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• July 22: A Virtue Road resident called police after efforts to get his boat trailer returned were met with heavy cursing. The complainant said he gave the suspect permission to take a boat from the victim’s property. The suspect took the boat and the trailer it was on. The complainant said he had contacted the suspect about returning the trailer several times and was cursed heavily on his last phone call and believes the suspect intends to keep the trailer.

• July 22: Police were dispatched to Village Green to investigate a death by natural causes.

• July 24: Police were placed on standby at the request of a Michigan man who was attempting to retrieve personal belongings from a Willow Hill Court address. The man’s estranged wife was not at the address and the man was unable to gather his

belongings.

• July 25: A Thornton Drive resident reported to police that someone had used his Social Security number without his permission. The victim stated he requested a credit report and it showed that someone has electric and gas services in California using his Social Security number.

• July 25: Police responded to a business in the 11000 block of Kingston Pike following a complaint by one of the tenants that her vehicle had been vandalized. The victim stated that the suspect, a worker at a local pizza restaurant, allegedly had been in the parking lot throwing paintballs and one had splattered on her vehicle. The suspect did admit to the officer that he was at fault. The suspect gave the victim money to get her vehicle detailed. The victim was advised of her rights.

• July 27: An officer with the Knox County Sheriff’s Office responded to a theft call at a Black Powder Drive address. Upon officer’s arrival, the victim stated she hired the suspect, a Kingston man, to do some remodeling to the outside of her residence and he has not finished the work but has already been paid $5,000. The suspect allegedly has taken $800 worth of materials paid for by the victim.

 

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