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• June 7: Officers responded to Farragut Commons Drive on a report of a threatened suicide. The victim was transported to Parkwest Medical Center by Rural Metro.

• June 7: Officer was dispatched to U-Line Transport off Watt Road. The complainant stated that his company was contacted. The suspect claimed that one of the complainant’s trucks was broke down in Knoxville and needed two new tires. The company dispatcher gave the suspect a T-check number for the repairs to be done to the vehicle. Later the company was able to contact their driver and found that the truck was not broken down in Tennessee. The unknown suspect had used the T-check number to take $750 from the victim’s company. This was done without the victim’s consent, permission or knowledge.

• June 9: Police were called to Ida Hertzler Lane. Complainant stated he believes that suspects broke into his parents’ residence, stole items from the residence, then stole his father’s vehicle. Complainant stated he believes that they did it because they stole his vehicle in Scott County. Witness stated that he believes it as well because they broke into his

residence.

• June 9: Police officer was dispatched to Dixie Lee Liquors off Kingston Pike. Victim stated that the suspect took two 1-liter bottles of liquor and stuffed them down her pants then left without paying. Victim stated that he walked outside to confront the suspect and to have her come back inside the store to talk about the theft. Victim stated that when he was writing down the suspect’s tag number the suspect put her vehicle in reverse and struck the victim. Victim stated that the suspect then left east on Kingston Pike. Victim stated that he was not injured at time of report. Victim has video of theft at the store.

• June 10: Officer responded to Kroger grocery store off Kingston Pike. Victim stated while in Kroger someone stole her checkbook. No suspect information. Victim advised to cancel her account.

• June 10: Police officer was dispatched to Derby Run Drive. Victim and suspect are boyfriend/girlfriend and live together. Victim stated that suspect became angry because she hid his wine. Suspect then tore up the house looking for the wine and grabbed victim by the arm and twisted it. Victim’s right arm was red and a little bruised. Suspect was arrested for Domestic Assault. Victim was advised of her Domestic Violence Rights and given a card.

• June 10: Police reported that complainant advised a cell phone was lost at an unknown location.

• June 10: Officer responded to Hickory Woods Drive. Victim advised that she had suspects helping her pack to move. Victim noticed cash and check missing from her pocketbook. Later victim found her jewelry box closed; victim stated box is always open. Upon checking, victim found ring to be missing.

• June 11: A Grigsby Chapel Road man advised police that the suspect had been housesitting while he was in England. The complainant later learned someone had stolen his debit card and had made purchases in Indiana.

• June 11: Officers responded to Aubrey’s off Campbell Station Road on a burglary call. The complainant stated that sometime during the night saw someone cut the phone line, broke the side glass door and stole some gaming machines. They also broke open the cash register. The alarm company called the owner who did not want to respond at that time. The Knox County Sheriff’s Office was called to the scene.

• June 12: A Sonja Drive woman advised police that her housekeeper stole items from her. The suspect had been working for the complainant since February.

• June 12: A worker at the Weigel’s store off Kingston Pike reported to police that a white female drove off without paying for $66.04 worth of gasoline.

• June 12: Officers responded to Kohl’s Department Store off Kingston Pike where the security guard stated that the arrestee and the suspect were trying to leave the store without paying for merchandise valued at $1,083.97. The incident was caught on video camera.

• June 12: Officers were advised by Union Cumberland Presbyterian Church off Everett Road that an unknown suspect smashed the windshield of the church van. The complainant advised that it appeared the suspects had climbed on the hood and hit the windshield with a ball bat or similar object. The van was parked in the church parking lot.

• June 13: Officers responded to Vinny & Me restaurant off Parkside Drive where the victim stated he was taking out the trash and was approached by an unknown white male who asked for a light then struck the victim with a piece of masonry block. The victim stated the suspect then checked his pockets and took his wallet, removing the cash. The suspect ran into nearby wooded area. Major Crimes was notified.

• June 13: Officers responded to a domestic call at a Lanesborough Way address. The victim advised that the suspect had been drinking all day. The victim also stated that the suspect had been making threats to harm the victim while carrying around a large kitchen knife. The victim was afraid the suspect would harm her and/or other family members with the knife. The suspect was taken into custody. The victim was advised of her domestic rights.

• June 13: Officers were dispatched to a Kingston Pike address on a possible domestic violence call involving the suspect’s mother and the suspect. The suspect’s mother said there was no domestic violence involving her and the suspect and said she was fine. A records check through NCIC showed suspect having four outstanding warrants on file. Suspect was taken into custody. Once arrestee was placed in the back of the patrol vehicle, arrestee started kicking the driver’s side rear window in an attempt to break the window. Arrestee was placed in a restraint to prevent him from harming himself and damaging property. Arrestee stated that he has asthma and requested to be transported to Parkwest Medical Center because he thought he might be having an asthma attach. Arrestee was transported by Rural Metro.

• June 13: A McKinley Point man advised police that an unknown suspect has been calling and harassing him and his family. The victim advised he received a call the previous night. The victim advised he contacted TDS communications and they advised to get a subpoena to trap the call and get suspect

information.

• June 13: An Amber Meadow Circle man reported to police that he found the passenger side rear door glass of his vehicle broken out while it was parked in the driveway of a Shadowfax Road residence.

• June 14: A Sonja Drive woman reported to police that as she was leaving Wild Wings restaurant off Campbell Lakes Drive she found an unknown suspect and vehicle had hit her vehicle and left the scene of the crash. Officers observed that the front bumper of the victim’s vehicle was damaged.

• June 14: A Farragut Commons woman reported to police that unknown suspects gained entry to her vehicle and took it from her driveway without her knowledge. The vehicle was locked so the victim does not know how the suspect(s) gained entry.

• June 15: An employee of the Cracker Barrel off Campbell Station Road reported that an unknown person gained entry into her vehicle and stole items valued at $210.

 

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