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• April 20: A Lenoir City man complained to police that his property had been stolen from his vehicle while it was being cleaned by a local business. The victim stated that he took the vehicle to the business to get it washed before going out of town. The victim stated that he was at the business around lunchtime and the two alleged missing cameras were in the back floorboard. The victim added that the alleged missing handgun was unloaded and in the center console of the front seat. The victim stated that he did not notice the items missing until last week when he went to get something out of the console and found the gun missing. The victim further stated that he began checking the vehicle and found the two cameras missing. The victim stated that when the vehicle was at the business it was the only time the vehicle had been out of his or his wife’s control. The victim added that the vehicle is always locked and kept in the garage. The victim has contacted the owner of the business.

• April 21: A worker at the BP fueling center on Watt Road reported the theft of $41 in fuel.

• April 22: Police were dispatched to an Oak Landing residence in response to a domestic call. Upon arrival, officers were told by the complainant that she and the suspect had been involved in a verbal argument and that the suspect spat upon her. The suspect denied the charge and the couple were separated for the night.

• April 22: Police were called to the Cotton Eyed Joe club on Outlet Drive in response to an assault claim. Upon arrival, the victim, a Greeneville woman, told police that while at the club, the suspect put a lit cigarette down the back of her pants. The victim stated that when she confronted the suspect, a Clinton woman, about why she did that, the suspect started hitting the victim in the face with her fists. The victim stated that she fell to the ground and the suspect started kicking her in the stomach until security pulled her off. The victim had swelling and bruising on her face and was treated by Rural/Metro medical personnel on the scene.

 

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