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• Dec. 27: Officers responded to a domestic matter at a Keats Lane residence. Victim informed officers that she and her husband had been having problems and that he had been drinking. She stated that she told the suspect that she was tired of the way things were going and she wanted a divorce. The suspect then became enraged and began to yell and curse at her. She stated that the suspect followed her around the house cursing at her and that he threw a bottle of water at her. Victim stated that the bottle did not hit her but water got on her foot. Suspect stated that he did not throw the bottle in her direction but he threw it on the ground and that she wet her feet by walking through the water. The suspect voluntarily left the residence and was transported to a local hotel.

• Dec. 27: Complainant from Petro’s Stopping Center off North Watt Road informed police that an unknown suspect in a white car pumped $41.59 of gasoline and drove off without paying. Complainant did not get a tag number.

• Dec. 27: An Oakmont Circle woman advised police that an unknown suspect called her to sing obscene Christmas songs.


• Dec. 28: An Old Union Road man advised police that he received three harassing phone calls at work from his ex-wife. Complainant also stated that he received calls from suspect in the past. Suspect says “You don’t provide a good household for your daughter,” and “You need to step up and be a father or get out of the way.” Complainant stated that he and his wife have had different opinions on what is best for their daughter.

• Dec. 28: A Cherokee Woods Way woman advised police that while she was at The Chop House off Kingston Pike, an unknown suspect broke out the passenger side front window of her vehicle. Her purse and its contents were stolen out of the vehicle. The vehicle was locked.

• Dec. 30: A complainant from Spartan Construction states that between Dec. 23 and Dec. 30, a caterpillar was stolen from his construction site.

• Dec. 30: An Early Morning Lane man advised police that an unknown suspect gained entry to his vehicle by breaking the passenger side window and stole a radar detector, wallet and contents, cell phone and purse and contents.

• Dec. 30: An Armiger Lane woman advised police that while she was inside Green Bank off Concord Road an unknown suspect gained entry to her vehicle by breaking the passenger side window. The suspect took the victim’s purse, wallet and contents.

• Dec. 30: Police responded to the scene of an open house at Ivy Gate Lane. The victim had come to see the home. She was upstairs and fell through the ceiling. She had gone into the attic room, stepped between two joists and fallen through. Victim was transported by Rural Metro to Baptist West ER.

• Dec. 31: An officer responded to a Wagon Wheel Circle resident to a complaint of a threatening phone call. Victim reported that she is the owner of a Pony Express Drive home that is currently being rented to suspect. On Dec. 31, victim stated that she had a very civil conversation with suspect’s husband concerning the past due rent and possibility of eviction. Victim then stated that she received a phone call from the suspect, who was very angry and threatened bodily harm. Suspect told her “I’m gonna get you for this,” and “I will be your worst nightmare.” Victim was advised of her legal options.

• Dec. 31: A Rockwell Farm Lane woman advised police that someone stole a light up reindeer from her porch.

• Dec. 31: A Red Canyon Road woman advised police that she heard a noise outside and looked outside to see an unknown vehicle quickly leave. The next day she noticed a slash in the blow-up snowman in her yard.

• Jan.1: Officers responded to a Midhurst Drive residence when complainant called to report that the suspect was at her residence and would not leave. Suspect was a friend and she was married. Suspect was seen driving approximately three blocks from the complainant’s residence and was stopped by police at which time he stated that he thought that he and the complainant were boyfriend and girlfriend. Suspect was advised to leave the complainant alone and was told if he came back to the complainant’s residence he would be arrested for criminal trespass. Complainant was advised of the process to obtain an order of protection.

• Jan. 2: A Pony Express Drive man informed police that he and the suspect had been arguing on and off all night. Victim stated that when the suspect began yelling at their seven year old son, he was afraid the suspect would get violent so he phoned 911, hoping that the suspect would calm down. Both parties were informed of their legal options.

• Jan. 2: A Virtue Road man advised police that the former boyfriend of his girlfriend had been harassing him by calling his cell phone. Suspect calls wanting to talk to his ex-girlfriend. He leaves message after message on the complainant’s cell phone for the girlfriend.

