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police reports:




• March 17: Complainant from Jack’s Construction Company advised police that an unknown suspect stole tools from a company outbuilding. Building was locked; entry was made by cutting the lock off the door.

• March 18: Officers responded to a burglary of a resident at Champions Point. Victim stated that between March 17 and March 18, an unknown suspect forced open the front door on the north end of the residence, entered the residence and removed an oven. Contractor of the property advised that he was missing some tools as well. Victim advised that he believed burglary was done by a former contractor. He also advised that two weeks prior, a refrigerator was taken from the residence.

• March 18: A Virtue Road man stated that he left home and came back to see that an unknown suspect or suspects had driven a vehicle into his house. Victim thinks he knows who did it, but there was no witness or evidence. Suspect may be a homeless man; suspect’s car may be a green Saturn with white paint on it.

• March 19: A Williamsburg Drive woman advised police that between March 18 and March 19 an unknown suspect damaged her mailbox with what appears to be a ball bat.

• March 19: A Brochardt Boulevard woman advised that an unknown suspect broke the light on her mailbox. She stated that it appears the light may have been hit with a pellet from a pellet gun. Several other mailboxes in the neighborhood also were damaged.

• March 19: A Woodlawn Church Lane woman stated that an unknown suspect broke out the rear window to her vehicle and took a black leather backpack and a day planner.

• March 19: A Comblain Road man stated that between March 18 and March 19, an unknown suspect smashed the light on his mailbox and broke a brick off the top of the post.

• March 20: An Annabrook Road man advised police that an unknown suspect broke the light on his mailbox post.

• March 20: A Pony Express Drive woman advised police that between March 19 and March 20, her purse and contents were stolen. Complainant is unsure of exact location of the theft but she recalls having the purse at the grocery store. Complainant states that the suspect tried unsuccessfully to use her credit card at a gas station off Broadway.

• March 20: Complainant from Blue Ridge Mountain Sports told police that on March 19, a suspect attempted to return merchandise to the store that the complainant believed to be stolen. Suspect left with the items from one store and attempted to return them at another store, where he was denied the return. Officer spoke with complainant and suspect. Complainant said the business had no record of items being sold. The items were returned to the complainant. Officer advised complainant to complete a theft report.

• March 21: Officers responded to La Petite when complainant called to report business had been vandalized. Complainant stated that unknown suspect broke a garden bench situated near the entrance of the business. Suspect also took a toy from the playground and threw it at a window, breaking the toy, window and window screen.

• March 22: A Lake Haven Drive man advised police that he and the suspect have a lawsuit against each other and that the suspect had been following him. Victim stated that while he was eating at a restaurant, he noticed the suspect driving around the parking lot and then stopping next to his vehicle. Victim stated that suspect stayed there until he walked outside. Suspect then drove off towards Kingston Pike without further

incident.

• March 23: Complainant from Weigel’s off Kingston Pike stated that two white female suspects drove off without paying for $55 worth of

gasoline.

• March 23: Complainant from Pilot off Campbell Station Road advised police that suspect drove off without paying for $27.29 worth of gasoline. Suspect did come into the store but it was unknown if he had purchased anything.

• March 24: A Rodeo Drive woman stated that she was contacted by phone from Citibank credit accounts about some suspicious activity on an account. An unknown suspect was attempting to open an account with Citibank using some of the victim’s personal information. Citibank employees were suspicious when the address given did not match the victim’s home address. Suspect’s address was somewhere in Brooklyn, N.Y.

• March 24: An O’Connell Drive man advised police that between March 18 and March 24, an unknown suspect took a sprinkler regulator from his office building off Kingston Pike.

• March 25: A complainant from Atlas Roofing Company advised police that an unknown suspect stole the company Bobcat from a construction site off Kingston Pike between March 3 and March 24.

• March 26: Complainant from Pilot off Campbell Station Road advised that an older white female drove off without paying for $20 worth of gasoline. Complainant advised the suspect left heading toward the Interstate.

• March 27: A Brochardt Boulevard woman stated that between March 26 and March 27, an unknown suspect stole four license plates belonging to complainant, her family and her husband’s employer.

• March 27: A complainant advised police that he was volunteering at Farragut High School for an event and parked his car near the school. When the complainant returned from the event, he noticed the tag was missing from his vehicle. Complainant thinks it might have been stolen but is unsure of the time. Complainant made the report to obtain a new tag and release him of liability.

• March 27: Officers responded to a location off Kingston Pike on report of burglary to a vehicle. Victim stated that he had gone to the gym to work out and returned to his vehicle to find the driver’s door open. He discovered multiple items missing: a Garmin GPS unit, a laptop computer, a cell phone, Sony television and DVD player, container of coins and a Cobra CB radio. There were no signs of forced entry.

• March 30: A complainant from Pilot off Campbell Station Road advised police that a male suspect drove away without paying for $45.23 worth of gasoline.

• March 31: A Lanesborough Way man advised police that while he was moving out of his apartment, he left his handgun in the kitchen drawer. Complainant thinks that perhaps the painters, who were hired by the apartment complex, stole the gun but he is not sure. Complainant is making the report to release him of liability.

 

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