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• July 27: An unknown male suspect entered a store off Watt Road after the pump he was using declined his credit card. The suspect handed the card to the clerk and returned outside and pumped the fuel. The complainant ran the credit card and it was declined. The complainant states when he looked up, the suspect was pulling away from the pump. The suspect drove off in a red Toyota Corolla. The complainant was able to obtain tag information and the event is on store cameras. Complainant was unsure if the credit card belonged to the suspect or if it was stolen. The complainant then called again and advised that the suspect had returned and paid for the fuel.

• July 28: A Hardwick Lane man stated to police that an unknown suspect stole his license plate from his vehicle while parked at his place of employment.

• July 28: A Nassau Drive woman advised police that person(s) unknown stole her wallet from the fellowship hall at Farragut Presbyterian Church.

• July 28: Officers responded to Lovell Road to an assault call. The victim stated that while talking to the suspect, the suspect, for unknown reasons, started hitting the victim on the back of the head. After about three hits, the suspect then left the business. The victim refused medical treatment at this time. No further incident occurred.

• July 29: Officers responded to a domestic disturbance off Hughlan Drive. Upon officers’ arrival, the victim stated that she and the suspect began to argue when she went into a bedroom and made a phone call. The victim stated an argument ensued and she called 911 when it began to escalate. The suspect stated they began to argue when he found out the victim had gone out with another man. The suspect and victim were separated and no evidence of any physical abuse could be seen.

• July 29: Officers responded to a hang-up call off Hughlan Drive and upon arrival, the victim stated that she called 911 and the arrestee took the phone from her and hung it up. The victim stated she and the arrestee argued because she was in the bathroom off the phone. The victim stated the arrestee broke the door to the bathroom and grabbed her by the hair on both sides of her head, picking her up off the ground and dragging the victim down the hallway toward the bedroom. The arrestee stated to officers that he became upset when he thought the victim was talking to another male on the phone and grabbed her, dragging her down the hallway into the bedroom. The arrestee stated this was his fault and that he lost control. The arrestee had been out with friends drinking before this incident occurred. Officers did notice the bathroom door was broken. The victim refused medical treatment and was advised of her rights by officers. The arrestee was taken into custody.

• July 29: A man at a business off Kingston Pike stated to police that he came to the business to work. When he entered the business, he noticed the inside was very hot. The complainant stated when he walked outside, he discovered the HVAC unit wiring cut and the unit missing. No suspects at this time.

• July 30: A woman advised police that while her vehicle was parked outside Kroger off Kingston Pike, someone had slashed both passenger side tires to her vehicle. No suspects at this time. An employee at Kroger advised her they may possibly have video footage of the incident.

• July 30: A Gates Mill Drive man stated to police that someone had gotten inside his vehicle and stole items. Victim advised he had left vehicle doors unlocked.

• July 30: The complainant advised police that person(s) unknown stole his daughter’s wallet from Christ Covenant Church. The complainant stated his other daughter was getting married and the victim had left her purse in a room where they were changing. The suspect(s) removed the wallet and left the victim’s purse. According to the complainant, there was another lady’s wallet stolen at the same time.

• July 30: A Mountain View man stated to police that he has been receiving phone calls from a male starting in mid-May and they are still continuing, around six calls per day. Complainant stated the calls are not threatening. Complainant stated he is receiving the calls on his cell phone.

• July 31: A man off Platinum Drive advised police that two of his cell phones were stolen from his office at a work site off Kingston Pike. The job site was unlocked and many people come in and out all day. The phones were sitting on the complainant’s desk in his office.

• July 31: Officers responded to a domestic disturbance off Roane Drive. The complainant stated he was mad at the suspect because a drug dealer dropped her off at the residence. The suspect began yelling at the victim and called him an alcoholic. Both were advised of their domestic violence rights and given a card.

• Aug. 1: A Wales Avenue man stated to police that unknown person(s) stole his Dewalt radio and charger from a toolbox at a constructioff site off Kingston Pike.

 

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