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• March 3: A police officer was dispatched to a Dineen Road address in response to a disturbance. Upon arrival at the residence, officer observed a vehicle leaving the address in question. The officer initiated a traffic stop to investigate. The operator of the vehicle, an Oak Ridge woman, was a witness to the disturbance. While officers were questioning the witness, the victim pulled up to speak to the officers. The victim stated that he was attacked in the suspect’s front yard. The suspect stated that he hit the victim because he was trying to gain entry into the residence. The witness is the girlfriend of the victim. She stated that the suspect came out into the yard and began hitting the victim several times. The victim had swelling around his eyes and lips and what appeared to be bite marks on his back.

• March 3: A worker at the Lakeside Market on Concord Road reported to police that the business had been burglarized. The burglar entered through a bathroom window and kicked open the rear door taking cigarettes and beer.

• March 3: A Farragut woman reported to police that she believes an O’Connell Drive man damaged her vehicle on the driver’s side door. The victim stated to police that the suspect has damaged her car in the past.

• March 4: Police responded to a report of theft from Blockbuster Video on Kingston Pike. The victim stated that a witness called him to advise that he had bought video games from a Monticello Drive suspect. The games bought by the witness are the same games that were stolen from the victim.

• March 4: A Long Ridge Road resident called police to report that he noticed the lamp atop his mailbox had been damaged. The victim stated that a broken golf club was found lying at the base of the mailbox. The victim had no suspect at the time of the report.

• March 5: Police responded to a call from a Campbell Station Road woman who stated that the suspect was there to get some personal belongings and they got into a verbal argument. The suspect was transported to a friend’s residence for the night.

• March 5: A Cedar Lane woman reported to police that she had stored her furniture in a semi trailer behind Cotton Eyed Joe’s on Outlet Drive. When she went to retrieve her furniture, she discovered that her china hutch, valued at $5,000, was missing. An employee of Cotton Eyed Joe’s told the victim that he witnessed a suspect with her property in his truck.

• March 6: The owner of a Park Place business reported to police that he noticed that copper electrical wire had been cut out of the structure under construction. The victim stated the value of the copper wire was $4,000 and no other theft or damage had occurred.

• March 6: A Roane Drive woman reported to police that she had received a new PIN for her credit card but had not received the card. The victim called her bank and was told that the card had been mailed in February. The bank told the victim that the card had been activated from her telephone on March 1. The victim stated that the suspect, her son, had apparently gotten the card. The suspect has been forced to move from the victim’s house due to past theft from the victim.

• March 7: Officers responded to a domestic disturbance call at a Laurel Brooke Lane address. The victim stated she and the suspect, her husband, were in a verbal argument when it became physical. Officers were unable to determine the primary aggressor and both parties were advised of their rights. Officers did not see any visible marks on either person.

 

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