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police reports:

• Dec. 18: A complainant from Brooke/MacDonald Custom Construction advised police that an unknown person stole four boxes of roofing vents, worth $150, from a construction site.

• Dec. 18: A complainant from Petro Stopping Center off North Watt Road advised officers that on Dec. 15 a male suspect operating a semi-tractor/trailer pumped 310.2 gallons of diesel fuel into his vehicle and drove off without paying the $977.08. The information the driver provided, company name on the side of the truck and DOT numbers, all appear to be false. California tag also is not on file.

• Dec. 18: A Tellico Avenue man advised police that while he was in Cracker Barrel off Campbell Station Road, an unknown suspect broke into his locked vehicle and stole a purse with its contents.

• Dec. 18: A complainant from Petro Stopping Station off North Watt Road advised police than an unknown suspect drove off without paying for $10.01 of gasoline. Complainant had no suspect or vehicle information.

• Dec. 18: Officers responded to a location off Kingston Pike for a call of theft and vandalism of two vending machines. A witness stated that she saw two suspects in front of the store at the vending machines. One was in a red four-door Nissan Sentra while the other was attempting to break into the machines. Suspects fled the scene. The officer found that the vending machines’ locks had been drilled out and currency had been taken from one machine. Officers pursued the vehicle on Parkside Drive. One suspect ran from the car near Baptist Hospital West, the other stopped on Applegate and fled on foot.

• Dec. 19: A complainant from F.E. Trainer Construction advised police that two heat and air units were taken from a construction site but had no serial numbers at the time. Complainant was told to call back if serial numbers were found.

• Dec. 19: A complainant from Knoxville Auto Truck Plaza off North Watt Road stated that the morning clerk discovered that the locks had been taken off the outside cola storage case and 10 cases of colas had been stolen. One lock was damaged and the other was lying on the ground. No suspects.

• Dec. 19: An officer responded to an alarm call at Farragut Walk-In Clinic. On arrival, the officer observed the front door window had been smashed and a rock was lying on the ground next to the door. The business owner was notified and responded to the scene; he stated that it did not appear that anything had been taken, but some cabinet and filing cabinet doors had been opened.

• Dec. 20: A River Crest Drive woman advised police that someone had broken the driver’s side window of her rental car and stolen her purse, day planner, make up bag, accessory bag and wallet, worth about $2,930.

• Dec. 20: A delivery driver from UPS advised police that he observed a suspect vehicle following him through a subdivision. He became suspicious and rechecked his stop to find the package missing at a Wyndham Hill Road address. He had not taken the package into the house. The car was a white four door early 90s model Buick. The suspects were a white male and female.

• Dec. 20: Officers responded to a location off Old Rutledge Pike to meet the suspect for a welfare check. Upon investigation, it was found that he had an outstanding warrant and was taking into custody without incident.

• Dec. 20: A Stone Vista Lane man advised police that he returned home after being gone approximately an hour to find his residence open and television, stereo and sound system equipment missing. The victim stated that it did not appear that any force was used to gain entry and that several doors were now open.

• Dec. 21: An employee of Farragut Middle School advised police that a Sweetgum Drive resident took home a baritone Dec. 11 then returned the instrument to the band storage room Dec. 12. The instrument was reported missing Dec. 17. The school, the student’s home and the student’s bus have all been checked. As of Dec. 21 the baritone was still missing.

• Dec. 22: A Kohl’s employee advised police that an arrestee removed a pair of tennis shoes from the shoebox and replaced them with his worn shoes. The arrestee put the new shoes on, passed all points of purchase and exited the store. The complainant confronted the arrestee outside the store and escorted him into the store’s loss prevention office. The arrestee did not have state or federal identification.

• Dec. 23: An Island Lane woman advised police that while eating at the Cracker Barrel off Campbell Station Road, her mother’s car window was busted out and her purse was stolen.

• Dec 23: A Blackhouse Valley Road woman advised officers that an unknown suspect sent two text messages to her. The first stated that she should protect her friend because he was going to kill her. The second message stated that she had better say her goodbyes because it would all be over soon. The complainant advised that she did not know the number and that she did not have a friend who would be in any danger.

• Dec. 24: Officers responded to a domestic assault at Kenjo off Campbell Station Road. The victim stated that she and the suspect were in a verbal argument about where they were going for Christmas. When the victim told the suspect that she did not want to go to his hometown, the suspect became combative. The suspect pulled his vehicle into the parking lot of Kenjo and began to poke his finger at the victim’s face and call her names. The victim did have a small laceration above her left eye from the suspect poking his finger at her. The suspect was arrested for domestic assault. The victim was transported to Baptist Hospital West by Rural Metro and was advised of her domestic rights.

• Dec. 24: A victim who was seen at Baptist West E.R. stated that on Dec. 21 the suspect, the victim’s husband, got mad at her and was attempting to throw her out of the bedroom. The victim stated that the suspect grabbed her and was pulling on her and she held on to the bedpost to keep him from throwing her out of the room. The victim stated that the suspect turned her loose, but grabbed her again when she was in the hallway. He head-butted the back of her head and she fell and hurt her back. The victim stated that the suspect left her alone and went to bed.

• Dec. 24: A complainant from Pilot off Campbell Station Road advised police that an unknown suspect pumped gas into his vehicle and drove off without paying for $45.29 of gas. The suspect was in an unknown vehicle.

• Dec. 26: Officers were dispatched to a Chapel Point Lane residence for a domestic matter. Victim stated that the suspect threatened her with bodily harm and said he would harm her animals because she broke up with him. While officers were on the scene, suspect arrived back at residence. He stated he did not make any threats and only wanted to return some of victim’s clothing. After speaking with officers, suspect left residence while victim stayed at location. Victim was given a copy of her rights under domestic violence law.


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