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• July 26: Police were called to a Buxton Drive residence after the owner complained that someone had damaged his screen leading into his kitchen and also knocked over his broom on his patio.

• July 26: A 7-year-old Georgia girl was taken to Baptist Hospital West after a dog belonging to a Farragut man allegedly bit her in the face. A witness to the incident stated that the child went to the suspect’s residence to see if their child could come swim. The victim allegedly bent down to pet their small dog and the dog bit the child in the face.

• July 28: A Butternut Lane man reported to police that his vehicle was struck while in the parking lot at Farragut Town Hall. A witness said that the vehicle driven by the suspect, a Red Mill Road woman, was allegedly maneuvering to obtain a parking slot. During the maneuver, the witness said, the vehicle backed into the front of the victim’s vehicle, which had pulled into the parking lot and stopped. The victim’s vehicle sustained a bent bumper and the suspect’s vehicle received scratches on its bumper cover.

• July 28: An Everett Road man reported to police that he was at the Flying J fueling center off Watt Road when had and the suspect got into an argument over the sale of a horse trailer. The complainant said he had taken possession of the trailer and had given the suspect a horse as partial payment and was waiting on a title to complete the transaction. The complainant said he had spoken with the titleholder in Chicago who told him to maintain possession until she could travel to Knoxville to complete the transaction. The complainant said when he told the suspect he would not pay until he had a title, the suspect became extremely angry, pointed his hand like a pistol and said he was going to shoot the complainant. The complainant said his spouse and children were present.

• July 28: Police were called to a business in the 11000 block of Kingston Pike in response to a domestic matter. Upon arrival, police were told by the victim that she became involved in a verbal argument with the suspect, her husband, over the suspect’s children. The victim stated she got out of the suspect’s vehicle and went inside his place of business with her daughter. There were no signs of assault to the victim. The victim agreed to go home. The suspect returned to his business and picked up his wife and step-daughter and returned home. The victim was given a domestic violence card and advised of her legal rights.

• July 29: Police responded to the parking lot of a Watt Road business to document that a device belonging to Idleaire had been damaged by a truck driven by an Ohio man.

• July 29: A manager at the Petro’s fueling center on Watt road reported to police that a former employee had allegedly burglarized the business. The complainant stated that a former employee had been bragging about having a key to the victimized building. The complainant did not know the name of the individual whom the suspect is allegedly bragging to but will call to add the information if he can get it.

• July 30: An Old Tavern Circle resident reported to police that his daughter had left her purse on the counter in the daycare center at Farragut Presbyterian Church for about 15 minutes. Upon returning the victim noticed that her wallet and its contents were missing. The victim stated someone had used her credit cards at the Weigel’s Farm Store and Food City supermarket in Knoxville.

• July 31: Police were called to the Jiffy Lube in Farragut after an employee reported a rock had been thrown through the front glass of the business.

• July 31: An attendant at the Weigel’s Farm Store on North Campbell Station Road reported to police that the driver of a white, four-door Toyota Camry pumped $41 in fuel and left without paying.

• Aug. 1: A Farragut Crossing man reported to police that a motor home parked in a fenced area at Dixie Lee Liquors had been vandalized. The complainant told police that suspects cut a lock, then cut the fence at the business to get to the motor home. The suspects opened a lower hatch door on the motor home but didn’t appear to do any damage.

 

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