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• Sept. 11: A Holland Trail man advised police that his truck had been burglarized while parked at an area in the 13000 block of Kingston Pike. The victim stated he parked the truck Thursday at about 6 p.m. and returned at 9 a.m. the next morning and noticed the burglary. The victim stated he suspected a former co-worker of the crime due to problems the company has had with him recently. The suspect gained access to the inside of the vehicle by prying the small spotter window out then unlocking the door from the inside. Knox County Forensic Unit officers responded to the scene to attempt to take fingerprints from items the suspect would have touched. Missing items from the vehicle totaled about $1,000.

• Sept. 11: A Wray Street woman reported to police that her husband accidentally threw the couple’s new vehicle license plate away and put the expired one back on their vehicle. The complainant had to have a report to get a new tag.

• Sept. 11: Police responded to a reported goat theft at a Concord Road address. The victim stated her five goats were pinned up inside a fence with a padlock on the gate. The woman stated she noticed her goats were missing but the padlock on the gate was still intact. Three of the goats are male African Pygmy goats with black feet and are grayish-brown. The other two were older goats, one male with horns and the other a female with a white coat and brown fur around its eye. The victim stated she had seen a blue horse trailer around the area that appeared suspicious. The victim added that she had problems with one of the other tenants of the property last week before her goats disappeared. The goats are valued at about $500.


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