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• June 25: A Monticello Drive woman advised that her vehicle was entered into through an unlocked door and her GPS system and various CDs were stolen.

• June 25: Officers responded to a scene off Interstate 40 westbound near the entrance to the weigh scales on report of a deceased body in a vehicle.. Complainant stated he pulled in behind victim’s vehicle as it sat on the shoulder of the interstate. When he checked on victim, complainant found him unconscious, slumped over the center console and not breathing. Complainant stated vehicle was still running, in the park gear and unlocked when he arrived. Investigation found no sign of foul play or trauma to victim. Body was confirmed deceased and transported to forensic center. Investigation is ongoing.

• June 25: A Lanesborough Way woman stated an unknown suspect slashed the convertible top to her vehicle in three places.

• June 25: A Sycamore Drive woman advised police an unknown suspect smashed the passenger side window of her vehicle while it was parked in the Baptist Hospital West parking lot. Suspect stole a Vera Bradley briefcase, DVD player, driver’s license and checkbook.

• June 25: A Lanesborough Way man stated an unknown suspect stabbed the convertible top of his vehicle six times and scraped the paint off the passenger side fender.

• June 25: A Cromwell Road man advised police an unknown suspect broke into his locked vehicle and stole golf clubs, polo shirts, a jacket and hoodie, fishing and baseball equipment and Oakley sunglasses.

• June 26: A Shelley Drive woman advised she left her debit card at Walgreen’s June 22. The next day, she discovered an unknown suspect had used the card at various gas stations, including Exxon Mobil for $40, Weigel’s for $62.01 and Shell for $62.

• June 27: Complainant from Sir Goony’s Family Fun Center stated business was broken into during the night of June 26. Suspect broke the lock on the door to the woman’s restroom and kicked a hole in the wall to the office. Suspect then stole $250 cash.

• June 27: An employee of Baptist Hospital West advised a man named David text messaged her while she was working the night of June 26. She stated the suspect was trying to find out where she was and harassing her through text messaging.

• June 27: A Nassau Drive woman advised she was working in her yard when she heard her dogs barking. When she entered her residence, she noticed her purse had been moved into another room of the house and her wallet and credit card were missing.

• June 28: A Newport Road woman advised that, during the night of June 27, an unknown suspect vandalized her residence by painting multiple expletives and genitalia on her house.

• June 28: A Hart Road woman advised police an unknown suspect broke the back passenger window of her vehicle and stole her purse and contents.

• July 1: A Swan Pond Circle man advised police he was traveling east on Interstate 40 at the Campbell Station Road exit when an unidentified vehicle hit tractor trailer tire debris on the roadway, causing the debris to hit his vehicle, damaging the hood, passenger side front fender and mirror and antenna.

• July 2: A complainant from Walgreen’s Pharmacy, off Kingston Pike, advised police an unknown suspect stole a carton of Marlboro Light cigarettes. Complainant stated suspect was in a small, black Mitsubishi SUV with no tag displayed.

• July 2: A complainant from Pilot gas station off Campbell Station Road stated an unknown suspect pumped $18 in gasoline and drove away without paying.

• July 2: Complainant from Pilot gas station off Campbell Station Road stated an unknown suspect drove away without paying for $48.58 in gasoline.

• July 2: A Garrison Ridge Blvd. woman advised police an unknown suspect broke into her vehicle and stole her purse and contents.

 

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