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• Feb. 10: A Hughlan Drive man reported that he and the suspect got into a verbal argument over the suspect touching his girlfriend. After the altercation the suspect fled the scene, then returned approximately 45 minutes later and pulled a knife on the victim. The victim’s neighbor called 911. Upon officer’s arrival the suspect fled the scene on foot. The victim sustained no injuries and was advised of warrants procedure.

• Feb. 10: A worker at the Petro’s Fueling Center on N. Watt Road reported the theft of $41.21 in gas. The suspect left in a dark-colored vehicle.

• Feb. 11: An Annandale Road woman reported that her purse was stolen while she was shopping at Kroger’s. The victim told police that she was told by others in the store that two people were seen running from the store but no one was able to provide consistent descriptions of the possible suspects. The victim said her purse was large, black leather and contained a cell phone, Suntrust checkbook, car keys and a black leather wallet. The wallet contained the victim’s driver’s license, approximately $60 in cash and several credit cards.

• Feb. 14: A worker at the Weigel’s store on Campbell Station Road reported to police that a man had driven off without paying for $80 in fuel.

• Feb. 14: Police responded to a complaint from an employee at the Cracker Barrel Restaurant on Campbell Station Road that a counterfeit traveler’s check was used at the restaurant in December 2005.

• Feb. 15: An employee of Baptist Hospital West notified police that she had observed the suspect pull a bag of white powder out of a purse when the suspect was being treated in the emergency room for a drug reaction. Police turned the bag and its contents over to narcotics units.

• Feb. 15: A worker at Petro’s Fueling Center on N. Watt Road reported the theft of $16 in gas.

• Feb. 15: A Bluegrass Road woman reported to police that her live-in boyfriend, for no apparent reason, started hitting her with his hands causing lacerations to her scalp in two locations. The victim’s friend took her to Baptist Hospital West for medical treatment. The victim was uncertain as to suspect’s whereabouts. The victim was very intoxicated and said that she and the suspect had been drinking. The victim was advised of her rights and refused to be taken before a magistrate. After being released from the hospital, the victim was taken to jail for unrelated outstanding warrants for theft.

• Feb. 17: A Sevierville woman reported to police that while she was attending a basketball game at Farragut High School the window on the rear passenger door of her car had been broken and her purse was missing.

• Feb. 16: A worker at the Petro’s Fueling Center on N. Watt Road reported to police that a customer came into the store, asked about gear oil and walked off. While leaving the store, the suspect had a TV in hand and ran out of the store. The suspect was seen on video taking the TV from the counter. Only a partial license plate number of the suspect’s vehicle was seen by the worker.

• Feb. 17: Police escorted a Carnoustie Point man to retrieve some clothing from the victim’s residence. While officers were standing by for the suspect, the victim stated she wanted it documented that on Feb. 16 the suspect damaged the garage door by kicking it and also destroyed her gas grill. Both parties were advised of their rights.

• Feb. 18: Officers were called to a Dundee Road residence for a possible death. When they arrived, EMS had confirmed the victim was dead from what appeared to be natural causes. The victim was not on any medication and had no primary doctor. The victim had diabetes controlled by diet. The victim died in an assisted living home and the caregivers did not know of a next of kin. The body was transported to the forensics center.

• Feb. 18: A worker at the Fresh Market reported to police that he had gone out to the back of the store with other employees to get racks and two white males were loading the racks into the back of the suspect’s vehicle. The complainant yelled at the white males and they got into the truck and left. One of the suspects was clean shaven and the other had a short beard. The complainant was able to get the license number of the vehicle.

• Feb. 18: Police officers were called to a Summerdale Road residence where the victim stated that she had been involved in a domestic matter with her husband, the suspect. The victim told officers that the suspect was intoxicated and belligerent and that during an argument, the suspect pushed the victim. The suspect was gone when officers arrived. The victim was advised of her domestic rights.

• Feb. 18: Police responded to a call at the Lakeside Market on Concord Road where a store employee stated that sometime through the night someone had broken through the back window and entered the store and took beer, cigarettes and other items. Officers observed blood on several items in the store. X-ray was notified and the crime scene was processed.

• Feb. 19: A worker at the Petro’s Fueling Center on N. Watt Road reported that a suspect had pumped fuel and drove off without paying.

• Feb. 19: Police responded to a theft at the Weigel’s Store on Kingston Pike. The victim, a Weigel’s employee, stated she had her Weigel’s smock hanging next to the bathroom in the back of the store. The victim stated when she put on her smock she noticed there were things missing from her pocket. A check stub containing all of the victim’s personal information and two lottery tickets were gone. The victim stated only one person had been to the back while her smock was hanging up. The victim was able to get the suspect’s name off of a check the suspect had written to Weigel’s for miscellaneous items.

• Feb. 19: Police were called to the Pilot station on N. Campbell Road to investigate a complaint by an employee that someone had backed into her vehicle pushing it up onto the sidewalk. A review the store’s video recording confirmed the impact and showed the suspect striking another vehicle. The suspect left prior to the officer’s arrival.

• Feb. 20: A Farragut Commons Drive woman reported to police that she was getting her vehicle washed at the Auto Spa car wash. While she was waiting inside the business, the victim saw her vehicle roll down an embankment. The victim reported that another unattended vehicle inside the car wash bumped hers from behind, pushing her vehicle into the parking lot and over the embankment.

 

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