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• Aug. 1: Officers executed a court order from Loudon County Juvenile Court giving the complainant temporary residential and full custody of his infant son. Child and necessary items were transferred from the mother to the complainant without incident.

• Aug. 2: Officers responded to McDonald’s off Kingston Pike on report of a burglary. Upon officers’ arrival, complainant stated the window next to the drive-through window was broken when he arrived at work. Window had metal crossbars to prevent anyone from entering the business. Complainant stated there was nothing missing from the business; he would look for suspect information on the surveillance tape.

• Aug. 2: A Todwick Lane man stated an unknown suspect slashed the two passenger side tires of his vehicle.

• Aug. 2: An employee of Kohl’s Department Store off Kingston Pike advised officers that the suspect was observed by security taking multiple items outside the store without paying. Suspect was observed and videotaped taking 15 shirts, four pairs of shorts, 56 pieces of jewelry, six pairs of sunglasses and a handbag. Victim admitted to taking the items but stated he did not know about the jewelry. The officers took him into custody.

• Aug. 3: A Palistine Lane man advised police that the suspect was at his home because he was fixing her vehicle. Suspect had stayed for a few hours and then left, stealing his vehicle to do so. Complainant stated the suspect left in the middle of the night and was drunk. She had left her teeth and other personal items at the house. Complainant stated he did not give her permission to use his car.

• Aug. 3: A La Christa Way woman advised police that while she was house-sitting for her son, the tires on her vehicle were slashed. She stated she did not see anyone do the damage, but the suspect spray-painted “This is Conner’s fault” on the driveway. Complainant advised Conner is her 17-year-old grandson.

• Aug. 3: Officers responded to report of a burglary at a construction site off Parkside Drive. Complainant advised he stopped by the site to get ice from the office trailer when he found the front window to the office trailer had been broken. The complainant entered the trailer and found three two-way radios and a Kodak camera were missing.

• Aug. 4: A Heatherwood Court woman stated during the night of Aug. 3, an unknown suspect entered all three of her family’s unlocked vehicles. The vehicles had been ransacked but complainant believed the only thing missing was $10 from one of the vehicles.

• Aug. 4: A Lark Meadow Drive woman advised an unknown suspect stole a weed eater from her utility trailer.

• Aug. 4: An employee of Wendy’s off Kingston Pike advised between July 22 and Aug. 4, he had received several phone calls each day from the suspect while at work. Complainant stated the suspect believes complainant owes him money for an iPod he purchased from the suspect.

• Aug. 5: An employee of Volunteer Chiropractic off Kingston Pike stated an unknown suspect began calling her that day at work with obscene phone calls. Calls began at 11:40 a.m. and continued through the day.

• Aug. 6: Officers responded to an automobile accident outside Blockbuster off Kingston Pike. Complainant stated as he was driving through the parking lot, he ran over a drainage grate and the grate fell into the drain, causing the driver’s side rear tire to fall into the drain. Ron’s Wreck Service responded and removed the vehicle.

• Aug. 6: A Long Ridge Road man advised police that a Daytona motorcycle was delivered to his property while he was not at home. When he came home from work, the box was torn and the motorcycle was missing.

• Aug. 7: Officers responded to the Texaco gas station off Kingston Pike on report of a domestic disturbance. Victim stated she and her boyfriend had been in a verbal argument that turned physical. He grabbed her, leaving bruises on her arms and neck. The incident occurred the night of Aug. 6. Victim refused medical treatment, and was advised of her rights and was given a victim rights card. Victim’s mother was contacted and advised on the order of protection procedures.

 

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