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• July 6: A woman off Shadowfax Road reported to police that a necklace and earrings were stolen from her home by a person who works for a cleaning agency and was cleaning her home. The jewelry was discovered to be missing on the afternoon that the person cleaning her home had left her house.

• July 6: A Forest Heights Road woman reported to police that someone had stolen the license plates off her vehicle while she was at work. There were no suspects.

• July 6: A Lindenhall Circle woman reported to police that an unknown suspect broke into her van and stole her property.

• July 6: A Midhurst Drive woman reported to police that her son became angry over some insurance issues they were discussing regarding his deceased father. The woman became scared of the victim’s attitude and called 911. Both parties were separated and the victim was advised of her rights. The suspect was transported to another location for a cooling off


• July 6: Police were dispatched to a residence off Old Colony Parkway because an unknown suspect had placed and exploded fireworks in a mailbox. The mailbox was damaged beyond repair and had residue from the fireworks inside. The victim said his mailbox had been damaged several times prior to this.

• July 7: Officers responded to a dispute between a woman and her husband off Chaho Road due to a verbal dispute. The suspect stated that he had snatched the covers off the victim while she was lying in the bed and had pursued her around the home, trying to get a cell phone back from her. The victim stated that she was fleeing from the suspect in fear of him possibly physically harming her and she ran to a neighbor’s home to call 911. The suspect was in violation of an issued protective order due to the potential for violence. Suspect was taken into custody without incident.

• July 7: A suspect was arrested at Kohl’s Department Store by its security. The defendant stole $711.60 worth of clothing and was transported to the detentioff facility by Knox County Sheriff’s officers.

• July 8: A Brookstone Drive woman reported to police that her vehicle was broken into via smashing the passenger side rear window. Items were taken. No suspects at this time.

• July 8: A Cynthia Lane woman reported to police that she returned home to find the back door of her residence had been pried open and items removed from her home.

• July 9: A construction company worker reported to police that a suspect entered a construction site and stole copper wiring from the home. They possibly used wire cutters to cut the gate around it.

• July 9: An employee of a church reported to police that unknown suspects forcibly entered a front downstairs window of a church youth house and several items valued at $2,397 were taken.

• July 10: A worker at Petro’s Truck Stop, Watt Road, reported to police that an unknown suspect got $30.04 worth of gas in his car and drove off without paying.

• July10: A Pheasant Ridge Trail woman reported to police that she was a victim of theft at the a store in Turkey Creek. She could not verify if the stolen items were in her purse or in her vehicle. The store was contacted to check their security tapes for the time she was there. The victim advised that the suspect(s) cashed a check for $250 by forging her name.

• July 11: Officers responded to a vandalism report off Kingsgate Road of two mailboxes that were side by side. The victim was advised by a neighbor that sometime during the night someone had set the mailboxes off fire. Both mailboxes were destroyed and there are no suspects in this incident.

• July 11: A Foxford Drive man stated to police that neighbors have repeatedly called the Sheriff’s Office making false accusations concerning his son. The suspects have said that the son is unruly: playing in the street, left alone frequently and pointing guns at neighbors. The complainant states that on these occasions his son has been in his presence, often times not even at home.

• July 11: A Chancellors Lane man advised police that someone got into his locked vehicle and stole various items via the driver’s front manual window, which was pried down for entry into the vehicle. There are no suspects.

• July 11: A man off Everett Road advised police that an unknown suspect forced open the rear door to his residence and stole various items from his property.

• July 11: Officers responded to a report of a damaged vehicle off Lanesborough Way. An unknown person, apparently from another vehicle, had damaged his pickup truck off the passenger side, rear quarter panel, causing considerable damage. The victim does not now know when the damage occurred, but has every intention of getting his vehicle fixed.

• July 11: A Belleaire Drive woman stated to police that when she returned home she noticed items missing from her vehicle. Complainant stated the theft happened sometime after she got home and possibly overnight.


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