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• Feb. 19: Officers responded to a report of burglary in the rear of the Fresh Market. Upon arrival, the victim stated to officers that an unknown suspect or suspects had cut the deadbolt lock off of a trailer that the victim was using as storage shed. The victim stated that the unknown suspect took items valued at approximately $1,000.

• Feb. 21: A worker at the Pilot Gas Station on N. Campbell Station Road reported to police that the suspect came into the store and took some items without paying. The victim gave officers a description of the suspect’s vehicle and a license plate number. The suspect called back and said he was going to come back to the store and pay for the items. The victim was advised of the process to obtain a warrant.

• Feb. 23: Officers responded to a call from a Mapletree Drive resident who stated that she was missing several checks. The victim discovered the checks missing when she checked her account on-line. The victim also stated that she saw an older model blue Cadillac in a vacant driveway that looked suspicious. One of checks contained an unfamiliar name and telephone number. The victim was told that a detective would follow up.

• Feb. 25: A Dominion Circle woman reported to police that the suspect, the victim’s niece, started a verbal argument with her over past problems. The victim stated that she told the suspect that she did not want to argue with her and when the victim turned away to walk off, the suspect hit her in the right side of her face breaking her eyeglasses. The victim stated that she then left to call 9-1-1.

• Feb. 25: The director of the Farragut Health Care Center reported to police that an employee was seen with drugs but was unable to account for the items. The suspect was terminated and told not to return to the business except to pick up a vehicle. The suspect became too upset to drive and called someone to give her a ride home.

• Feb. 25: Police responded to the Petro’s Fueling Center on N. Watt Road where a worker reported that the suspect arrived at her place of work to attempt to talk to her. The suspect became aggravated when the victim told the suspect of a new person in her life. The suspect began arguing with the victim. The suspect agreed to leave when officers arrived.

• Feb. 26: Police responded to a complaint by a Dominick Point resident that her daughter’s house had been burglarized and jewelry and coins were missing. The victim has been out of the state for several months with an ill child. A witness, a painter, stated he discovered the incident upon his arrival to the victim’s residence. The witness stated he and a co-worker have been working in the residence for the last 10 days. A forensic unit was summoned to the residence and processed the crime scene. The complainant stated that other items may have been taken but would have to await the victim’s return to Knoxville to verify other missing items.

• March 1: A worker at the Weigel’s store on N. Campbell Station Road reported the theft of $42.15 in gasoline. The suspect pumped the gasoline and drove off without paying.

• March 1: A worker at the Petro’s Fueling Center on N. Watt Road reported to police that a man spit in his face while trying to get away after causing a disturbance at the business.

• March 1: The owner of a construction company reported to police that a trailer containing tools valued at almost $4,000 was stolen from a construction site on Shady Ridge Lane. The victim stated that the vehicle was left at the job site and when he returned the vehicle and contents were gone. Ladders and most of the tools are marked with the name of the construction company.

• March 2: A Woodbriar Road woman reported to police that the night before the suspect pushed her down on the bed and started hitting her with a closed fist on the back side of her legs. He also hit her at least once in the mouth. The victim did have a busted lip but refused medical treatment. The victim was advised of her rights under domestic violence laws.

• March 2: A Lady Slipper Lane man reported to police that two large dogs attacked him when he was in his back yard. The dogs caused two puncture wounds and tore the victim’s pants. The victim refused medical treatment. An officer notified Knox County animal control.

• March 2: A worker at the Petro’s Fueling Center on N. Watt Road reported to police that a suspect had cut packing tape and removed a CB radio from a display near the cash register. The worker stated that the business has an on-going problem with the suspect.

 

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