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• April 29: Police were called to Lady Slipper Lane for a report of a possible death. Medical Examiners office released the deceased to Click Funeral Home out of Loudon County.

• April 29: Police were dispatched to the Petros off Watt Road. Complainant stated a white male driving a white Ford Ranger pumped $14 worth of gas and then placed the nozzle on the ground and drove off without paying.

• May 1: Police were dispatched to The Rush off Kingston Pike. Victim is an employee at The Rush. Victim advised his personal laptop was on a desk behind the counter at The Rush. He went to check on it and it was gone. He does not have any suspects. Victim advised there is video surveillance of area where laptop was located.

• May 1: Police responded to West Point Drive. Complainant stated that she found a cash box by the back door of her place of employment. Complainant stated that she did not touch a thing and immediately went in her place of employment to call 911. The cash box contained one roll of quarters and a few loose coins; a receipt sheet was found in close proximity to the box. No definite identifiers were on the street in order to advise anyone of whom it may belong to at the time. Property was taken to Knox County Sheriff’s Office.

• May 2: Police responded to Dollar General off Kingston Pike. Complainant saw two unknown males, one white male and one black male park their red small pick-up truck behind the Farragut Dollar General. Suspects entered store through front door and came to cash register with two small items of candy to purchase. When witness opened cash drawer, white male grabbed cash from register. Both suspects then ran from store.

• May 4: Police were called to Pony Express Drive. Complainant advised that the suspect called her home in the morning and then called her home four more times. Suspect has called several times before and has been told not to call anymore, but keeps calling back.

• May 3: Police were dispatched to Home Federal Bank off Parkside Drive on an alarm called in by ADT. Property and premises were checked. No obvious signs of criminal activity were found. There have been no prior alarms.

• May 3: Police were dispatched to Petros off Watt Road. Complainant advised unknown suspect pumped $20 worth of gasoline and left without paying.

• May 4: Police responded to Southwick Circle. Complainant stated someone had stolen her trailer from her residence. Trailer was sitting outside. No suspects at this time.

• May 4: Police were called to Barnsley Road. Complainant advised that someone had stolen items from the house that is under construction. There are no addresses at the new subdivision. The items were chained together in a garage. The garage was not locked down at the time of the theft. No suspects.

• May 5: Police were called to Parkside Drive. Complainant advised person(s) unknown gained entry into her work vehicle by breaking the passenger side front window by unknown means. Items were stolen from the vehicle.

• May 5: Police were dispatched to Pilot gas station off Lovell Road. Complainant advised that a vehicle drove off without paying for gasoline. Complainant advised the vehicle had a temporary tag on it and was unable to get a complete description of the suspect.

• May 5: Officers were dispatched to Kingston Pike to the Weigel’s convenience store on a robbery call. The victim stated that the incident occurred on the shoulder of the roadway just west of Everett Road. The victim stated two white males in their mid-30s to mid-40s approached him and started beating him while he was waiting for his car to cool down. The victim stated that the suspects were driving a pick-up truck that he thought looked like a late 1970s model Ford. It had a white front fender on the right side. The victim stated that one of the suspects hit him in the cheek and also knocked one of his teeth out, and then took his wallet. The victim was able to walk to the Weigel’s to use the telephone to call 911. Detective Moore was notified. The victim was transported to Baptist West to be evaluated.

• May 5: Police responded to Fox Den Country Club off Fox Den Drive. Suspects had taken one of the tractors that belong to the country club and drove across the driving range, before running into a barrier netting. The tractor tore a hole in the netting with one of its tires. Complainant stated that one of his managers called him after finding the tractor and that a resident had alerted the manager that he heard the suspects say they didn’t know how to stop the tractor. The netting is used to keep golf balls from hitting homes near the driving range.

• May 6: Police responded to Parkside Drive. Complainant stated someone gained entry into his vehicle by prying the door open. In the process they bent the door and broke the window out. Then they took the complainant’s wife’s purse.

• May 7: Police were called to Fox Den Drive. Complainant advised she lost her medications in the parking lot of Fox Den Country Club.


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