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• Feb. 28: Officers reported they saw the defendant vehicle driving southbound off Campbell Station Road. The defendant vehicle was weaving between the lanes of traffic and driving slowly. The defendant crossed the fog line and centerline several times in a short span of time. Officers stopped the defendant vehicle at Kingston Pike. Officers made contact wit the defendant. The defendant had an odor of alcohol about his breath, glassy and bloodshot eyes and slurred speech. The defendant performed poorly on all field sobriety tasks. The Tennessee Implied Consent Law was read to the defendant and was refused. The defendant was arrested for DUI and violation of implied consent.

• Mar. 1: Police were dispatched to the YMCA. Victim stated as she was leaving the YMCA, she noticed that an unknown suspect had busted out the driver side window and took the victim’s handbag. The victim stated the only thing that was valuable was in her checkbook and the victim cancelled her account.

• Mar. 2: Officers responded to an alarm at the Walgreen’s off Kingston Pike. Upon arrival officers discovered that the chain had been cut off a fenced-in storage that was against the building. After looking in the fenced-in storage, officers discovered that unknown suspects had cut a hole out of the building that led to the pharmaceutical area. After clearing the building, it appeared the unknown suspects did not enter the business. Forensics Unit x-ray responded to collect prints and video.

 

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