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• July 9: Victim’s wallet was taken while shopping at Kroger off Kingston Pike. Stolen items include credit cards, gift cards, IDs, and $200.

• July 10: Victim’s credit card was taken from her purse while working at Goody’s Family Clothing off Parkside Drive. Unknown suspect made charges on the card amounting to $450.

• July 10: Offers responded to the natural death of an Andover Boulevard resident.

• July 10: Complainant was moving from his Lanesborough Way residence. When he went to get his Mustang, he discovered that the convertible top was cut on both sides.

• July 11: Unknown suspect broke into victim’s vehicle at Wild Wings Café off Campbell Lakes Drive and stole a purse.

• July 13: Officers traveling north on Concord Road noticed headlights down an embankment. They stopped and investigated the single motor vehicle accident. The driver of the wrecked vehicle said he was traveling on Concord Road when he lost control. Property owners were notified, and suspect agreed to pay for property damage.

• July 14: Officers were dispatched to Farragut High School where the complainant entered her office and found an unknown white male sitting at her desk and rifling through her purse. She attempted to detain him, but he left the area. Nothing was missing from the purse.

• July 14: Officers responded to a domestic dispute off Cavett Lane. Complainant stated her ex-husband came to her job and presented her with a letter stating he would prosecute her if she entered her home. The two were recently divorced and there is an ongoing dispute over property.

• July 15: Officers were dispatched to a construction site off Kingston Pike where someone broke into the motor room and cut out newly installed cables from the electrical boxes. There were slight pry marks on the door and clean cuts on the remaining cables. The losses are estimated at about $15,000.

• July 17: Officers were dispatched to a residence off Peterson Road. The back and bedroom doors were forced open, and items including a camera, jewelry, a jewelry box, and sunglasses were stolen.


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