• Jan. 2: An Old Tavern Circle woman advised police that an unknown suspect entered her vehicle through an unlocked door and stole her purse and its contents.

• Jan. 2: An Evans Road woman advised police that an unknown suspect came on her property and stole six Bobcat tires. Complainant did not see or hear a suspect.

• Jan. 2: A Kimball Road woman advised police that while she was at a party, an unknown suspect hit her vehicle, which was parked on the street, causing damage to the left front fender.

• Jan. 3: A Maple Tree Drive woman advised police that her daughter’s cell phone was taken from her school.

• Jan. 3: A complainant from Knoxville Truck Sales advised police that a company employee took the black Ford Explorer home with him and the vehicle was stolen. Unknown if the vehicle was locked. Later, the complainant advised police that the vehicle had been found. Another company employee had gone to the first employee’s house and got the vehicle.

• Jan. 4: A Kroger employee advised police that while he was at work, an unknown suspect broke both the passenger and drive side windows. Suspect stole music CD’s and attempted to steal the radio but was unsuccessful.

• Jan. 4: A complainant from Michael Bates Homes advised police that an unknown suspect stole a Bobcat trailer and several attachments between Dec. 21 and Jan. 3.

• Jan. 4: A Blue Teal Lane woman called police to a car wash off Kingston Pike. She stated that she had her vehicle washed and there was a dent in the front driver’s side quarter panel that was not there before it went through the car wash.

• Jan. 5: An officer observed the arrestee walking on Concord Road at Loop Road. The arrestee was very unsteady on her feet and was walking out in the lane of traffic. She had a strong odor of alcohol about her person, slurred speech and bloodshot eyes. Officer believed the arrestee was under the influence of an intoxicant and a danger to herself and others.

• Jan. 5: A West Heritage Drive man advised police that an unknown suspect had busted the driver’s side window of his vehicle but that nothing appeared to be stolen.

• Jan. 5: A Scenic View Drive woman advised police that an unknown suspect vandalized her car, breaking out the front windshield and back passenger window and scratching the passenger side of the car.

• Jan. 5: A Broken Saddle Road woman advised police that while she was at her friend’s house off North Monticello Drive, an unknown suspect shot her car with a bb gun and broke the windshield and the driver’s side window. The complainant advised that the suspect also keyed the driver’s side of the vehicle. She stated that she could not think of anyone who would want to do that.

• Jan. 6: Officers responded to a location off Dineen Drive when complainant called to report that an unknown suspect had hit her vehicle in the parking lot while she was at work at Brinks Security off Kemp Fain Road. Damage was done to the front left fender and front bumper.

• Jan. 6: Officers responded to a residence off Willow Cove Way to investigate a domestic matter. Victim told one officer that the suspect had been drinking and had made several threatening gestures and statements to her. Victim stated that the suspect was angry because she had just served him with divorce papers. She said she did not feel safe in the residence and would go stay with a relative. Suspect told the other officer that he never threatened the victim and the she called the police to discredit his character. Victim and suspect were advised of their legal options.

• Jan. 8: A Southwick Circle man advised police that an unknown suspect broke out the right rear window of his vehicle. There was no apparent entry to the vehicle.

• Jan. 8: An East Kingsgate Road woman advised police that during the night, an unknown suspect stole her purse and contents from her vehicle. She advised that the car was parked in her driveway, the purse was in the back seat and that the lock was broken on the passenger side of the vehicle.

• Jan. 8: Officers responded to Walgreens off North Campbell Station Road to a call of a forged prescription. Complainant stated that the suspect came into Walgreens and tried to pass a forged prescription. The doctor who wrote the prescription stated that the suspect changed the milligram of Oxycodone.

• Jan. 8: Officer responded to a residence off Grigsby Chapel Road where the victim stated that on Jan. 7, his neighbor’s chocolate lab reached underneath the property line fence and bit his boot. Victim stated that he is worried about the dog possibly escaping and hurting his children. Animal control was notified.

