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• Jan. 20: A Georgetown Road woman reported to police that her bottle of Hydrocodone was missing after a Lenoir City cleaning woman had serviced the house. The complainant stated that she had a partial bottle of the prescription medication and an unfilled prescription at the residence. The complainant stated that one hour after the suspect left, she discovered the bottle and the unfilled prescription missing. The victim contacted the pharmacy alerting the staff of the missing prescription.

• Jan. 31: A Dominion Circle man reported to police that he discovered several of his belongings missing after a local moving company packed his household items.

• Feb. 1: A Confederacy Way man reported to police that he was assaulted by a Farragut veterinarian while at the doctor’s office with his cat. The victim stated that a verbal argument ensued and that the doctor allegedly pushed the victim causing him to fall. A witness to the event told police that a verbal altercation had ensued but the complainant was never pushed.

• Feb. 2: Police were called to an Amberset Drive address on a standby call while the complainant dropped off some boxes and picked up some items for his daughter.

• Feb. 3: Police were dispatched to NHC Cavette Hill in response to a complaint by the daughter-in-law of a resident. Upon arrival, the complainant told officers that the victim’s jewelry, valued at about $71,000, was missing. The complainant stated that the victim often wears her jewelry and is not sure when the items went missing. It was noted that nursing, maintenance and housekeeping all have pass key access to the victim’s living quarters.

• Feb. 4: A worker at Weigel’s Farm Store at Old Stage Hills reported to police that the business had been burglarized. The complainant told officers that the suspect forced entry through two outer doors and the rear brick wall of the business. The suspect then forced entry through an inner security door and stole the safe.

• Feb. 4: A worker at Willow Creek Golf Club notified police that the business had been burglarized after discovering the break-in when reporting to work. Officers reported that the suspect forced entry through two outer doors and two inner doors. The suspects found the business safe and carried it to an awaiting golf cart, then transported it to a maintenance shed. Upon entering the shed the suspect took a blowtorch and attempted to cut into the safe. The suspect then drove the golf cart to the perimeter of the golf course, exited and fled on foot.

• Feb. 5: Police responded to a Georgetown Drive address when dispatchers were advised that a vehicle was on fire. Upon arrival, the victim told police officers that an unknown person knocked on his door and advised him that his car was on fire. The victim stated he put the fire out with his garden hose. The victim later viewed the damage and noticed a tube of accelerant at the origin of the fire. The “tube” was a metal “tooth-paste” tube with an unknown caustic agent.

• Feb. 6: A Florida man was transported to Fort Sanders Hospital after threatening to throw himself in front of a semi in order to kill himself at a North Watt Road location.

 

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