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• April 26: Police were called to the Village Veterinary Clinic on Kingston Pike to investigate a reported theft. A worker at the clinic told officers that another employee had overcharged a customer and then pocketed the money.

• April 26: A landscape worker reported to police that a trailer containing landscaping equipment he had parked behind a Kingston Pike restaurant the previous night was missing. The victim reported to police on April 28 that he had located the trailer behind another Kingston Pike


• April 29: An Oran Drive woman reported to police that she became involved in a verbal argument with her roommate over the roommate owing her money. The victim also told police that the suspect made verbal threats to her which the suspect denied doing. No signs of physical assault to either party were evident. The victim was advised of her legal rights.

• April 30: Police responded to a vandalism complaint from a worker at Cotton Eyed Joe’s on Outlet Drive. The victim told police that she received a phone call from the suspect stating that he turned in his keys to the business to the manager. The suspect also stated that he had destroyed some property inside the business. When the victim arrived at the business, she found two light fixtures shattered. A wooden filing rack had been broken and papers scattered throughout the office. A pipe wrench was used to put holes in a desk. The victim also found a display of beer bottles shattered along with serving dispensers. Damages were estimated at approximately $1,000.

• April 30: Police responded to a Smith Road address where the resident reported a death by natural causes. The body of the deceased was released to a funeral home.

• April 30: A worker at Hardee’s on North Campbell Station Road reported to police that a counterfeit bill had been passed at the business.

• May 1: A worker at the Little Green Garden Nursery in Village Green reported that another worker became very angry and assaulted him. The victim told officers that the suspect kicked him once on his right thigh and struck him twice in the face with his fist.

• May 1: Police responded to an alarm at Josephine’s Old World Pizzeria on Kingston Pike and found the rear door of the business had been pried open. The owner of the business told officers that money was missing from a cash register drawer.


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