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• Mar. 2: Police reported that complainant, officer manager for the victim of Farragut Medical Center, stated she had received a call from a collection agency that an ex-employee had leased a Dell laptop using victim’s name and tax number and that the victim owed $811.01 past due bill. Victim did not enter into any lease and does not have a laptop.

• Mar. 2: Officer was dispatched to Campbell Station Road to investigate a theft from Walgreen’s. Upon arrival, the reporting officer met with the complainant. He stated that the suspect came into the store and purchased a prescription for her son at the pharmacy counter. The suspect walked through the store and took the radio off the shelf. The suspect then left the store without paying for the item. The suspect was identified by her signature for the prescription. Walgreens does possess a security video of the suspect committing the illegal act.

• Mar. 2: Officers responded to a natural death at Augusta National Way. The complainant stated that she found the victim in the bedroom unresponsive. The victim was released to Clicks Mortuary no further incident occurred.

• Mar. 4: Police officer responded to Baptist Hospital West off Parkside Drive. Victim stated that while she was at work, unknown suspect(s) broke into her vehicle and several items. She stated she did not know how they got into the vehicle since there was no visible damage to the car and the doors were locked. The ignition was damaged when the stereo was taken out, but it is unknown the cost to fix the vehicle. Caller was advised to call back with the cost of the repair.

• Mar. 4: Officers responded to the Weigels on Kingstoff Pike on a report of a burglary in progress after the alarm had sounded. The witnesses were passing the business when they noticed a tan Oldsmobile in front of the business and a suspect exiting the business. Witness followed the vehicle east on Kingston Pike then south on Virtue Road until officers could respond. Officers stopped the vehicle on Virtue Road across form Turkey Creek Road and detained the suspects. When officers looked in the vehicle to insure no more occupants were present they witnessed several bags containing cartons of cigarettes in the back seat. Officers responded to the Weigels and noticed the front door glass had been broken out by a rock and several cigarette cartons were missing. The value of the cartons of cigarettes was $1,320. Officers transported both suspects to the City County Building where they were interviewed by Unit 517 (Webb). Suspect had outstanding warrants on file through Knox County.

• Mar. 4: Police Officer responded to Fretz Road after the victim had been involved in a verbal argument with her husband. Upon officers’ arrival, victim stated that she and her husband were in the process of a divorce. Both parties had started to argue over property and other issues when the victim locked herself in a bathroom. Suspect then used a key to unlock the door. Both parties continued to argue when the suspect cursed at the victim and spit in her face. Victim then left the residence and went to her aunt’s home. Victim was not injured and stated that she would call if she needed to go back to the residence. Victim was advised of her legal rights and remedies.

• Mar. 4: Police reported that the victim called to report that the suspect was at the residence off Red Mill Road and was out of control. The victim advised that the suspect came home after using narcotics and began arguing with the victim. The suspect stated to the victim, “I’ll kick your ass!” The victim said she was in fear for her safety. The suspect was transported to a separate location to meet a friend.

• Mar. 5: Police reported that the victim stated that she left her wallet on top of her car and she drove off without noticing. She advised she had already notified bank.

• Mar. 5: Police were dispatched to Fleet Feet Sports off Parkside Drive. The victim stated he had the listed trailer parked in a parking space at the back of his business. Last date unknown person(s) stole the

trailer.

 

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