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• Jan. 1: Police officers responded to a call at The Rush where the victim stated that the suspect took his keys and watch from his locker while the victim was exercising. The victim stated the suspect then fled on foot. The suspect was not located but officers were able to recover the stolen items and returned them to the victim.

• Jan. 8: A Augusta National Way woman reported to police that someone had driven by her home and thrown a large rock damaging her mailbox.

• Jan. 15: A Cobb Lane resident advised police that several tools had been taken from his home. The value of the loss was about $6,000.

• Jan. 17: Knox County Sheriff’s Office deputies responded to a Ridgeland Drive address after receiving a call that someone had fired shots into an occupied dwelling. The victim stated that at about 3 a.m. he heard a loud bang and discovered a bullet hole in the outside bedroom wall. Upon arrival, officers discovered an exit bullet hole coming from a nearby dwelling. Police attempted unsuccessfully to make contact with the resident. Officers discovered the dwelling was unsecured and entered to perform a welfare check. Officers found a bullet hole going from the upstairs bedroom through the bathroom and through the tub. No one was at the dwelling.

• Jan. 18: A worker at All Styles Grooming reported to police that someone had broken out a window in the basement of the business and gained entry during the night. Missing from the business was about $15 in change.

• Jan. 19: An Abbey Mist Drive woman reported to police that she had approached the customer service desk at Kohl’s department store and had laid her purse on the counter and placed her child’s jacket on top of the purse. The victim stated she turned away for a few minutes to tend to her child. Upon returning to the counter, the victim discovered her wallet missing from her purse. Store video surveillance cameras recorded a Lenoir City woman moving the victim’s belongings. The suspect was recorded attempting to return an item of significant value that required a corporate check to be issued. The suspect was required to provide identification for the refund. The information was turned over to the police.

• Jan. 19: A worker at Virtue Road Cumberland Presbyterian Church reported to police that someone had driven their vehicle through the church yard and fence causing

damage.

• Jan. 23: Police were dispatched to a Laurel Brooke Lane address to investigate a simple assault claim. Upon arrival, the victim told officers that she and the suspect were in a verbal argument. Officers advised the couple of their rights. Later, the same evening, officers again responded to the address to investigate an assault claim. Officers were unable to determine the aggressor and the suspect left to stay with a friend for the night.

• Jan. 23: A Meadow Pointe Drive man reported to police that he suspected forgery on his credit card. The victim told police the suspect lives with him but recently has had a drug problem. The victim said he received a statement from Kohl’s department store claiming the victim had charged $1,640 in merchandise. It was at this time the victim realized the credit card was missing. The suspect also is on record and being sought for allegedly stealing the victim’s vehicle.

• Jan. 25: A Kodak woman reported to police that her vehicle had been burglarized while parked at a friend’s home on Comblain Drive. The victim stated that she was at the residence for about two hours when she left and found that the window of her vehicle had been broken out and her purse was missing.

• Jan. 25: An employee of Two Rivers Church reported to police that an unknown suspect had removed a utility trailer from the church without permission. The value of the loss was estimated to be about $3,000.

• Jan. 25: Police responded to a Peterson Road address in response to a domestic matter. Upon arrival, the victim told officers that she and the suspect, her ex-husband, were in an argument. The suspect refused to leave until the victim called for police. The suspect was gone when officers arrived.

• Jan. 26: Police were dispatched to a Dineen Drive address in response to a domestic matter. The victim stated she and the suspect had gotten into a verbal argument. Both parties stated no physical violence occurred and both refused transportation.

• Jan. 27: Police were called to the United Community Bank on Kingston Pike in Farragut to investigate a check forging. The complainant stated that the suspect, her boyfriend, stole a check from her checkbook and took it to her bank to cash it without her permission. The bank cashed the check for $150.

• Jan. 29: A worker at Travel Centers of America on Watt Road reported the theft of $20.01 in fuel.

 

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