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• June 9: A Woodcliff Drive man reported to police that he had received a threatening voicemail from a suspect with heavy breathing and a message that “You’re going to die in seven days” message. The suspect number comes back to a Sidebrook Avenue man.

• June 11: Police were called to a Kingston Pike construction site after the complainant advised that unknown suspects had broken out the glass in a rear door to gain entry. Suspects made entry into a toolbox that belongs to a sub-contractor at the site. The complainant stated he was going to advise the sub-contractor to file a report. Officers went on-site to take photographs and dust for


• June 11: A Bramblewood Lane man reported to police that a Lenoir City man assaulted him at a North Campbell Station Road location. The victim stated he was meeting the suspect so he could collect $30 that the victim’s cousin owed him. He stated the suspect asked him if he could break a $100 bill. The victim stated he gave the man $70 and the suspect sprayed him in the eyes with pepper spray. The suspect then left the scene with the victim and a witness pursuing. The pursuit progressed into Loudon County where law enforcement officers stopped both cars. The suspect said he was with the victim’s cousin when the victim called searching for illicit drugs. The suspect said he told the cousin to relay to the victim that he had it and to meet with him. He said he met with the victim and received $70 and had told the victim that this money was return payment for some loaned money the suspect said he had loaned the victim in December 2005 and had not been able to collect. The suspect returned the $70 to the victim.

• June 11: A Fox Run woman reported to police that more than $30,000 in jewelry was missing from her home. The victim stated that the suspect and two other males were in her home doing some repair work. The victim stated that she entered the room where the suspect was working and saw him standing beside the dresser where her jewelry was located and later discovered the items missing.

• June 12: A Chaho Road woman reported to police that she had received a telephone call from her sister-in-law stating she had heard the victim’s mother-in-law say she was going to put a “hit” out on the victim. The victim and her spouse are pending a divorce that is contested. The victim stated she has a “no contact” order of protection from Chancery Court against her spouse who, according to the victim, had violated the order 68 times and has been unable to obtain an audience with the judge to address these violations. The victim and her children left the residence for the evening.

• June 13: Police were dispatched to a Butternut Drive address after a resident there told police that he was depressed and had taken an overdose of drugs with alcohol. The victim was transported to Parkwest Medical Center for evaluation by Rural/Metro ambulance service.


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