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• July 9: An unknown suspect stole prescription pads from Clinton Family Physicians off South Charles Sevier Boulevard.

• July 16: Complainant states that an unknown suspect entered Gatehouse Antique Market off Campbell Station Road. While no one was looking, suspect gained entry to the showcase and took various items, including a bracelet and a ring.

• July 17: A male and female suspect came into Campbell, Cunningham and Taylor off Kingston Pike to look at eyeglasses. Female suspect kept the complainant distracted by placing an order for glasses while male suspect stole sunglasses amounting to $1,788.

• July 18: Complainant left her vehicle in a bus parking lot off North Campbell Station Road. When she returned, her driver’s back window was broken out and the window visor had been taken.

• July 18: Complainant and suspect had recently divorced. They shared joint custody of their two children. Suspect called her when he picked up the children for the weekend. She stated she believed he was under the influence of an unknown substance prior to picking up children. She went to his subdivision, where they had an argument. Suspect said she was upset because he had moved on from the relationship. Suspect states he had to call the police to get her to leave his Sundancer Road residence.

• July 18: Officers responded to a call off Campbell Lakes Drive for a vehicle break-in at Wild Wing Café. The victim’s back driver’s side window was broken and her handbag and contents were taken, including $900 in cash.

• July 19: Officers responded to a burglary call off Weatherly Hills Boulevard. An unknown suspect entered complainant’s 2006 Ford Explorer, owned by the FBI, and removed the GPS system.

• July 19: A Crystal Brooke Lane man reported his GPS system was stolen out of his unlocked car.

• July 19: Suspect, a former employee of the victim, has been calling the victim several times a day for the past five months, making screeching and laughing noises. Phone calls have escalated to the suspect telling victim that she should not be in charge of her children.

• July 19: Victim reported that, while at Wild Wing Café off Campbell Lakes Drive, the passenger side window of her vehicle was broken out and her purse and contents were stolen.

• July 19: Victim stated that she went to Wild Wing Café off Campbell Lakes Drive. When she returned to her vehicle, the back window of her vehicle had been broken. Victim was unsure if anything was missing.

• July 19: Officers responded to a break-in call off Commodore Lane. Victim said an unknown suspect was attempting to force entry into his residence. Suspect entered victim’s unlocked vehicle in the driveway and took his work cell phone and garage door opener. Suspect used opener to gain entry into the garage and attached guest suite. Suspect took video games that were later found in the neighbor’s yard.

• July 20: Complainant stated the license plate fell off his motorcycle, but he was unsure where it had been lost. Complainant was required to file a police report in order to obtain a new license plate.

• July 21: A Gwinhurst Road woman stated she heard loud noises outside her home and went to investigate. She discovered her mailbox had been hit and was damaged.

• July 21: Officers responded to a break-in call off Parkside Drive. An unknown suspect had broken into a storage trailer and an office trailer. The lock had been cut and entry was made through a broken window. Stolen items included various tools amounting to about $4,000.

 

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