• Jan. 8: Officers responded to a Fox Den Drive residence after a call of a domestic dispute in progress. Both parties involved admitted that an argument had taken place and both stated that no physical violence had occurred. One victim/suspect was under the influence of alcohol; the other victim/suspect volunteered to leave the residence for the evening.

• Jan. 9: A West Kingsgate Road man advised police that during the night an unknown suspect set his mailbox on fire. The mailbox was plastic and was completely melted.

• Jan. 9: A Prince George Parish Drive man advised police that he had ordered a diamond tennis bracelet, which was to be delivered by UPS. Victim stated that he never saw the package. He was advised by UPS that his package was delivered on Dec. 13. Apparently an unknown suspect stole the package off the victim’s front porch before he arrived home.

• Jan. 9: Officers responded to Suntrust Bank off Kingston Pike on an armed robbery. Witness stated that a white male approached her teller counter and handed her a note that said “There is a bomb attached to the building, I need your money.” She then handed him some cash and activated the silent alarm. He exited the bank and got into a red Mazda truck. Within several minutes, a vehicle matching that description was stopped on Watt Road, where the suspect was taken into custody. Two other suspects fled into a wooded area, where they were apprehended a short time later.

• Jan. 9: A complainant from Mellow Mushroom off North Campbell Station Road stated that an employee had stolen company tips and copies of customer credit card receipts. Suspect worked the evening shift on Dec. 29. The company has tried to contact her but had not heard from her.

• Jan. 11: A complainant from Lakeside Market off Concord Road stated that she discovered the store had been broken into overnight. She stated that entry had been made through the rear door by prying the bottom of the door up. Complainant was unsure of what was missing until an inventory could be taken.

• Jan. 11: A Long Ridge Road woman advised police that an unknown suspect had stolen her Mariott/Visa credit card number, her cell phone number and her home address. She was notified by her credit card company of a purchase on the card that she did not make. The order was to be sent to her home address and her cell phone number was also used in the transaction. She does not know how the numbers were stolen.

• Jan. 11: A complainant from Petro’s Stopping Center off Watt Road advised police that a white male in a teal Pontiac GrandAm pumped $42.20 of gasoline and drove away without paying. There were two white males in the vehicle.

• Jan. 12: A Breezeway Drive woman advised police that between Jan. 11 and Jan. 12 she must have left her garage door up and an unknown suspect reached in her car and stole her purse and contents.

• Jan. 12: A complainant from Petro’s Stopping Center off Watt Road advised police that a suspect pumped $10 of gasoline and pulled away without paying. The complainant did not have any vehicle information.

• Jan. 13: A Pond Hill Road woman advised police that while she and another victim were at Cotton Eyed Joe’s, they had checked their jackets at the coat check. Both victims that when they were ready to leave, they noticed that they had lost the ticket to claim the jackets. Victims stated that the lady at the coat check stated that the suspect had brought her the ticket and taken the coats. Both victims stated that the coat check lady had pointed out the suspect and called security. Victims stated that the suspect had both jackets in her possession. The victims retrieved their jackets but noticed that an asthma inhaler and a Visa bank card were missing. Both victims refused to prosecute at this time.

• Jan. 14: A complainant from Kalthoff Mechanical advised police that nearly sixty feet of copper tubing had been stolen from the job site he was working off Palestine Lane.

• Jan. 14: A complainant from Holderfield Development advised police that between Jan. 12 and Jan. 14, a house under construction off Barnsley Road had been entered by prying open the back door. Two space heaters and two halogen lights were taken. The space heaters had been chained to a ladder inside the house.

• Jan. 14: A Clipper Lane man advised police that between Jan. 11 and Jan. 13, an unknown suspect stole his equipment trailer from a construction site off Shirecliffe Lane. Complainant advised police that one of the painters told him there were a couple of suspicious males looking around at the beginning of the past week. He stated that the painter wrote down their description and license plate number. He did not have the information at the time of the report.

• Jan. 14: A complainant from Joseph A. Houck Construction Company stated that between Jan. 12 and Jan. 14 someone stole a company skidsteer from a location off Highwick Circle.

