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police reports:

• June 10: Two suspects vandalized complainant’s Fort West Drive home’s mailbox by gluing inappropriate pictures to it. Suspects were later caught while vandalizing a neighbor’s mailbox.

• June 14: An unknown suspect damaged the tires of the complainant and complainant’s husband’s vehicles at their Sonja Drive home.

• June 15: Complainant, a resident of Brentway Circle, gave her friend permission to drive her vehicle to the gas station and back. Suspect has yet to bring vehicle back to victim.

• June 15: An unknown suspect vandalized complainant’s van with a baseball bat while it was parked at his Lawton Boulevard home.

• June 15: Complainant’s license plate was removed from his car while parked at his Dominick Point home.

• June 16: Victim stated an unknown suspect stole the license plate off his motorcycle parked at Wild Wing Café off Campbell Lakes Drive.

• June 17: An unknown suspect egged complainant’s Fort West Drive home and mailbox. The exterior of the home is stucco and will require repainting.

• June 18: Officers were dispatched to look for a possible suicidal suspect. After a search of the Kingsgate area officers were unable to find him. Officers went to suspect’s Midhurst Drive residence to speak with his mother. The mother stated that she and her son were in a verbal argument about housework when the suspect cut himself and left the residence. Officers and Rural Metro were unable to locate suspect for a mental evaluation.

• June 18: Employee in ICU at Baptist Hospital West said she discovered a black male inside a locked area going through another employee’s locker. Suspect stated he was looking for a male employee who worked the night shift because he was supposed to help suspect get a job there. Suspect asked if everyone was at lunch and then left. Victim decided to go through her purse and discovered her debit card was missing. Suspect left a note on the locker with his name and no phone number.

• June 18: Knox County Sheriff’s officers and Rural Metro personnel responded to a death at a common area off Ivy Lakes Drive.

• June 19: Complainant believes suspect, her son’s friend, stole a large jar of change from her Sweetgum Drive residence while he was staying over for a few nights. Neighbor saw suspect put something in his car the morning he left.

• June 19: An unknown suspect gained entry to a vehicle belonging to complainant’s husband’s employer parked at their Sugarwood Drive home. Suspect took noise reduction headphones from vehicle.

• June 19: Complainant said an unknown suspect stole a wallet from her purse while she was at Wild Wings Café off Campbell Lakes Road. Complainant does not remember letting the purse out of her sight.


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