club in Farragut.

• Oct. 5: A Geronimo Road woman reported to police receiving harassing telephone calls from her husband’s place of employment. The woman stated she has a “no contact” order against the man. Officers were unable to verify the order of protection and the woman was advised of her legal rights.

• Oct. 6: A Chesswood Drive woman reported to police that someone had stolen her credit card while she was residing at a Cavette Hill Lane address. The woman told police that she assumed she had misplaced the card until her statement arrived indicating a $350 charge she did not make or authorize.

• Oct. 6: An Oak Ridge woman reported to police that her medication had been stolen from her purse while it was stored at her place of employment in Farragut.

• Oct. 6: A Lenoir City woman reported to police that her estranged spouse was in violation of a temporary family plan. The complainant stated that she and the suspect have a written plan stating the suspect is allowed to have an agent of his choice to meet with the victim to receive their children. The complainant stated that the suspect was at the pre-determined exchange site in violation of the order of protection.

• Oct. 7: A worker at the Petro’s fueling center on Watt Road reported the theft of $45.01 in fuel. The complainant stated the suspect was driving a blue Dodge Caravan and supplied officers with the license number.

 

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