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• July 10: Police were called to a Roane Drive residence in response to a report by the resident that a handgun had been stolen. The victim stated he hired the suspect to clean his house and he showed her where he hid the listed gun. About three hours later, the victim discovered the weapon missing. The victim stated that the suspect is the only one who knew where the gun was kept. The victim did not have an address for the suspect, but advised police of the location of her residence. The victim added that the suspect would be leaving the area July 17.

• July 10: Police were called to a Navigator Pointe address in response to a domestic matter. Upon arrival, the victim told officers her ex-husband, who she has a restraining order against, was driving by her house several times. The suspect was gone upon officer’s arrival. Domestic rights were given to the victim.

• July 11: A Kingston woman reported to police that her vehicle had been vandalized by a man from Watauga, Texas. The victim stated she met the suspect at a bar on Outlet Drive and had left with him to go to his hotel room. The victim’s friend was talking to the suspect and when the victim decided to pull away from the hotel, the suspect was hanging onto the victim’s car. The suspect’s pants were torn by hanging onto the vehicle and when the victim stopped the vehicle, the suspect hit the vehicle windshield with his hand, breaking out the windshield. The suspect left the scene.

• July 12: A worker at the Petro’s fueling center on Watt Road reported to police that a watch case in the store had been vandalized and that a suspect had attempted to steal one of the watches. The complainant stated that she noticed the suspect had knelt down beside a watch case. The complainant said she noticed the suspect remove a watch from the case and put it in his pocket. The complainant stated she confronted the suspect and he gave the watch back and fled the store. After further investigation, the complainant said she discovered the plastic cover on the case locked but the Plexiglass cover broken at the bottom.

• July 12: A worker at the Weigel’s Farm Store on North Campbell Station Road reported to police that a woman driving a green minivan, pumped $59.06 in fuel and left without paying. The suspect’s license tag came back to a Mobile Drive couple.

• July 13: Police were dispatched to a Southgate Circle address in response to a domestic matter. The complainant told police that his wife’s ex-husband showed up at his residence to deliver personal belongings to her. The complainant stated that his wife’s attorney had told the suspect not to come to the residence.

• July 13: Police responded to Petro’s fueling center on Watt Road in response to a gas drive off complaint. The victim told police the driver pumped $25.30 in fuel and drove off. The officer was given the vehicle description and license tag number.

• July 14: Police were dispatched to a Boyd Station Road address to investigate a suspicious person. Upon arrival, the victim told police that the suspect vehicle was on his property about two weeks ago. The driver of the vehicle took off before the complainant could question her. The same vehicle showed up on this date, which the complainant thought was suspicious because there is a “no trespassing” sign on the gate at the beginning of his driveway – a very long gravel driveway, the officer noted. The complainant stated he spoke to the suspect and told her not to be back on his property again.

• July 15: A worker at Farris Construction Company reported to police that the grading stakes on a construction site had been damaged. Tire tracks were found running over the top of the stakes. The suspect vehicle was located next to the construction site. The tire tracks in the mud appeared to match the tires on the suspect vehicle. The tires on the suspect vehicle also had mud in the treads.

• July 16: A Virtue Road woman requested an order of protection be served on her estranged husband. Meanwhile, the husband had called police and requested the wife be removed from his property. The responding officer served the order and the victim left the residence.

• July 16: The manager of the Dollar General Store in Farragut reported to police that a white male, 6-foot, 150-pounds, came into the store, grabbed 12 Play Station games and then ran out of the store. The suspect drove away in a white F-150 Ford extended cab pickup truck. The suspect’s license tag number was given to police.

• July 17: Police were dispatched to America’s Cuts on Kingston Pike in Farragut in response to a burglary call. Upon arrival, officers noted that the front window had been broken out. Officers cleared the business and had X-Ray in route to process the scene.

• July 18: A worker at the Weigel’s Farm Store at Old Stage Hills reported to police that a woman, described as white, 5-foot-3, 160-pounds, pumped $43.71 in fuel and left in her silver Cadillac heading toward Lenoir City. The vehicle license tag number was given to police.

• July 18: Police were dispatched to a Hound Ear Point address in response to a domestic call. Upon arrival, officers were told the suspect and the victim are married, but separated. The victim alleges the suspect returned to the residence with their minor child. After the suspect dropped off the child, the victim could sense that the suspect was intoxicated. The victim wanted the suspect to leave but the suspect refused. The suspect started yelling at the victim. The victim called for lawful intervention. The victim would not tell officers why the suspect was yelling nor would she share information about any kind of threats or abuse. The victim was given a family crisis card and advised of her rights. The suspect had departed prior to officers’ arrival.

• July 18: A worker at the Pilot convenience store on North Campbell Station Road advised police that a suspect had pumped $15.26 in fuel and left without paying. License tag information was not obtained.

• July 18: A worker at the Pilot convenience store on North Campbell Station Road reported to police that a suspect had pumped $34.76 in fuel and left without paying. License tag information was not obtained.

• July 19: Police were dispatched to a Willow Hill Court address in response to a domestic matter. Upon arrival, officers were told the victim was at her mother’s when the victim’s husband arrived and began to disable the victim’s vehicle. The victim stated that she felt threatened due to some recent problems between the victim and the suspect. The suspect advised that he was just trying to retrieve some of his personal belongings. The suspect later stated that he was trying to disable the victim’s vehicle by removing the ignition wire. The attempt failed.

• July 20: A Hidden Hollow Lane woman reported to police that her vehicle had been burglarized while at a North Watt Road address. The victim stated that a small dark blue extended cab truck was seen around the victim’s vehicle. The victim later found that her dirver’s side rear window was broken. The victim’s reported that her purse and laptop computer were missing. Other vehicle at the address also had been burglarized. X-Ray processed the scene.

 

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