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• Oct. 21: A worker at the Pilot Station on North Campbell Station Road reported to police that a white male driving a red Suburban pumped $12.01 in fuel and left without paying. The worker supplied a license plate number registered to a black Ford Explorer.

• Oct. 21: A Concord Farms woman reported to police that she had legally parked her vehicle on the street in front of a Johnson Corner residence. Sometime overnight, an unknown suspect/vehicle struck her minivan on the driver’s side sliding door, denting it and disrupting the latching mechanism. The mailbox opposite the van was also knocked down. The officer spoke with the resident across the street who said she returned to her residence earlier and her mailbox was intact.

• Oct. 21: A worker at the Food City on Kingston Pike reported to police that she went to her vehicle on her lunch break and noticed her vehicle had been keyed badly on the rear driver’s side door. The victim advised there may be surveillance video available. Victim did not have access to the video until the following Monday at which time she would officers.

• Oct. 21: An Edington Road man reported that he was backing up and struck another vehicle on the right side. The accident occurred on North Watt Road.

• Oct. 21: A driver reported to police that he was eastbound on I-40 approximately one-half mile west of Campbell Station Road when he had a front tire blow out causing him to hit the center wall. The vehicle was towed at owner’s request. No other vehicles were involved. Damage was estimated at $5,000.

• Oct. 22: A Brochardt Boulevard woman reported to police that someone drove a vehicle(s) through the Fox Run subdivision’s soccer field, leaving tracks and tearing up the grass. The complainant also stated someone trashed the pool area in the subdivision. Complainant believes the same person or persons are suspect to both incidents.

 

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