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• April 4: An Amburn Lane man reported to police that he had gone to the KFC in Farragut to pick up a paycheck. The victim stated that he had gotten into a discussion with the suspect, an ex-roommate, over money that the victim supposedly owed the suspect. The victim stated that the suspect was standing in the doorway of the victim’s car and the suspect punched the victim, striking him on the left temple and ear. The victim said the suspect stated “Now we are even” and walked away. The victim was transported to Parkwest Medical Center for evaluation and treatment.

• April 7: A Farr Drive woman stated to police that the suspect, her husband, returned home intoxicated and started an argument. She stated that the suspect slapped her on the head. A witness told officers that the suspect and the victim had a verbal argument and that there was no violence. The suspect left and stayed with his sister for the night.

• April 8: Officers were called to a restaurant on Kingston Pike where the victim stated that the suspect came to the closed restaurant and in a threatening demeanor made verbal t6hreats to come after the closed business. The victim further stated that he felt the demeanor was threatening toward him and his personal property. The victim told officers he is concerned about the suspect’s demeanor toward him and his wife.

• April 9: A worker at the Petro’s Fueling Center on Watt Road called police to file a report for theft. The victim stated that the suspect pumped $32.31 worth of fuel into his vehicle. The suspect stated that he did not have the money to pay for the fuel and would be back to pay. The suspect never showed up to pay for the fuel.

• April 9: A South Williamsburg Drive woman reported to police the theft of jewelry, movies and DVDs from her house. The victim stated that she had friends to her home for a party. When she woke up the next morning, she noticed the items missing. The victim stated that she had gotten into an argument with the suspect during the party. The suspect has a key to the house and the victim believes that he would enter and steal the items.

• April 9: A South Williamsburg Drive man reported to police that items were stolen from him after a party at that address. The victim told officers he woke up and noticed that his guitar, guitar case and amplifier were missing.

• April 9: A Monticello Drive woman reported to police that the suspect, her grandson, was staying at her residence when items began missing. The victim’s ex-husband found the sawsall at a Kingston Pike pawnshop. The victim confronted the suspect and the suspect admitted taking the sawsall and a drill to the pawnshop and agreed to pick up the items or pay for them but has refused to do either. The victim then started finding that other items were missing and removed the grandson from the residence. The victim has papers with full descriptions of all the missing items, including jewelry valued at several thousand dollars. The victim told officers she is not aware of a permanent residence for the suspect and that he was staying with friends.

• April 10: An Augustan Lane woman reported to police that an identified suspect took a debit card from her purse and proceeded to use it at various Wal-Mart and ATM locations.

 

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