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Sept. 17: A worker at Mr. Gas on Kingston Pike in Farragut reported to police that the business had been robbed by an armed suspect. The complainant stated that a white male approached the counter and demanded money from the cash register. The suspect was armed with a knife. The complainant stated she opened the register and the suspect reached over the counter and grabbed the money, then ordered the complainant to lay on the floor. The suspect fled the business in an unknown direction. No suspect vehicle was observed. The business is equipped with surveillance cameras and the tape was collected as evidence.

Sept. 17: Police responded to a domestic matter on Concord Road. The complainant reported to police she was breaking up with her boyfriend and that they had been in an altercation. She stated they had been arguing and the relationship ended. The victim said the suspect struck her Volvo as he was leaving. The car had a large dent on the passenger side rear from an impact. The suspect said the victim attempted to block her in the driveway as he left and pulled into the path of his vehicle. The suspect was not present during the interview.

Sept. 18: Police were advised by a Shoffner Mechanical Contractor representative that and office trailer and a construction trailer parked on a Parkside Drive work site had been burglarized. Several tools were missing. The loss was estimated to be $4,800.

Sept. 19: Police were dispatched to an Admiral Road address in response to a domestic matter. The victim told police that she had received a threatening phone call from her sister whom she had police make a welfare call upon after receiving a call from her the previous evening in what, the victim described, as a highly intoxicated state. The welfare check prompted the suspect to call this evening and threaten the victim for having police come to her residence. The victim asked officers to call the suspect and request the suspect make no more calls to the victim.

 

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