• Jan. 14: A complainant from KFC off Kingston Pike stated that the suspect did not deposit money belonging to the victim’s business. The suspect was supposed to make four deposits at First Tennessee bank, totaling $2,959.59. Complainant instructed the suspect not to return to work until the money was returned or the deposits made.

• Jan. 15: A complainant from Petro’s Stopping Center off Watt Road advised police that a white male in a dark van pumped $43.01 of gasoline into his vehicle and drove away without paying.

• Jan. 15: A Sugarcane Court man advised police that while he was staying at a hotel off Campbell Drive his wallet went missing.

• Jan. 16: A Highland Avenue man advised police that he was working out at the Rush and had his wallet in his unlocked locker. An unknown suspect stole his driver’s license, voter registration card and student ID for Pelissippi but left his debit and credit cards.

• Jan. 16: A complainant from Petro’s Stopping Center off Watt Road advised police that an unknown suspect in a four door black Nissan drove away without paying for $40.14 worth of gasoline.

• Jan. 16: A Wardley Road woman advised police that she was contacted by her bank, Bank of America, about suspicious activity on her credit card account. The bank informed her that an unknown person was attempting to open a new account using the victim’s personal information. The victim then found out that numerous accounts had been attempted to be opened by the suspect, who used a Philadelphia, Pa. address.

• Jan. 16: A Sonja Drive woman advised police that an unknown suspect gained entry to her vehicle by breaking the passenger side window. Suspect took her purse and contents.

• Jan. 16: A Dundee Road man advised police that an unknown suspect took the dolly from his carport.

• Jan. 16: A complainant from Papa John’s off Kingston Pike advised police that the suspect was fired from work, became angry and did not turn in all the money from her deliver route.

• Jan. 20: A complainant from Ingle’s advised police that he witness a white male put five packages of meat in his buggy. Suspect then went down an aisle and the meat was no longer in the buggy. Complainant confronted the suspect, who advised the complainant that he had put the meat back. The complainant wanted the suspect to wait and when he turned around the suspect took off running out the door. The alarms went off and the complainant knew for sure that the suspect had stolen the meat.

• Jan. 20: A View Harbour Road man advised police that he parked his vehicle at a location off Kingston Pike. He checked on the vehicle during the day on Jan. 19 and it was okay, but when he returned to the vehicle on Jan. 20 it had been broken into and a CB radio, Sirius radio, television, refrigerator, DVDs and reading glasses had been stolen. Complainant advised that a pocket knife was left at the scene. Crime Scene responded to the scene for recovery of the knife.

• Jan. 21: An East Sunbury Street woman reported her son missing. None of her family had heard from the victim since the first week of November. Complainant contacted victim’s place of employment and they advised her that the victim had not worked there since October. Victim’s father also received a letter in the mail from the storage unit his son was using that advising him that the storage had not been paid for since October. Complainant has no idea where her son could be or who any of his friends are.

• Jan. 24: An Oakley Downs Road woman advised police that an unknown suspect busted out her passenger window, went through her car and left items out in her year. Complainant advised that nothing had been taken.

• Jan. 24: A complainant from Weigel’s off North Campbell Station Road advised police that an unknown suspect pumped $23.09 in gasoline and drove off without paying.

• Jan. 24: A complainant from Saddlebrook Homes advised police that between Jan. 22 and Jan. 23 an unknown suspect gained entry to a home under construction and stole nine boxes of ceramic tile.

• Jan. 24: An officer responded to a Lanesborough Way residence to a burglary. Victim sated that an unknown suspect was jiggling the front door handle while he was on the couch. The victim then began to bang on the door to try to scare the suspect. When the victim opened the door, he saw the suspect running with an object in his hands. When the victim went to check on his son, the son stated that he woke up to a loud noise and saw the suspect in his room taking his computer. The son advised that the suspect shouted an obscenity as he was exiting. The victim stated that his son leaves the window slightly open because he smokes. Victims stated that the suspect wore dark clothing and a ski mask. Officer noticed some fresh blood by the outside window where the suspect may have injured himself as he was getting away.

