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• March 17: Police were called to the West Park Inn on Outlet Drive where an Arkansas man reported that he met a woman and went to her room at the inn. The victim stated he fell asleep for about one hour and while he was asleep he believes the suspect got his room key and went to his room at the West Park Inn and stole $500 from his billfold. When the victim woke up and went back to his room, he discovered his money missing and then called police. The suspect was asked about the money but stated she knew nothing about it.

• March 17: An employee of Jim Walter Homes reported that an unknown suspect entered a house under construction on Boyd’s Station Road and cut out $2,500 worth of copper wiring.

• March 17: A Hodge Road woman reported to police that while she was at Cotton Eyed Joe’s her boyfriend walked in. The victim asked the suspect who he was there with and put her hand on the suspect’s arm. The suspect became angry and shoved the victim in the chest knocking her over into a table. The victim left the scene at that time. The victim advised officers that she was three months pregnant at the time of the incident.

• March 19: A Lansdowne Drive resident called police to Anchor Park on Turkey Creek Road to report that her vehicle had been burglarized. The victim stated she parked her vehicle and started her exercise. When she returned to her vehicle she found the window broken and her purse missing.

• March 20: Police noticed the alarm lights flashing at the Weigel’s store on Kingston Pike. Further investigation revealed that the business was the victim of an attempted burglary. The suspects attempted to gain entry by chopping a hole in the rear of the business. The suspects were unable to gain entry through that location and then tried to gain entry through the rear door but were unsuccessful after damaging the padlock. The suspects also tried to break the motion lighting on the sides of the building and attempted to deactivate the alarm system on the extension of the building. Police attempted to obtain fingerprints but it appeared that the suspects wore gloves. Police took photographs of the damage to the business and the attempted entry locations. Damage to the property was approximately $650.

• March 20: The owner of the Wok-N-Roll on Kingston Pike reported to police that he had been receiving harassing telephone calls. The victim stated that the suspect has called his business on numerous occasions over the past two months making derogatory remarks about the victim’s Chinese heritage. The victim has asked the suspect to stop calling but the calls continue. The suspect was advised by police to cease and desist the phone calls.

• March 20: A Harrow Road woman reported to police that she and the suspect were involved in a verbal argument. The victim stated that the argument became heated and they began pushing one another. The suspect, the victim’s boyfriend, left the residence for the evening. The victim and the suspect had no visible injuries and were both advised of their rights.

• March 20: A worker at the BP Gas Station on N. Watt Road reported to police that a suspect pumped $15 in gas and drove off without paying. The license plate number provided by the victim was not on file.

• March 21: A worker at Baptist West Plastic Surgery reported to police that an unknown suspect took $245 in cash from a locked cash box in the business. The victim stated that the box was inside a locked drawer. The victim stated that the only access to the office after business hours is by the cleaning service, which has access to all offices.

• March 22: A West Kings Gate Road woman reported to police that she and her husband were in a verbal argument over where the suspect’s daughter was going to spend the night. The victim stated that the suspect was verbally offensive toward her and she asked him to move out. The suspect agreed to move and left the residence without further incident.


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