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• Nov. 16: A Royal Birkdale Road man advised police that he purchased a vehicle license plate on Nov. 13. He left the plate on his vehicle to be attached to the vehicle. The complainant advised that the license plate was forgotten about and he drove away in the vehicle losing the

plate on the road somewhere in his

neighborhood.

• Nov. 17: An Okema Lane woman reported to police that her husband’s wallet containing cash, credit cards and other identification was stolen from their vehicle in the parking lot of First Baptist Church. The complainant is not sure but she thinks that the doors of the vehicle were unlocked. There was no damage to the vehicle.

• Nov. 17: The owner of a relocation company in Orlando, Fla., reported to Knox County Sheriff’s Office that a driver for his company delivered furniture to the suspect on Newport Road. The complainant stated that the suspect paid the driver with a Comchek. The authorization number was already filled out when the suspect gave the driver the check. The complainant contacted Comchek and was advised that the check number was not registered in the system and the authorization number was not valid. The suspect did forge the authorization on the Comchek. The furniture had been picked up from Altamonte Springs, Fla., and delivered to Knoxville.

• Nov. 17: A worker at the Fox Den Country Club reported to police that on the previous night unknown person(s) damaged the Fox Den Country Club golf course and stole items valued at $1,050. At approximately 9:30 p.m., Nov. 16, two separate members of the Fox Den community reported seeing a dark-colored SUV driving on the golf course, one living on hole No. 8 and the other on hole No. 9. At approximately 7:30 a.m., Nov. 17, Country Club employees found that 16 of the 18 flags were missing from each of the holes on the course. Several beer bottles were littered about the course. An empty 12-pack box of beer was also found. Two electric heaters located in the golf course bathroom had been stripped from the walls. The wires had been cut. Members of the Fox Den community began calling the Country Club to advise that they had found flags belonging in the holes strewn about the streets and yards. Some of the flags were recovered in the Turkey Creek area. At the time of the report 10 flags with poles and two electric heaters were still missing. The suspect(s) drove almost every area of the course and did minor damage to the turf and rutted some of the areas. Golf course employees determined the vehicle entered the course from a cul-de-sac near East Fox Den Drive between Heatherwood Court and Brookline Point. Investigation is ongoing.

• Nov. 17: A Blue Teal Lane woman reported to police that she was driving down Smith Road where Fox Den Golf Course crosses the road and heard something hit her car. She stated that someone in the trees threw an egg at her vehicle. There was no damage to her vehicle and she was on her way to a car wash. No suspect information available at the time of the report.

 

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