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• May 24: Police were dispatched to Hughlan Drive. The victim said her husband (the suspect) had gone to their children’s soccer game and had accused her of driving there intoxicated. She said he would not allow her to drive the children home and that he drove them himself. She stated she had one drink and that her adult child had driven them. At the victim’s residence the suspect and the victim got into an argument over the situation. The suspect left prior to officer’s arrival (he has another residence). Reporting officer spoke with the suspect via telephone. He said he called the victim and one of her friends answered the phone, and he told him that the victim had been drinking. He said he went to the soccer field to provide safe transport for his children back to their residence.

• May 25: Police responded to I-40 and Campbell Station Road. Victim stated her vehicle had broken down on the side of the interstate and was unlocked. The vehicle had been taken by unknown suspects. Victim had limited information about vehicle due to recently buying it. Victim advised to fax in proof of ownership.

• May 25: Police were dispatched to CBBC Bank off Kingston Pike. Complainant stated suspects entered bank and attempted to cash stolen check. X-ray 1, Lt. Lee took check and tape. Suspects advised complainant of their names and suspect had his drivers license number on check.

• May 26: Police responded to the Petro’s off Watt Road. Complainant stated that an unknown suspect came in and asked her some questions about the price of a Play Station 3. When the complainant turned around to use an adding machine the suspect left the building with the Play Station in an unknown direction. The Play Station had an unknown game in it. Total value approx. $750.

• May 26: Police were called to Big Tree Drive. Complainant stated an unknown suspect rummaged through his unlocked vehicle. No property was reported taken at time of report.

• May 26: Officer responded to Lost Tree Lane. Complainant stated an unknown suspect opened an account in her name using an old address and phone number. The account was opened with Direct Merchants Bank Master card. Purchases have already been made to the account. Complainant stated her ex-husband still lives at the old address but she is unsure if he did this.

• May 26: Police were dispatched to West Kingsgate Road. Complainant stated an unknown suspect egged her vehicle and home. Complainant stated it appears they may have tried to throw the eggs at a security light on the side of the home. Complainant was able to wash the egg off the vehicle and thinks it will wash off home as well.

 

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