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• May 16: A Foxfire Lane woman advised that an unknown suspect stole the catalytic converter from her vehicle.

• May 16: A Briarwood Boulevard woman advised an unknown suspect stole her wallet from her purse while the purse was sitting by her chair in a restaurant.

• May 16: An officer responded to the report of a hit-and-run at the intersection of Parkside Drive and Campbell Station Road. Victim stated that as she stopped at the light, her vehicle was hit from behind. She stated the suspect got out of his vehicle, went to the back of it, removed the license plate and fled the scene. Victim followed the suspect for a short time but lost him on Kingston Pike. There was minor damage to the rear bumper of the victim’s vehicle.

• May 16: An officer responded to a residence of Brochardt Boulevard on report of a disturbance that had taken place Monday, May 12. Upon officer’s arrival, victim stated his son was playing at his residence when the suspect, his neighbor, began to yell at his son and call him names because he couldn’t play with his children. Victim stated he confronted suspect and the suspect began to yell and curse at him. He stated the suspect then got in his face, yelling and cursing. Victim felt the suspect would hit him, but he did not. Victim then stated that after the altercation, the suspect went back to his residence.

• May 16: An officer responded to a residence off Longstreet Place on report of burglary. Upon officer’s arrival, victim stated his daughter had come home earlier in the day and discovered all the doors open. Victim stated that later in the evening, his son had come home to discover an unknown suspect had taken his Sony Playstation III gaming system. Nothing else was taken from the residence and there were no signs of forced entry.

• May 17: A Lost Tree Lane man stated an unknown suspect damaged his mailbox by apparently hitting it with his vehicle.

• May 17: An officer responded to Kohl’s Department store on report that a shoplifter had been apprehended. Upon officer’s arrival, complainant stated he observed the suspect around the belt section. He then stated the suspect tore a tag off a belt and put it on. He then stated the suspect picked up another belt and left his behind. He observed the suspect pick up a black t-shirt and black dress shirt and walk out the door. Suspect was stopped by security and cited for shoplifting.

• May 18: A complainant from Weigel’s Farm Stores off Kingston Pike stated a white male driving a white Jeep Cherokee pumped $72.75 in gasoline and drove off without paying. Complainant was able to obtain suspect’s license plate number.

• May 18: A Rock Springs Road woman stated an unknown suspect removed the catalytic converter from her vehicle while she was at work.

• May 19: A Farragut High School student stated an unknown suspect vandalized her vehicle by keying it on both sides. Complainant stated the incident may have been captured on school’s security camera.

• May 19: A D and S Builders employee stated an unknown suspect took a fuel tank, containing approximately 200 gallons of fuel, from a job site.

• May 18: A Singing Hills Point man advised his silver SUV had been struck in the left rear quarter panel just above the bumper. Victim advised he just noticed the damage and didn’t know when or where this occurred.

 

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