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• May 26: Officer responded to Sugarwood Drive. Complainant stated an unknown suspect took vehicle from the driveway of the home. Complainant stated the vehicle was possibly left unlocked and may have had an extra key in the glove box.

• May 29: Police responded to Dundee Road. Complainant advised that she forgot and left her purse with its contents in the garage. When she went to get the purse at a later time the purse with its contents had been stolen.

• May 29: Police were called to Kingston Pike. Victim stated that he would not pay the suspect for a week’s pay due to a civil contract. After the suspect left she went outside the business and spit on the hood and kicked the left front headlight, causing a scratch on the plastic lens.

• May 29: Police were dispatched to Butternut Circle. Complainant advised that her daughter who is 18 stayed out later than she was supposed to and complainant told her that she still had to be home by midnight. The daughter left her mother a note telling her that she was leaving home and apparently left and has not been seen or heard from since. She did not show up for work either.

• May 29: Police officer responded to the BP gas station off Watt Road. The complainant stated that an unknown female asked for some cigarettes. When she received the cigarettes, she ran out of the business without paying and left the area. No further incident occurred.

• May 31: Police were dispatched to the Walgreens pharmacy off Kingston Pike. Complainant advised unknown suspect(s) entered the store and took items from the store. The male carried the backpack out of the store on his shoulder. One female was heavy set wearing a skirt and top with sandals or flip flops. The other female was younger and smaller in size, but complainant was unable to get a good description. The male was a thin, tall male, wearing a beret cap with a bill on it. He was also wearing a t-shirt and brand new Nike shoes. The car was parked in front of the store and they were able to obtain a partial tag.

• May 31: Officer was called to West End Avenue. Police were advised that suspect did use a Visa credit card belonging to the complainant in the amount of $18.41 at TCBY off West End Avenue. The credit card was left at Kentucky Fried Chicken off Kingston Pike by mistake after she ordered food at the business. The suspect did also use the card at Kentucky Fried Chicken in the amount of $5. The suspect did give a statement that he used the card at both places and that he did forge the cardholders name.

• June 1: Police were dispatched to Battlefront Trail. Complainant advised his wife has been receiving harassing phone calls from the suspect since 2006 and continuing until the present. She has received approximately 98 phone calls since they began. This situation stems from a neighborhood association board election. The suspect was not satisfied with the election results and thus started calling the victim repeatedly. The suspect calls so frequently that the victim has gotten to the point she cannot answer the phone. She has upgraded to Call Block List through the phone company. The victim stated the suspect has also been sending e-mails to other residents of the neighborhood saying that she lies about neighborhood business in order to further her own agenda. Victim stated this was simply not true. As a result of the harassment, the victim is in fear of her safety and the safety of her family. Victim and complainant were advised on prosecution and would like a follow-up with detectives.

• June 2: Police responded to Old Tavern Circle. Complainant advised unknown suspect(s) rolled her front yard with toilet paper. Complainant stated this has happened several times recently and when suspect(s) finished rolling the yard, suspect(s) knocked loudly on her front door. Complainant advised she would not like to list any suspect information at this time.

• June 2: Officer was dispatched to the CVS pharmacy off Kingston Pike on an alarm call. All entry ways to this business were checked as well as the perimeter. All was found to be secure. CVS Alarm is the company with four priors this year.


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