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• Sept. 27: Police were called to Walgreen’s on Campbell Station Road to investigate a theft. The complainant stated that the suspect came into the store and was seen carrying a bottle of cologne. The complainant stated that the suspect came to the checkout desk and purchased some grocery items with his credit card and an outline of the bottle of cologne was observed in the suspect’s shirt pocket. The complainant stated that she then asked the suspect about the cologne that he was carrying around earlier and he stated that he had laid it down in one of the aisles. The complainant discovered an empty box and the cologne had been removed. The suspect had already paid for his other merchandise and left the store by the time the complainant tried to confront him.

• Sept. 28: A Hughlan Drive man was observed by police operating a motor vehicle westbound on Kingston Pike at a high rate of speed. The defendant drove left of the centerline several times and his passenger side rear taillight was not in good working order. Upon stopping the defendant, the officer found him to have an odor of an alcoholic beverage about his person, bloodshot glassy eyes, was unsteady on his feet, stated he had consumed alcoholic beverages and performed poorly on a field sobriety test. The defendant was charged with driving under the influence.

• Sept. 29: Police responded to a Concord Woods Drive address on a suicide attempt. The complainant stated that his girlfriend called him and stated that she had taken an overdose of medication. The victim stated to officers that she had taken pills in an attempt to end her life. The victim was transported to Baptist West Hospital by Rural Metro ambulance for treatment.

 

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