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• Sept. 24: Police responded to a North Campbell Station Road address after a woman stated she found a cooler floating in the creek behind her residence containing bones. The were removed for further investigation.

• Sept. 25: A Clingman Drive man reported to police that he lost his cell phone at the Gander Mountain store on Parkside Drive.

• Sept. 25: Police were called to the Goodwill Store on West End Avenue to investigate a theft from the business. The complainant stated to officers that she came in and noticed that the cash register looked short on money. She stated that she then called the suspect because she was working the night before. The complainant stated that the suspect stated that she took $123 from the cash register to pay for having her car towed and that she intended to bring it back in the next morning. The complainant stated that the suspect called her a short time later and told her that she was in the process of cashing her check and wanted to know how much she owed them. The complainant stated that this was the last time she spoke to the suspect and that she still has not received the money.

• Sept. 26: A Herron Drive woman advised police that cash and jewelry valued at almost $12,000 had been stolen from inside her home. United Mayflower Movers had come to her home to help her move. The complainant advised officers that the suspect kept going to areas of the house where he had no reason to be and she had to keep telling him to leave certain areas. He told her he was looking for the restroom; however, there are four restrooms in the house. The complainant advised that he had a bad attitude. Movers had already left when officers responded. Dispatch advised Teleserve to take this report and complainant called Teleserve after the officer left and advised the telephone number of the driver. The driver advised Teleserve that he did not know the names of any of the movers and that he had found them through Armstrong Relocation.

• Sept. 27: Police were called to a Woodsmoke address at the request of the resident’s doctor. The victim was possibly suicidal. Officers spoke with the victim who was visibly upset. She said she only wanted to get an appointment to see her physician or other care professional for some mental issues. The victim said she was not homicidal but would not state if she were suicidal. The victim was agreeable to be transported to a local emergency room for an immediate assessment by a physician and mobile crisis. Prior to being transported by Rural Metro, the victim’s spouse returned to the residence and transported the victim to Parkwest Medical Center for evaluation.

• Sept. 27: Police were called to a Treyburn Drive residence in response to an attempted suicide. The complainant stated that his wife has recently been depressed about their talk of separation and he later discovered the victim lying on the bedroom floor unconscious. The complainant immediately called for an ambulance. He stated that he also discovered a suicide note written by the victim. The complainant stated that the victim had taken an unknown amount of prescribed medications. The victim was unresponsive and could not answer officer’s questions. The victim was transported to Baptist West Hospital by Rural Metro ambulance.

• Sept. 27: A Plemonts Road woman stat4ed to police that she was checking her Visa credit card account online when she found that the suspect had used her credit card number at different businesses in the Knoxville area. This was done without the victim’s consent, permission or knowledge.


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