• Jan. 25: A complainant from Pilot off North Campbell Station Road advised police that an unknown male pumped $97.61 worth of gasoline into his vehicle, a gold Chrysler Town and Country, and drove off without paying.

• Jan. 26: A Cabot Drive woman advised police that an unknown suspect damaged her car door around the window while attempting to break in. Complainant advised that no property was taken.

• Jan. 27: A Weatherly Hills Boulevard man advised police that someone busted in the passenger side front window of his vehicle and stole $200 in cash from his wife’s purse. Other items were stolen, victim would call back when able to take inventory.

• Jan. 27: A Buckmill Lane man advised police that an unknown suspect busted out the driver’s side window and damaged the frame around the window. The suspect stole a purse, wallet and contents and a camera.

• Jan. 28: A Maxey Street woman stated that after eating at a restaurant off Kingston Pike, she left her wallet lying on the table. Realizing she had left it, she returned to the restaurant but her wallet was gone. A person at the restaurant told her that no one else had sat at the table and no other customers had come in after she had left.

• Jan. 28: An Eagle’s Landing Way man advised police that an unknown suspect poured sugar into his vehicle’s gas line.

• Jan. 29: Officers responded to a hit and run call off Villa Ridge way. Complainant/victim stated that he returned to his vehicle in the parking lot of Gander Mountain and noticed damage on the rear passenger side of the vehicle.

• Jan. 29: A Windswett Drive man advised police that the license plate was stolen off his 2006 van.

• Jan. 29: A Dineen Drive man stated that from Jan. 28 to Jan. 29 an unknown person had been giving out his phone number and unknown people had been calling every 30 minutes, laughing on his voice mail and hanging up when he answered.

• Jan. 30: Officers responded to a disturbance call from a residence off Bentbrook Way. Complainant stated that she received a letter from an unknown neighbor stating that if her dogs did not stay out of her yard they might get sick due to the chemicals the neighbor put in her yard. Complainant also stated that dog feces were put on her sidewalk by the same neighbor.

• Feb. 2: A Treymour Way man advised police that an unknown suspect took a trailer from a storage lot off Kingston Pike.

• Feb. 3: A complainant from Commercial Realty stated that he had left a construction site off Kingston Pike on Feb. 2 and had returned Feb. 3 to find the site trailer that hold construction equipment had been broken into. The lock and brackets holding the door shut to the trailer had been cut off.

• Feb. 3: A complainant from Pilot off North Campbell Station Road advised police that two unknown males driving a black Nissan Pathfinder drove off without paying for $40 in gas.

• Feb. 3: An unknown suspect drove a vehicle into the garage door of a Lanesborough Way residence.

• Feb. 3: A complainant for Petro Stopping Station off Watt Road advised police that an unknown suspect entered the Petro and stole an MP3 player.

• Feb. 3: The complainant, a loss prevention manager from Kohl’s, advised police that he witnessed the suspect, an unknown white male, take two pairs of pants from the store without paying. He witnessed the suspect, on a surveillance camera, enter a red four door Dodge Stratus parked in the parking lot and give the clothes to another suspect. The other suspect then entered the store with the stolen items and attempted to return them for cash. Complainant then stated that he stopped the suspect, explaining who he was. The suspect hen ran out of the store, leaving her shoes and Tennessee identification card.

• Feb. 4: A complainant from Efficient Electric Co. stated that an unknown suspect stole the company’s Bobcat from a location off Parkside Drive. He also advised the Bobcat was taken by a trailer.

• Feb. 4: Officers responded to a Sonja Drive residence to a call of a domestic matter. Victim stated that she and the suspect were involved in a verbal argument over their grandchildren and the way the suspect treated them. She further stated that he had threatened to hit her but didn’t. The suspect stated that he did not threaten to strike her. Neither party was willing to leave the residence for the night but agreed to separate within the residence for the remainder of the evening.

• Feb. 4: A complainant from Weigel’s off Kingston Pike advised police that he was informed by a company employee from the main office that $3, 865.68 in money and checks was missing. The suspect advised the complainant that she had deposited the money into the night deposit drop box on Jan. 29. The money had not shown up as a deposit as of the date of the report and the complainant wished to list the deposit as missing.

