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• June 20: A Tellico Street woman advised that she and a friend went into Wild Wing Café for dinner. When they returned to their vehicle, they observed the passenger front window had been broken and a screwdriver lying in the passenger seat. Unknown suspect had also taken two purses with contents, including checkbooks and credit and debit cards.

• June 20: A Destiny Ridge Way man advised police he had taken criminal charges against suspect, who was given instructions to stay away from victim. Victim stated that while he was in Blockbuster Video in Farragut, suspect came into the store and approached him. Suspect made several attempts to talk to victim, but victim stated he told suspect to leave him alone and walked away. Victim also stated he has seen suspect in his community. Victim did not possess paperwork listing the restrictions against suspect.

• June 21: A South Carolina woman advised police that her ex-father-in-law contacted her by phone when she was visiting her parents in Knoxville. Suspect threatened to take her child away from her and swore at her. Victim is divorced from suspect’s son, has remarried and has sole custody of the child.

• June 21: Officers responded to Cotton Eyed Joe on a vandalism call. Victim stated he noticed unknown suspects had vandalized his vehicle. Victim’s vehicle had damage at the front-end fender and stereo antenna.

• June 22: Officers responded to a residence off Lindsey Lane concerning a possible suicide attempt. Victim was transported to The University of Tennessee Medical Center.

• June 23: Officers were dispatched to a residence off Wardley Road concerning attempted suicide. When officers arrived, they found victim outside the residence on the phone. She was not injured and did not have a knife on her person. Victim stated she was having suicidal thoughts; Rural/Metro transported victim to Baptist Hospital West.


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