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police reports:




• Nov. 29: A Vista Oaks Lane man advised police that while he was at work an unknown suspect busted out his passenger side window. Complainant stated that he had nothing of real value in the vehicle and that nothing was stolen. He also stated that he did not see a suspect in the parking lot or around the building.

• Nov. 29: An officer was flagged down at 11390 Parkside Drive by a victim of vandalism. Victim stated that she walked out to her car after work and noticed her driver side window had been busted out by an unknown suspect. It did not appear that the suspect gained entry to the vehicle.

• Nov. 30: A Bluff Mountain Drive man advised police that while he was at Baptist Hospital West an unknown suspect got into his vehicle and stole his Playstation with games and memory card. The items were in a silver case. The vehicle was unlocked. The hospital caught an unknown white male with facial hair on tape taking the items from the vehicle. The complainant did not know the suspect.

• Nov. 30: An officer responded to a lot off Stone Vista Lane for a theft call. Victim stated that someone entered her unfinished house and stole her copper wiring over the weekend. Victim has no suspect information.

• Nov. 30: A Willow Cove Way man advised police that someone backed into his mailbox, causing the stone around it to fall off. Complainant stated that no damage was done to the vehicle and stated that the vehicle’s owner presented himself as a deputy. Complainant was unsure about this so the officer was dispatched to his house.

• Dec. 1: An officer responded to a theft call that occurred at 505 Exford Court. Victim stated that he saw an unknown suspect steal an iPod and Farberware pots and pans from his unlocked vehicle and leave in a white Ford Taurus.

• Dec. 2: A complainant from Pilot off North Campbell Station Road advised police that an unknown person driving a silver Chrysler Town and Country van drove off without paying for $85.35 in gas in two gas cans. Complainant also advised that this same suspect has done this twice in the past. The two past drive offs were committed in the same way.

• Dec. 2: Officers responded to a domestic matter off Broken Saddle, where complainant reported that her ex-boyfriend had been calling her and her family members making threats to kill them. Complainant stated that suspect had called her and family members several times, and that he had access to numerous vehicles, so she was unsure what type of vehicle he might be in. Complainant was advised of the process to obtain an order of

protection.

• Dec. 3: A Golden Harvest Road man advised police that he was paying his bills online last night and changing his passwords when he discovered that someone has been using his social security number and name. He was unsure how long this has been going on and has no suspects.

• Dec. 4: A Woody Drive woman advised police that while she was inside the Rush working out, her car was broken into. An unknown suspect broke the front driver side window to obtain access and took a purse with a set of house keys and spare key to the vehicle inside it.

• Dec. 4: Officers responded to Angela Floyd’s School for the Dancer off Kingston Pike where the complainant stated that she was getting threatening phone calls from an unknown male. Complainant stated that the male made several threats during the day to come to her business with a gun and make staff and clients do sexual acts. Officers did a stand-by while the business closed. Complainant was advised to contact the phone company to see if a trace could be done.

• Dec. 4: A Derby Run Drive man advised police that he had left his apartment for several hours and returned to find that his residence had been entered. The victim stated that the doors were still locked and there were no signs of forced entry.

• Dec. 5: An officer responded to Petro off North Watt Road where the complainant advised him that while helping another customer, someone unknown drove up to the pump, pumped their gas and drove off without paying.

• Dec. 5: A Highgate Circle woman advised police that on Dec. 2 she told her adopted son to go upstairs and do his homework. The suspect started arguing as they were walking up the stairs and tried to push the victim down the stairs. The suspect then started kicking at the victim, striking her in her right forearm and leaving bruising and swelling. The victim followed up with her physician the following day.

• Dec. 5: A Todd Lane woman advised police that her daughter was receiving harassing phone calls. The victim advised police that her ex-boyfriend had called her at work 15 times in an hour. She also stated that this had been an ongoing problem since she and the suspect broke up in November. The complainant stated that she wished to prosecute.

• Dec. 6: A complainant from Gidley Auto Sales reported the theft of a company vehicle from Mr. Transmission off Kingston Pike. The car was there for transmission work when it was stolen. There is no license plate on the vehicle and the complainant was unsure if the vehicle was locked. Complainant stated that he did not know how far someone could get with the vehicle.

• Dec. 6: A Key Equipment Finance, Inc. employee advised police that her company had ordered a license plate for a 14 passenger bus for La Petite in Knoxville. The plate was sent from Knoxville to be put on a bus for La Petite and was supposed to go to an address in Albany, NY. As of this date, the plate was never received and has been lost in the mail.

• Dec. 6: A Pinney Grove Way man advised police that a suspect took the ladder from the complainant on Nov. 5 and said that he would return it. Complainant advised the suspect that he had one month to return the ladder and he has not returned it. The complainant also advised that the ladder is possibly at Atomic Pawn.

• Dec. 7: A complainant from TVA off Summit Hill Avenue stated that between Nov. 30 and Dec. 3 an unknown suspect cut the catalytic converter off a company vehicle parked in parking lot off North Campbell Station Road. When employees picked the vehicle up on Dec. 3, it was making a noise and was in need of repair. They took it to a repair shop and were told the catalytic converter had been cut.

• Dec. 7: An East End Road woman advised police that her Kohl’s credit card was stolen from her wallet at an unknown time and location.

 

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