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• April 7: Police were dispatched to Cotton Eyed Joe’s off Outlets Drive. The suspect was causing a disturbance by driving his truck recklessly through the parking lot. Security at the establishment was able to get him from his vehicle and detain him until officers arrived. Officers found the suspect to be unsteady on his feet, have blood shot eyes, and a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage on his breath. The suspect admitted to drinking but would not admit to driving. The suspect was arrested for public intoxication.

• April 7: Police reported that complainant advised them she was shopping at the Fresh Market in Farragut. Complainant stated she noticed her wallet missing after she left and believes she left it at the store. Complainant advised that she has cancelled her credit cards.

• April 8: Police responded to Foxford Drive on a natural death.

• April 9: Police were dispatched to Wok and Roll Restaurant off Kingston Pike. An unknown person(s) forced entry into the business and stole cash and checks from the register. Entry was made by disassembling the lock from the front of the business door. Nothing else was disturbed.

• April 11: Police reported that complainant stated someone broke the window out of her vehicle in the parking lot of the Rush Fitness Center off Kingston Pike and took her purse.

• April 14: Officers responded to the Petro’s Truck Stop off Watt Road to report an accident involving two tractor trailers. The driver of vehicle number one was parked in the IdleAire section of the truck stop. The driver of vehicle number two attempted to back her truck into the parking space on the left side of vehicle number one and hit the side view mirror with the trailer. Neither occupants was injured and only light damage occurred to the driver’s side view mirror.

• April 14: Police responded to Thorton Drive. The victim stated he was at his front door and heard a yell and then a noise. When he turned to look he saw a VW Beetle drive by. Upon checking his vehicle parked near the street victim found his mirror on the driver’s side broken. Suspect vehicle had three white males inside and appeared to be teens.

• April 15: Police responded to the Petro Travel Center off Watt Road where complainant advised that an unknown person drove off without paying for gas. Complainant had no vehicle or tag information at the time of the report.

• April 15: Police reported that complainant called in to advise that someone had bent the flag that goes to her mailbox. Victim advised that persons unknown have been damaging her property, which is off Augusta National Parkway. They have been damaging her property since January. Complainant had no suspects at the time of the report.

• April 15: Police were dispatched to the Petro Truck Stop off Watt Road. Complainant stated someone drove off without paying for gas valued at $45.

• April 16: Police reported that victim stated since January 2007 unauthorized charges have appeared on his American Express card statement. The charges were approximately $738. The victim does not have any suspects and does retain possession of the actual American Express card. The victim does not have any suspects.

• April 16: Police responded to the Rush Fitness Center off Kingston Pike. The complainant advised that someone stole his cell phone and his wallet from a locker while he was at the gym.

• April 16: Officers responded to Midhurst Road to an attempted suicide call. Complainant advised that his ex-wife (victim) had attempted to end her life. The victim refused to go to the hospital for an evaluation, and was combative with officers and EMS workers. Officers applied wrist restraints for the victim’s safety and also EMS workers safety. Officers followed behind Rural/Metro ambulance to Parkwest Medical Center where the victim was taken for treatment.

• April 16: Officer responded to Campbell Station Road to the Cracker Barrel. The victim/complainant stated that while he and his wife/victim were inside eating the suspect broke the passenger side window out of his vehicle and stole items from inside the vehicle.

• April 17: Police were dispatched to Kroger supermarket off Kingston Pike. An unknown person attempted to pass a stolen and forged check approximately in the amount of $287. The check was declined and the suspect left the store and also left the check. The check was stolen from a residence off Browder School Road, Lenoir City. The check was attempted to be passed by a female.

• April 17: Police responded to the Food City off Kingston Pike. The complainant stated that two stolen and forged checks were passed at the Food City totaling $437.32. The checks were reported stolen from a residence. The report was made in Loudon County. A white female was observed forging both checks.

 

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