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• June 26: A Wells Fargo Drive woman stated to police that she was notified by the telephone company about a outstanding phone bill. The victim learned that an unknown person had used her first name, previous married name and her Social Security number to get a telephone installed. The victim stated it had been 10 years since she had used the previous married name. The victim was advised that the phone was installed during the month of December 2006. The disputed phone number has been

disconnected.

• June 26: A Banbury Road man stated to police that his ex-wife still resides with him and he came home and noticed that the victim had packed all her clothes and left the residence in her vehicle. The victim has not been seen or heard from since then. The victim is on medications unknown to the complainant. Complainant provided a picture

• June 26: A West Ashton Court man reported to police that an unknown suspect broke the window on his vehicle and took a handgun, which was located between the seats.

• June 27: The victim told police that he last had his cell phone while at the Mellow Mushroom off Campbell Station Road. When he got home, he didn’t have the phone. He was required by his cellular company to file a report before it could be replaced.

• June 27: Complainant advised police that while she was gone to work she left her car parked in the Food City parking lot off Kingston Pike and an unknown person stole her catalytic converter.

• June 27: A worker at Shoney’s off Lovell Road reported to police that four white males ate at the restaurant and left without paying. The restaurant has the suspects on camera and does not want to prosecute. Approximately $40 worth of food was stolen. The suspects left in a black car.

• June 27: A suspect admitted to taking approximately $2,300 in cash from his employer, Walgreens off Kingston Pike, in the past several months. The victim provided a voluntary written statement from the suspect admitting the theft. The victim also has video surveillance of the suspect stealing the money.

• June 27: The victim stated that an unknown person cut and stole part of the exhaust system off his truck which was parked in the parking lot of First Baptist Church Concord off Kingston Pike.

• June 27: A Beacon Tree Lane woman stated to police that she began receiving calls from a female claiming to be calling on behalf of Blockbuster. The victim said the caller told her that if she didn’t return the movies, she would be charged full price. The victim advised she did not have an account with Blockbuster nor had she rented any movies. She said the female never called her by name nor did she identify herself by name. The victim advised she contacted a manager at the Blockbuster off Kingston Pike after the first call. She said he told her he would remove her phone number from that account. The victim had another message on her answering machine from the same female again threatening to charge full price if she didn’t return the movies. The victim stated she called the manager back at the Kingston Pike Blockbuster and was told no one from their store had called her again. She said he referred her to the Cedar Bluff store and they also said they had not contacted her. The victim was given a name as being the person on the account with the victim’s telephone number. The victim advised she did not know this person. The victim spoke with the telephone company and was advised to file a report.

• June 28: A Monticello Drive woman advised police that the license plate from her vehicle is missing. She advised that she did not know it was missing until someone told her that the plate on her vehicle was expired. She came to get her new plates and discovered that the plate that is on her vehicle has expired and is not the one registered to her vehicle.

• June 29: Police officer observed the suspect behind the Wal-Mart store in Turkey Creek walking around the back of the store with a small flashlight. The suspect said he was picking up cardboard boxes to pack things in. The suspect gave permission to search his truck. Officers noted two pairs of clean white gloves in the front seat of the truck.

• June 29: Complainant stated to police that his company van was parked in the parking lot of a Kingston Pike church when someone punched a hole in the gas tank of the vehicle and damaged the catalytic converter on the vehicle. There was no apparent entry into the vehicle and no suspects.

• June 30: Police responded to Auto Spa off Kingston Pike where the complainant advised that a vehicle drove off without paying for gasoline. The vehicle went westbound on Kingston Pike.

 

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