• Feb. 4: An employee from Pilot off Campbell Station Road advised that an unknown suspect pumped $16.48 in gas and drove off without paying.

• Feb. 5: An officer responded to a Bell Street residence, where the victim stated that her father, the suspect, was babysitting her two minor children while she was at school. Victim stated that suspect refused to give her the children and that he was claiming that he had an order from the courts giving him temporary custody. Suspect could not provide any documents to officers and agreed to give the children back to the victim at a later time when the victim could provide transportation.

• Feb. 5: Officers responded to a domestic matter at a residence off Dundee Drive. The victim stated that his dad, the suspect, became angry with him on the phone when the victim told the suspect that he didn’t want to work for him anymore. Victim stated that shortly after hanging up, the suspect arrived at his residence and sat in the driveway yelling and cursing. He then left the residence.

• Feb. 5: Complainant, an employee of Weigel’s off Kingston Pike, stated that she let the suspect into the back stock room to wash his hands. The suspect is a regular customer in the store and complainant stated she did not know there was a cash drawer in the room that contained $261. She had the suspect on video taking the money and leaving the store.

• Feb. 6: Victim was passing through Tennessee and had his wallet stolen at Arby’s off Lovell Road. Suspect had time to use some of the stolen credit cards.

• Feb. 6: Complainant, an employee of Kiddie Cottage off Kingston Pike, advised police that an unknown suspect had put super glue in the key holes of the doors at the daycare.

• Feb. 6: Officers responded to Hardee’s off North Campbell Station Road on domestic standby. The victim stated that she had been trying to get her children from her parents/suspects. She stated that this was the third time that officers had escorted her to her parents’ home to get her children. Officers escorted her again and the suspects were not home. Victim stated that her mother told her the children would be better off with the suspects than with the victim. Victim was referred to family crisis unit.

• Feb. 6: Complainant advised police that between Jan. 27 and Feb. 6, while he was away on a trip, an unknown suspect entered the complainant’s locked vehicle and stole a drill, an air compressor, saws and other assorted hand tools.

• Feb. 6: A complainant from Oskie’s off West End Avenue advised police that two unknown suspects ran up a bar tab and left without paying.

• Feb. 7: Officers responded to a domestic matter at a residence off Second Drive. Victim advised that her daughter was visiting and became angry with her. The victim advised that the suspect began yelling at her, accusing her of going through the suspect’s paperwork and personal information. Victim stated that the suspect has a history of mental illness but does not take her prescribed medication properly. Suspect left the residence for the day. Victim was advised of her legal options and given a family crisis card.

• Feb. 8: A Third Drive woman advised police that she came home and found her television, computer and XBox had been stolen from her residence. Entry appeared to have been made via a screwdriver or small crowbar through the locked back door.

• Feb. 9: An Oakland Avenue man advised police that there was possible external damage underneath his vehicle after running over a spare tire that was located in the roadway near the Lovell Road exit.

• Feb. 9: An Andover Boulevard man advised police that he found the lattice work at the back of the club house building had two holes knocked in it. Lattice work had been broken so the suspect(s) could gain access to the pool area.

• Feb. 10: A Paint Rock Ferry Road woman advised that an unknown suspect broker her driver side window and stole her purse while she was working in Cracker Barrel off North Campbell Station Road.

• Feb. 25: Victim advised police that on Feb. 22 she was traveling eastbound on I-40 when she got sick and had to pull of the road. Victim stated that she got out of her vehicle and believes her purse must have fallen out at the time. Victim advised that her son went back to the location but was unable to find the purse.

• Feb. 26: Officers responded to Baptist Hospital West off Parkside Drive on report of a forged prescription. Upon arrival, officers spoke with the nurse. Nurse stated that the complainant (Walgreens) faxed a copy of a forged and possibly stolen prescription. Original prescription was written Jan. 26. Fake prescription was for same date but hospital confirmed with the doctor that prescription was forged. Officers spoke with suspect. Suspect stated that he did not forge the prescription but it was a misunderstanding. Copies of the prescriptions were confiscated as evidence.

