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police reports:




• Aug. 21: Officers responded to a call on Kingston Pike in reference to a disturbance. Upon arrival, officers spoke with the victim, who stated that a non-intimate acquaintance had come into the restaurant at this address and started a confrontation with her in reference to her friend’s car being stolen. The victim stated that the suspect grabbed her by the shoulder and pushed her. The victim further stated that she recently had surgery on her shoulder from a previous injury and she was worried that this assault had done damage to her injury. The victim refused medical care. The suspect was not on the scene at the time officers arrived. The victim was advised of the proper procedure to have a warrant issued for the suspect if she was able to get more information on him.

• Aug. 22: A Lawton Boulevard man advised police that an unknown suspect took items from his property. The trailer was parked in the driveway and the ATV was parked near the driveway. Both were secured with locks. The suspect(s) cut the locks and took items.

• Aug. 22: A Chandler Road woman advised police that someone got into her vehicle and stole items. The vehicle was not locked. No suspects.

• Aug. 22: A Harbor Way man advised police that someone stole items from his garage while he was out of town. The garage is attached to the house but the door was not all the way closed. His boat was attached to a vehicle and kept the door from closing all the way. No suspects.

• Aug. 22: A Briceville Highway man advised police that an unknown suspect stole his duffle bag with his property from under the seat in the lobby of a Parkside Drive hospital while family was sleeping.

• Aug. 22: An employee of Petro’s Truck Stop off North Watt Road advised police that an unknown person pumped $35.65 in gas and left without paying. Complainant stated he never saw the suspect or a vehicle.

• Aug. 23: A Peterson Road man advised police that he believes his ex-wife placed a ball cap under the windshield wiper of his vehicle. The ball cap was from his company. Complainant states his ex-wife has repeatedly harassed him by driving by his home (which is out of her way). Complainant also states that he had a trailer stolen from his home a few months ago and believes it may have been her as well. Complainant wished to have a report made to have documentation of harassment.

 

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