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• Sept. 11: A Williamsburg Drive woman told Knox County Sheriff’s Office support staffer Frava Limburg she purchased a vehicle in July and had the temporary tag on the vehicle. When the temporary tag expired, she called to check on the new tag she was supposed to receive from Carmax. She discovered the tag had been delivered to her residence via FedEx. Complainant never received tag and does not know its whereabouts.

• Sept. 11: A Triple Crown Boulevard woman stated an unknown suspect entered her vehicle and stole a planner containing cash, checkbooks and various credit cards. Vehicle was unlocked and parked in the driveway.

• Sept. 11: Officer Traye Cooke responded to Walgreens off Campbell Station Road on a false prescription call. Complainant advised officers that suspect was trying to get a fake prescription for Ritalin filed. Physician listed on prescription indicated a doctor in Florida. Pharmacy contacted doctor, who confirmed he had not written prescription. Officers confiscated methadone pills and an empty bottle of methylphenidate pills.

• Sept. 12: A Chapel Pointe Lane man advised KCSO officer Cathy Norris an unknown suspect stole a golf bag and golf clubs from his attached garage. Garage door was open.

• Sept. 13: A Grainger Avenue man advised KCSO officer Johnny McDonald the victim, a Captains Way man, was injured while attending a football game at Farragut High School and went to a hospital. When complainant returned to pick up the vehicle, parked at FHS, he discovered both side mirrors and sunroof had been broken and the hood had a large dent.

• Sept. 13: A Broadmoor Point man advised KCSO officer Matthew Schlosshan an unknown suspect used his identity to open a credit card account in his name. Complainant stated the suspect charged $720 to the credit card. Complainant discovered the charges because the credit card company contacted him.

• Sept. 14: A Todwick Lane woman stated an unknown suspect gained entry to her vehicle, which belongs to her father. Suspect took a Vera Bradley purse, Coach wallet, cash, drivers license, debit card and school supplies. There were no signs of forced entry.

• Sept. 14: An Old Emory Road woman advised KSCO officer Matthew Schlosshan an unknown suspect broke the windshield of her car and stole a Coach purse, iPod, cash and credit card.

• Sept. 14: KCSO officer Bobby Law responded to Farragut Cleaners off Kingston Pike for a burglary alarm. Complainant stated when he arrived at business, he noticed arrestee one standing at back door. Complainant left immediately. When officers arrived, officers found arrestee one behind business. Officers noticed the back door had been kicked and damaged by someone trying to make entry. Shoe print on the door appeared to match arrestee one’s. Arrestee two was standing in the grass next door. He was intoxicated and unsure how he got there. Arrestee two was a danger to himself and others.

• Sept. 14: KCSO officer Ricky Irwin Jr. responded to Ott’s Barbecue off Kingston Pike for a business alarm. Irwin, officer Matt Evans and K-9 discovered the west side access door was unlocked. Both officers entered and cleared the building, observing damage to office door. An unknown suspect apparently kicked the door open. Cash register drawers were pried open. Owner arrived and advised a safe was missing from the office with approximately $1,100. It was later discovered point of entry was through a vent on the south side of the business. Exit was the west door.

• Sept. 14: A LeConte Drive woman advised KCSO officer Angie Quinn an unknown suspect broke the front driver side window of her vehicle and stole her purse with cash, checkbooks and credit cards.



• Sept. 15: A Wardley Road woman advised KCSO officer Mike Cheaves about the burglary of her neighbor’s house. She stated suspect vehicle came down the hill from Sonja Drive and suspect walked along several houses and then to rear of victim’s house. He then walked back to the front, got in to suspect vehicle and drove back up the hill. A short time later, suspect vehicle came back. Suspect again got out of the back seat and went to rear of victim’s house, where he gained entry through an unlocked sliding glass door. Suspect went upstairs, took victim’s jewelry case from dresser and set it on the floor at the foot of the bed. Victim advised suspect also had been under her bed and in her closet. Victim advised she is missing an unknown amount of gold and silver earring and necklaces. Witness said suspect exited the residence putting items in his pants pockets. Suspect joined two other people in the suspect vehicle.

• Sept. 15: A Sonic employee advised KCSO officer P.J. Lambert an employee stole $3,356.49 from two deposits and a safe fund belonging to the business.

• Sept. 15: A Windlass Drive man advised KCSO officer Ellan Nauss he had been on vacation and had a friend house-sitting. When victim returned, he found his golf clubs were missing. Victim was informed golf clubs had been recovered and warrants would be taken out.

• Sept. 15: KCSO officer Timothy Acres responded to a burglary at a residence off Sonja Drive. Complainant stated an unknown suspect had kicked in his front door and taken two computer monitors, two laptop computers, a PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and $3,000.

• