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• Aug. 8: An employee of Taco Bell off Kingston Pike advised police an unknown suspect broke two of the drive thru windows and gained entry to the business. Nothing was reported missing.

• Aug. 10: Complainant advised Knox County Sherrif’s Office deputy Nick Schumann an unknown suspect stole her wallet, containing money, credit and debit cards and drivers license out of her purse at Walgreens, 601 N. Campbell Station Road. Complainant stated the business had video of the suspect taking items from the purse, but she had not seen the suspect.

• Aug. 11: A Wyndham Hall Lane man stated to police his weedeater was stolen Aug. 8, between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. As of Aug. 11, complainant stated he was missing a pressure washer and blower and a miter saw belonging to RLI Construction.

• Aug. 11: A Crystal Brook Lane man stated to police an unknown suspect entered the open garage and took a weed eater.

• Aug. 12: Officer John Engwall of the Knox County Sheriff’s Office responded to Fresh Market off Kingston Pike, where the manager reported three suspects fled the business with about $80 worth of meat. Two male suspects fled in a silver Hyundai with a known tag, leaving the female suspect behind. She provided information on the two male suspects and was told by the manager she could not be on the property again. Engwall provided the manager with report number so he could secure warrants if he later desired to do so. He opted not to charge the female suspect at the time.

• Aug. 12: Officers were dispatched to the Knox County Farragut Branch Public Library on a bomb call. Complainant told police he found what he thought was a spray can in a creek. He picked it up and realized it was not a can and was afraid it might be an explosive device. Complainant took it to a grassy area in front of the library, set it down and called 911. When officers arrived, it was determined the item was not a spray can and KCSO Sgt. Tony Strickland from the bomb squad was called to respond. He determined the item was a Civil War parrot round. Northbound and southbound lanes of Campbell Station Road between Old Colony Parkway and Herron Road were shut down for public safety. The Civil War parrot round was rendered safe and all residents were advised by police it was safe to return to their homes.

• Aug. 13: A Longberry Lane man advised while he was in Rush Fitness Center off Kingston Pike, his credit cards were stolen from his locked locker by an unknown suspect. Complainant advised when he left the room to work out, he made sure the locker was locked. Complainant did not see any suspects.

• Aug. 13: A Raceland Way man stated to police he unknowingly left his wallet on top of his vehicle at the BP Kenjo Market off Campbell Station Road. The wallet fell off the vehicle as he traveled toward Kingston Pike.


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