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• Sept. 11: A Farr Drive woman reported to police that her residence had been burglarized. The complainant advised police the suspect is an ex-roommate that moved out about two weeks ago and probably still has a key. A witness stated he observed the suspect at the residence.

• Sept. 11: A Cedar Bark Court man advised police that his daughter has been getting unwanted phone calls on her cell phone. The complainant stated that when his daughter gave him her phone to listen, the caller hung up.

• Sept. 12: Knox County Sheriff’s Office deputies responded to an alarm as the Weigel’s Farm Store in the 12000 block of Kingston Pike. Upon arrival, officers discovered the window of the business had been “busted” in the same location the First Tennessee Bank ATM device is located.

• Sept. 13: A Turkey Creek Road man reported to Knox County Sheriff’s Office deputies that he had been contacted by Maryville Police and advised that his truck was used in a theft case Maryville Police were investigating. The victim stated he then went to his equipment lot and discovered that the vehicle in question was indeed missing. The victim’s spouse stated she had been by the lot a couple of weeks earlier and noticed the truck missing.

• Sept. 13: A Winding Ridge Trail woman reported to police that a juvenile girl was missing. The complainant stated the girl was last seen at the McDonald’s restaurant in Farragut at about 4 p.m. The complainant stated she did not know why the girl ran away.

• Sept. 13: Police arrested a Holt Town Road man after he admitted to “peeping” in a window at a Turkey Creek Road woman’s residence. Officers were dispatched to the area following the woman’s complaint, description of the suspect and path he took when he fled the scene. Officers discovered a white male in close proximity to the scene fitting the description, who admitted he had been looking in the victim’s window.

• Sept. 13: A Turkey Creek Road man advised police that his mailbox had been vandalized during the night. The victim stated that the suspect(s) “busted” the post, the T-bar that holds the mailbox and knocked the mailbox down. The victim added that there were several mailboxes vandalized on the street the morning of the report.

• Sept. 14: A Wagon Wheel Circle man reported to police that his vehicle had been burglarized while parked in the victim’s driveway. Missing from the vehicle was a Remington 1100 shotgun. The victim advised police that his Social Security number was carved into the stock of the weapon.

 

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