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• Nov. 11: A Lake Brook Boulevard resident reported to police that when she maneuvered the vehicle she was driving onto Newport Road from Kingston Pike, the driver of another vehicle slammed on her brakes and got out of her vehicle yelling. The victim said the suspect approached the victim’s vehicle and stated that: “just because you drive an expensive vehicle doesn’t mean you own the road.” The victim stated that the suspect then stuck a lit cigarette to her neck and burned the victim. Officers noted the victim had a blister with redness on the left side of her neck. The victim said the suspect, a female Newport Road resident, then got back into her vehicle and left without further incident.

• Nov. 15: A Norfolk, Va., man reported to police that his vehicle was burglarized while parked in the Holiday Inn Express parking lot on Campbell Lakes Drive. Missing from the vehicle was a Weatherby 300 magnum rifle, three hunting knives and ammunition. Entry to the vehicle was gained by breaking out a rear window.

• Nov. 18: Knox County Sheriff’s deputies responded to Lot No. 9 on Mallard Bay Drive for a breaking and entering of a vehicle and a trailer call at a construction site. Upon arrival, the victim stated a wallet was found lying on the ground next to the vehicle that was burglarized. The wallet belonged to a Highland View Lane man.

• Nov. 18: Police were summoned to the Cracker Barrel restaurant on Campbell Station Road in response to a strong-arm robbery attempt. The victim told investigating officers that he was standing next to a display table inside the gift store when an unknown black male approached him. The suspect stepped on the victim’s foot. The victim said he attempted to move his foot thinking it was an accident. At that time a second black male approached the victim and pushed himself up against the victim. The victim said he felt the suspect grab at his wallet prompting the victim to yell out that he knew what the suspects were attempting to do. The suspects stepped away from the victim while stating the victim had made a mistake. One of the suspects picked up an item and said he was going to buy something. Both suspects left the store and fled in an unknown vehicle.

• Nov. 18: A Castlebridge Court woman reported to police that her vehicle was burglarized while parked at a business in the 11000 block of Kingston Pike. Entry was made by breaking out a window. Missing was the woman’s purse and its contents.

• Nov. 19: Police were dispatched to Sam & Andy’s restaurant in Farragut after a patron reported that his vehicle had been burglarized. The victim said his truck was parked behind the business while he went inside the restaurant. The victim stated that upon leaving the restaurant he observed the suspect removing power tools from the bed of the victim’s truck. The victim stated he yelled at the suspect who fled in a 1991 Ford Taurus registered to a Lenoir City man.

• Nov. 19: A representative of Mitchell Electric Co. reported to police that several tools and equipment were taken from a storage trailer parked behind the Fresh Market in Farragut. The complainant advised police that the trailer was not locked and a list of missing items was supplied to police.

• Nov. 19: A worker at Fresh Market in Farragut reported to police that several food items had been taken from a storage outbuilding at the business. The complainant stated that the door to the building was discovered open and a lock for the door was missing.

• Nov. 19: Police were dispatched to a Dundee Road address in response to a domestic matter involving a custody dispute. Upon arrival, officers were told that the suspect had relinquished his custody rights to the complainant of a child.

• Nov. 20: A Lenoir City woman reported to Knox County police that a car she had reported stolen was found with a flat tire on Crystal Brook and Deanwood drives.

• Nov. 20: A Clinton man reported to police that his vehicle had been burglarized while parked at the Regal Pinnacle Cinemas on Parkside Drive. Entry was made by breaking out a window.

• Nov. 20: A representative of Fresh Market in Farragut reported to police that someone during the night attempted to gain entry into a locked tractor-trailer parked behind the store. The trailer is used to store surplus items for holiday season business. The rear doors to the trailer appeared to have damage as well as a U-Haul truck parked near the trailer.

• Nov. 21: A Rolling Creek Road man reported to police that someone during the night had stolen several lawn-care power tools from his utility trailer. The victim stated the trailer was parked within a locked, fenced-in area on a commercial site.

• Nov. 21: A Dominion Circle man reported to police that his RV camper had been vandalized. Upon investigation, officers found a small hole in the windshield such as a B-B gun would make.

• Nov. 21: The manager of the U-Haul store in Farragut reported to the police that the business had been burglarized. The complainant stated that an unknown suspect threw a rock through a west end window. The suspect entered the store and made off with a cash drawer, the contents of two other drawers and cash from another location. A video was made of the burglary. No alarms were reported for the location. Missing was cash in the amount of about $800.

• Nov. 22: Police were advised by a Briar Gate Drive man that an unknown suspect had entered his opened garage door and had taken one bottle of wine and two bottles of beer then fled.

• Nov. 22: A Triple Crown Road woman reported to police that the driver of a silver SUV drove the vehicle into her brick mailbox causing damage to the structure. The driver of the vehicle fled the scene.

• Nov. 23: A worker at the Domino’s pizza restaurant in Farragut advised police that he had observed an unknown suspect drive up and take two chairs off the business balcony and take off at a high rate of speed. License plate information supplied by the complainant came back “not on file.”

• Nov. 23: A Deadrick Road woman advised police that she had been receiving harassing telephone calls and text messages from a Crescent Drive woman after the complainant said she had told the woman not to call her anymore two days prior.

• Nov. 23: Police were advised by a Dominion Circle woman that she had been receiving threatening telephone calls from a Crescent Drive woman. The complainant told police that the suspect allegedly said she would do whatever it takes to get custody of a child that the complainant currently has custody. The complainant said the suspect allegedly told her that her husband has a gun and permit and knows how to use it.

• Nov. 24: Police were dispatched to the University of Tennessee Medical Center after Rural/Metro Ambulance Service transported a child there with head injuries. A witness to the injury stated that the child was apparently holding onto the door of the tractor-trailer as it was parked at a Watt Road business when the door was opened. The child came out of the cab and fell onto the pavement hitting its head.

• Nov. 25: A Powell woman reported to police that her cellular telephone was stolen while she was patronizing the Cotton Eyed Joe club on Outlet Drive.

• Nov. 26: Police were advised by a Dineen Drive man that a “dealer” license plate was stolen from a vehicle that was parked at his residence. The victim told police that he owns the car dealership and is issued one license plate per car per year.

• Nov. 27: A Pony Express Drive resident reported to police that someone had vandalized his mailbox.

• Nov. 27: A Louisville woman reported to police that her vehicle had been burglarized while parked at the Rush fitness center on Canton Hollow Road. Entry was made by breaking out a passenger window. Missing was the woman’s purse and wallet.

 

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