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• Nov. 11: Officers were dispatched to a possible hit-and-run accident involving four vehicles along North Watt Road. The officers’ investigation revealed that the suspect vehicle had traveled southbound on Watt Road to Kingston Pike. Officers then discovered the unoccupied suspect vehicle in a gravel parking lot off Kingston Pike. Officers approached a suspicious male subject that appeared to be intoxicated. He had a strong odor of alcohol, slurred speech, bloodshot eyes and was unsteady on his feet. The suspect stated that he was involved in an accident but he was not the driver of the vehicle. Officers were unable to locate a driver for the vehicle, which was registered to the

suspect.

• Nov. 11: Officers responded to a domestic disturbance off Burnside Place. Upon arrival, the officer met the complainant, who stated that she ended her relationship with her boyfriend although they continued to reside at the same address. Complainant said that the suspect refused to let her in the room he currently stays in to allow her to retrieve personal property. The suspect allowed the complainant to get her belongings while the officers were present. Both complainant and suspect advised that there had not been any physical contact. Complainant said she planned to move out later in the week.

• Nov. 13: Police responded to All Styles Grooming off Kingston Pike, where the complainant stated that between Nov. 12 and Nov. 13, an unknown suspect made entry into the victim business by breaking a pane of glass in the front door. Complainant advised police that she walked through the business and did not think anything had been taken.

• Nov. 13: Police responded to Salon 1551 off West End Avenue where the complainant stated that her employees locked the building at 7 p.m. Nov. 12 and that when she opened up at 8 a.m., the front door had been broken out. Complainant did not know if anything had been taken.

• Nov. 13: Police responded to M. Boutique off Parkside Drive, where the complainant stated that a window had been broken out when she arrived at work. No entry was gained to the inside of the business.

• Nov. 13: A complainant of Crippled Mule Point advised police that a window in her vehicle had been broken out while the vehicle was parked in the parking lot of her business, M. Boutique off Parkside Drive.

• Nov. 13: A complainant off Jeffrey Lane advised police that his daughter was receiving threatening phone calls to her cellular phone. Complainant stated that the calls began around Nov. 1 and that he was concerned for the safety of his daughter. The victim stated that the suspect threatened to come over to the victim’s residence and kick her butt.

• Nov. 13: An officer responded to a call from a complainant off Watt Road, who stated that the suspect had hooked her car up to his tow truck by accident and had put a small scratch on the rear bumper of her car. The suspect stated that he did hook her car up by accident but that he did not scratch the vehicle.

• Nov. 14: A Deanwood Lane woman advised police that sometime between Oct. 30 and Nov. 6, an unknown suspect stole jewelry from her home. The victim stated that one pair of earrings was on the dresser in a jewelry box; the rest were in boxes in the dresser drawer. The victim advised that she had seen no signs of a break in and nothing else appeared to be missing. The victim stated that she does have a cleaning service with access to her residence.

• Nov. 15: Police responded to the Food City store off Kingston Pike where the complainant stated that the suspect had taken money from the register till. The suspect was an employee at the store at the time of the incident. When the suspect was interviewed by Food City security, he admitted to taking the money.

• Nov. 16: A Oran Road woman advised police that an arrow landed on her roof, causing damage to her roof. Complainant stated that she heard a noise on her roof but dismissed it as wildlife. Later, she discovered that it was an arrow. Complainant is unsure where it came from and is also unsure of the extent of the damage, as she will not know until the arrow is removed.

 

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