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• July 26: Complainant, an employee of Country Inns and Suites, advised that an unknown female suspect pulled into the parking lot in a 35-foot U-Haul truck. Suspect could not turn around in order to exit the business, so she ran over the curb but became stuck. Complainant called a Cedar Bluff towing company to pull the U-Haul truck off the curb. When the complainant later exited the business with the towing company, suspect and her U-Haul were gone, the curb was broken and shrubbery bushes were damaged.

• July 26: Officers responded to Farragut Walk-in Clinic off Kingston Pike on report of a domestic argument. Victim and suspect, brothers, were involved in an argument in the parking lot. Complainant, mother of the victim and the suspect, advised officers that she and her children have been living out her car for two days and that all three were very emotional. Officers arranged for the victim to stay at his father’s residence. Complainant was given a list of shelters and help hotlines.

• July 26: A Dutch Valley Road woman advised police that an unknown suspect gained entry into her vehicle through an open window while the car was parked at a location off Kingston Pike. Suspect stole a wallet with contents, including driver’s license, debit card and social security card.

• July 28: A Fordtown Road woman stated that while her vehicle was parked outside Baptist West Hospital, an unknown suspect removed the catalytic converter.

• July 28: A West Meadow Road woman advised police that the window of her male companion’s vehicle was broken and her purse and his wallet, with contents, as well as a camera and cell phones, were stolen while the vehicle was parked at a location off Kingston Pike.

• July 29: An Atkins Road man advised police that his house had been burglarized. However, upon investigation, it was found that only the door had been vandalized. Victim stated the witness observed the suspect vehicle and had a description of the suspect. Witness described a vehicle drive past victim’s residence and turn around in a neighbor’s driveway. Victim believed the vehicle belongs to the ex-husband of his girlfriend. Nothing in the residence was missing or disturbed.

• July 29: A complainant from Little Joe’s Pizza stated that an unknown suspect stole $70 in cash from tip jars on the counter. Suspect entered the business to pick up a to go order, took the two tip jars from the counter to a booth, removed the money and left the jars underneath the booth’s table. He then exited the business.

• July 30: A Whispering Hills Lane woman advised that within the month, an unknown suspect had cut the ropes on her hammock half-way through. Hammock is located in the victim’s back yard.

• July 30: A Barlow Drive woman advised police that between July 29 and July 30, an unknown suspect entered her vehicle and rummaged through items in her car. Nothing was reported missing.


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