• Feb. 26: A Sonja Drive man advised police that between Jan. 8 and Feb. 26, a suspect came to his house after an argument with her husband, whom she is separated from and who is the complainant’s neighbor. Complainant allowed suspect to stay overnight at his house. Later he realized a turntable was missing. After getting his bank statement in the mail, he saw there were some unauthorized charges. Complainant was advised to contact fraud and forgery.

• Feb. 26: Officers were dispatched to Walgreens off Kingston Pike, concerning burglary to an automobile. Victim stated that she went into Walgreens to shop, came back out of her vehicle and noticed that the passenger side front window had been busted and her tote bag had been taken. Victim stated that she had a few miscellaneous items in the tote bag as well as her paycheck. Victim did not know amount of the check or the account numbers from the check. Officers advised victim to get all information on the check from her employer and contact records so it could be added to the report.

• Feb. 26: A Kingwood Street man advised police that an unknown suspect broke out the rear passenger window to her vehicle and took complainant’s laptop computer.

• Feb. 27: A complainant from a location off Parkside Drive stated that they noticed on Feb. 20 that an unknown suspect had pried open the door to their office and placed keys in the medicine cabinet and taken other keys. The medicine cabinet could not be opened as you have to have a code to open it. There were some pry marks on the doors around the locks. The business had been open since that had happened and several people had touched the areas that the perpetrators had touched. No fingerprinting could be done.

• Feb. 27: A complainant from West Bicycles off Kingston Pike stated that on Feb. 6, the suspect purchased two girl bicycles, one blue and one white, totaling $653.32. Suspect purchased two bicycles with check drawn on Home Federal bank and on the account of the suspect. Check was returned to the business stamped “Account Closed.” Home Federal stated that the checking account was so old that it was not in the system anymore because it had been closed for over a year. Complainant stated that the suspect altered the last three numbers of the account number on the bottom of the check.

• Feb. 28: A complainant from Petro Stopping Station advised police that an unknown suspect left without paying for $30.01 in gas.

• Feb. 28: A Midhurst Drive man stated that between Feb. 8 and Feb. 28, an unknown suspect took the trailer he had parked in a church’s parking lot. Complainant advised that he parked the trailer behind the church because it was too big to park at his home. Complainant stated there was a license plate for trailer but it was laying on the ground where the trailer was parked.

• Feb. 28: A Suttarth Road man advised police that the suspect stole a checkbook from his mother’s home. Account for the checkbook had been closed for about 5 years. Victim is in a nursing home in Rockwood; victim’s son and daughter live in the house to take care of it. Suspect is a friend of the complainant’s son. Suspect stayed over one night and the checks were discovered to be missing later. Complainant was made aware of the theft on Feb. 22 by a friend working at Ingle’s in Farragut.

• Feb. 29: An Oakland Hills man stated that the suspect, the complainant’s daughter, took silverware, a silver pitcher, a camera and iPod from his home.

• Feb. 29: A Game Club employee stated that between Feb. 28 and Feb. 29, an unknown suspect squirted super glue into the lock on the gate at the place of his employment.

• March 1: An officer was dispatched to a location off Kingston Pike for a domestic disturbance. Upon arrival, officer observed the suspect in the parking lot grabbing the victim in the chest area. Suspect kept pulling the victim’s shirt while the victim appeared to be trying to get away from the suspect. Officer separated both individuals. Officer attempted to give instructions to the suspect to stand in front of the officer’s vehicle but the suspect did not comply. She kept yelling at the officer so the officer arrested her. Victim reported that the suspect was the victim’s girlfriend and the suspect was mad because the victim had gone to a bar on Feb. 28. The suspect and victim began to argue in the vehicle so the victim pulled into a vacant parking lot off Kingston Pike. Suspect then began to yell and scream at victim. Victim told suspect that he wanted her to get out of his car but the suspect refused. The victim then called 9-1-1. While victim was on the phone with 9-1-1, the suspect opened the hood of the vehicle and took off all of the caps to the fluid areas of the vehicle. Then the suspect threw the caps around the parking lot. Suspect then started grabb

 

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