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• June 29: A Midhurst Drive resident reported to police that an unknown vehicle backed into the brick column mailbox at her residence knocking it loose from the ground.

• June 29: Police were notified by the victim of an incident at I-40/75 East at Watt Road. As victim was traveling down the ramp, the vehicle in front of him threw a rock from under the tire, breaking the windshield. Victim stated that the vehicle in front of him was from an industrial wrecker service.

• June 30: A North Fox Den resident reported a burglary at his residence between June 27 and June 30. An unknown suspect entered his garage and removed golf clubs and bag.

• June 30: Complainant requested officers to go with her to Kingston Pike to pick up her children from her ex-husband. Ex-husband allowed children to go with complainant.

• June 30: A Concord Road resident stated at 6:30 a.m. an unknown suspect shot into her window. Window appeared to be hit three times with a B-B or pellet gun. Complainant made a report on June 24 for the same type of incident, which resulted in the window being completely destroyed.

• July 1: A Federal Boulevard man called to report that while he was having the duct work cleaned in his house a handgun was found in one of the ducts. Unit 602 was notified and the weapon was run through the National Crime Information Center. The weapon was released to the complainant.

• July 1: An East Fox Den resident (who is going through a divorce) reported that while his wife was moving out he and his brother-in-law (suspect) got into a verbal argument. When officers arrived suspect stated they were almost done and he was going to leave.

• July 2: An employee of Uniway on Outlet Drive stated he stopped at his place of employment to pick up some parts and noticed the suspect’s vehicle parked in between the buildings. When the suspect saw the complainant he left heading east toward Lovell Road. The suspect had cut wires to two AC units on the side of the building.

• July 2: A resident at an Outlet Drive apartment reported that she noticed the suspect, an acquaintance of the victim, had money in his hand as he left her room for work. The victim later discovered that her money was missing along with the key to her automobile and her driver’s license. The key to the automobile was secured in the room before the victim retired for the evening. The victim has been unsuccessful in contacting the suspect and believes he is avoiding her because of the theft.

• July 2: Police were notified by a victim that on July 1 an unknown perpetrator had entered the victim’s vehicle while it was parked at Fox Den Country Club between 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. The victim discovered a garage door opener missing from his vehicle, which controls the garage doors to the victim’s home. The victim requested a report for documentation due to theft and the possibility someone may attempt to enter his residence illegally. The victim’s vehicle had no forced entry and did not sustain any damage from this incident.

• July 4: Police received a call from a victim who was involved in an accident in the 12000 block of Kingston Pike. The suspect stated he would pay for damages. At time of accident damage appeared to be minor scratches on fender. Victim drove home hearing a noise and found front passenger side tire bent in. Tire was rubbing on spring and fluid was leaking around axle.

• July 5: A woman notified police that a man by the name of “Darryl” (last name unknown) had repeatedly driven by and called her place of employment at an Outlet Drive business. Victim said that she had gone out with suspect a few times about a year and a half ago. Victim said that about a year ago she filed a report in Sevier County on the suspect when he broke into her former residence. The victim said that the suspect also had driven by her place of employment about a month ago.

• July 5: A Peterson Road woman stated her ex-husband was helping her return a rental car when they got into a verbal argument. After being told to leave, her ex-husband came into her home using his key. Complainant locked herself in her bedroom and told suspect to leave. Suspect left but did threaten to kill the complainant. Complainant was advised the process to obtain a warrant and an order of protection.

• July 5: Police were notified of a theft at Petros Lube located off Watt Road. The complainant stated as he tried to use his key to open the drawer to the register it would not open. The complainant stated after cutting the lock off, he discovered $292 was missing. The complainant believes that one of his employees could be the suspect.

• July 6: A loss prevention employee for Kohl’s Department store on Kingston Pike in Farragut witnessed a suspect removing a new pair of shoes from its box and placing them on his feet. The suspect then placed his old shoes into the shoebox. Suspect then attempted to wear the new shoes out of the store and made no attempt to pay for them. The suspect was confronted by the complainant outside in front of the store. The complainant then notified Knox County police.

• July 7: A Vista Trail woman called police to report some of her jewelry had been stolen between June 1 and June 28. Victim states the suspect cleans her house and noticed the jewelry missing on the June 28. The victim confronted the suspect’s mother about jewelry missing. The suspect’s mother never called victim back with an answer. The victim requests follow-up to try and locate the missing jewelry in pawn shops.

• July 8: A Sonja Drive woman notified police that sometime between July 5 and July 8 her son (the suspect) stole $10 in cash and attempted to break into the safe in her bedroom, damaging the safe. The victim stated the suspect was trying to get money for his drug addiction.

• July 10: A Lake Breeze Road woman reported a theft to police. The victim stated that the suspect was a live-in caregiver for her two children. The victim stated that the suspect quit, left and took several items that did not belong to her. The victim stated that she has tried to contact the suspect but has been unsuccessful.

• July 10: Officer’s responded to an alarm call at The Weigel’s Farm Store on West Kingston Pike. Officers found a chainlink gate to the rear of the business unlatched and a long screwdriver lying on the ground. The padlock and chain were still on the gate but it appeared that the unknown suspect(s) had attempted to force their way through the gate. No entry was made to the business. X-Ray responded and retrieved the screwdriver for evidence and processing.

• July 10: A Farr Road woman stated that she and the suspect had an argument because she wants the suspect, her daughter, to move out. The victim stated that the suspect refuses to leave so she called police. When officers arrived, the suspect had left the residence. The victim was advised of her domestic rights and her options to remove the suspect from the



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