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• Nov. 25: Police responded to a Farragut Commons residence for a domestic matter. The victim was very intoxicated but stated she was afraid of the suspect. The suspect stated that the victim acts this way when she drinks too much. The suspect decided to leave while officers were present. Both parties were advised of their domestic rights and given a family crisis card. A friend came over to stay with the victim due to her intoxication.

• Nov. 25: A Comblain Road man reported to police that he had left his garage door open during the previous night. The next morning he discovered items stolen from inside his garage. The victim had no


• Nov. 25: A Branford Court man reported to police that he was at his brother-in-law’s residence off Comblain Road and discovered his vehicle had been broken into. The complainant advised officers that the doors were probably unlocked. A missing 9mm handgun was in a lock box.

• Nov. 25: A Broken Saddle Road man reported to police that he was sure that his vehicle doors were unlocked and requested to be put on a property watch due to the fact that a garage door opener had been stolen.

• Nov. 26: Police responded to U.S. Golf off Snyder Road on a report of two suspicious people seen walking behind the business. The complainant, who was staying at the Comfort Suites, stated he saw two young individuals park their car at the hotel and walk behind the business carrying a backpack. The officer then walked behind the business and found two suspects tagging the rear of the building. After the officer announced her presence, both suspects fled on foot into the woods. The officer gave chase and was able to apprehend both suspects.

• Nov. 26: A Dominion Circle woman reported to police that she received a threatening phone call and did not know who was calling her and had no phone number for the suspect. The complainant then stated that the suspect asked her if she had any medication to sell. She then stated that the suspect cursed her out on the phone and stated that she (the suspect) would “make sure she (the complainant) would go down.” The complainant advised the officer she called her phone company and they needed for a detective to contact them for the suspect’s phone number.

• Nov. 26: A Chaho Road woman reported to police that her ex-husband had refused to return their two children by the time that had been ordered per a court order.

• Nov. 26: Police were called to the BP Gas Station on North Campbell Station Road to assist Rural Metro in forcing a bathroom door open. The complainant stated there was a sick man that had been in the bathroom for about an hour and he was not responsive. Once the door was forced open by Rural Metro, they advised there was no one in the restroom.

• Nov. 27: A Chaho Road woman reported to police that the suspect was to bring their two children back to her residence by 6 p.m., Nov. 26, according to the violation order of protection document. Officer verified the document through court records that stated the suspect is to have their children back at the victim’s residence by 6 p.m., Sundays. Officers went to the suspect’s residence and located both children there. The suspect stated to officers that he overlooked the rules on the document and complied on taking the children back to the victim’s residence with officers assisting. The children were returned safely to the victim and the suspect was given a

misdemeanor citation for custodial


• Nov. 27: Police responded to a North Watt Road truck stop where a victim stated that when he returned to his truck he noticed someone had hit his truck and ripped off the passenger side step.

• Nov. 28: A South Williamsburg Road woman reported to police that she needed a police report regarding a debit/visa card that was stolen and used. The victim stated that between the dates of Nov. 6 and Nov. 8 some unknown suspect took her debit/visa card without her permission. ORNL Credit Union fraud department notified the victim of some purchases made in Nashville during the above times that totaled $350. Notification was made Nov. 10. There are no witnesses or suspects.

• Nov. 28: A worker at the Jiffy Lube off Kingston Pike reported to police that a suspect had her oil changed. Suspect then drove away without paying for the service. The oil change was worth $35. Worker stated he had called the suspect’s residence several times, but she had not answered the phone or returned his calls.

• Nov. 29: A worker at Petros Travel Center off Watt Road reported to police the suspect pumped fuel into his vehicle and drove off without paying for it. Records showed the tag did not come back to the vehicle described.

• Nov. 30: Officer responded to SuperPetz off West End Avenue to an alarm. Upon arrival, all doors and windows were secure.

• Nov. 30: The complainant advised to police that they had pulled into a truck stop and noticed a truck that had their company’s tarps. The victim couldn’t advise when the tarps were stolen. The suspect advised that he had bought them in Wisconsin and that they were his tarps.

• Nov. 30: The victim advised that when she got out of the basketball game she found her passenger side window broken. Nothing was taken form the vehicle.

• Nov. 30: Complainant stated to police that he went out to practice with his team at Farragut High School and left his gym bag in the locker room. He later returned to the locker room and his gym bag was gone with items valued at approximately $150.

• Dec. 1: Officers responded to the area of Kingston Pike at Smith Road to look for a vehicle that was possibly driven by a drunk driver. The officer observed the vehicle in the parking lot of First Baptist Church of Concord. The officer pulled up behind the vehicle. The suspect got out of the vehicle and an illegal substance was found on the seat. The suspect did have red and watery eyes and was unsteady on his feet. The suspect’s speech was also slurred. The suspect failed all field sobriety tests given. Suspect stated to the officer that he had taken four hydrocodones and one Xanax.


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