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• Aug. 1: A Lenoir City woman reported to police that her teenage daughter had a cell phone in a vehicle parked at the Farragut McDonald’s restaurant as the victim, her spouse and the suspect were exchanging children. The suspect is the ex-wife of the victim’s spouse. The suspect allegedly yelled at the teenager to give the cell phone to the supect, and the teenager complied. The complainant stated it was unknown why the suspect wanted the cell phone other than to get information from it. The complainant stated this was the second cell phone the suspect had gotten from the teen.

• Aug. 2: A Loudon woman reported to police that while she was driving by the Two Rivers Church office during a thunderstorm a large tree that was growing on the church property fell on the victim’s vehicle causing damage.

• Aug. 3: Police and medical personnel were dispatched to a Village Green Parkway address to investigate a natural death.

• Aug. 3: Police were called to a Hickory Woods Drive address to investigate a theft. The victim stated he discovered his cell phone missing. The victim’s vehicle had been entered and glove box opened. The victim’s laptop computer and case had been opened. The victim’s wallet was left in the vehicle with $1 and some change from the console taken. Another cell phone and a digital camera were left in the vehicle undisturbed. Reports of juvenile vandalism in the area had been reported.

• Aug. 3: A worker at the Weigel’s Farm Store located at North Campbell Station Road called law enforcement to turn in a “lost” cell phone. The employer of the victim stated that the cell phone case had what appeared to be drugs located under the phone inside of the case. The reporting officer did find a white powder substance that resembled crack cocaine. A few minutes after officers left the incident location, the owner of the cell phone appeared at the location. The suspect allegedly threatened the employees accusing them of planting the drugs in his property. Officers responded back to the original incident location to settle the disturbance between the parties, which was resolved without incident. The cell phone was returned to the suspect minus the white powder substance, which was turned over to narcotics.

• Aug. 4: A Knoxville man called police to the parking lot of Domino’s Pizza in Farragut to report a simple assault. The complainant and the suspect allegedly got into a road rage incident that escalated to the point that both left their vehicles and a verbal argument ensuing. The suspect then allegedly hit the complainant in the head with his fist and left in an unknown direction on Kingston Pike. The license tag on the suspect’s vehicle came back “not on file.” The complainant was advised the process to obtain a warrant.

• Aug. 5: Police were dispatched to a Fox Landing Lane address to serve an order of protection. Upon arrival, the suspect whom the order was addressing reported to officers that he had taken an overdose of his medication and asked to be transported to a hospital. Officers transported the individual to Parkwest Medical Center for evaluation.

• Aug. 7: Police were dispatched to an Everett Road address in response to a theft. Upon arrival, officers were told that several items, including a boat, bicycle, tires, tow chain, tool box and tool set, saddle and a wet suit, were missing. The victim stated he found a note on his mailbox stating that a named individual from Anderson County told two boys to “go and get it,” referring to the items. The identity of the accomplices is unknown and the letter was


• Aug. 7: Police were called to a West Kingsgate Drive address in response to a domestic call. The victim told investigating officers that she and the suspect were in an argument about a car for sale and the suspect became so angry it scared her.

• Aug. 7: A homeless man called police to a North Watt Road address to report a simple assault. The victim stated that he and the suspect became involved in an argument over a cigarette. The victim said the suspect hit him several times in the face. The victim had several physical signs that would indicate that an assault did occur. The victim was transported by Rural/Metro ambulance service to Baptist Hospital West for medical treatment. Officers were unable to locate the suspect, who goes by the alias Moonshine.


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