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• March 30: A Barbury Drive woman called police and stated that the victim, her husband, had just finished mowing the lawn. The woman went inside the house to change clothes and start dinner. She told officers that the victim told her that he was going to pull some weeds and he would be inside soon. When the victim did not come inside, she went out to tell him that dinner was ready and found the victim lying on his back in the garage, not breathing. The woman called 9-1-1 and began CPR. Emergency personnel pronounced the victim deceased upon their arrival. The woman stated that the victim was taking one aspirin per day and one Prylosec OTC per day. The woman stated that the victim had no health-related issues and had worked on the date of the report. The medical examiner’s office was notified and responded to the scene. The deceased was transported to the Forensic Center by Rural Metro.

• March 31: A Farragut High School student reported to police that as she was leaving the high school after attending a late class and walking to her vehicle in the senior parking lot, she observed the suspect sitting in his vehicle in the upper portion of the lot. Once she reached her car on the lower end of the parking lot, she noticed the suspect driving past her and parking in a space close to her vehicle and opening the door. As she backed out and drove past the suspect’s vehicle, she alleges she observed the suspect performing a lewd act as he stared at her. As she left the school campus, the victim stated the suspect in the truck followed her to the Campbell Station/Municipal Drive intersection where she last saw him southbound on Campbell Station Road. The victim added she could recognize the suspect and vehicle if she saw them again.

• April 1: A Midhurst Drive man reported to police that someone broke into his house and stole a bottle of tequila.

• April 1: An Augustan Lane woman reported that the suspect, her daughter’s boyfriend, began staying with her daughter approximately 4 or 5 days prior. The victim stated that she did not want the suspect, a Lenoir City man, in the residence and asked him to leave but he refused. The victim stated that neither her daughter nor the suspect worked and would accrue bills and leave her the bills to pay. The victim stated that she continuously asked the suspect to leave but he repeatedly refused. The victim stated that the suspect would tell her he would have her arrested and take her to court because he had friends in law enforcement. The victim stated that she finally called the police because the suspect would not leave. When officers arrived, the suspect was leaving the residence with the victim’s daughter. The suspect was told by officers not to return to the residence and that the victim did not want him there. The suspect left the residence without incident.

• April 2: Police were called to a Farlow Drive address where the victim stated that she and her husband got into a verbal argument over his drinking. The victim packed some belongings and left for the night.

• April 3: The owner of Pak Mail on Kingston Pike reported to police that sometime between March 31 and April 3 an unknown suspect removed the air conditioning unit from behind the business.

• April 3: A Kingston Pike businessman reported to police that sometime between March 31 and April 3, an unknown suspect removed two air conditioning units and an ashtray from the business.

 

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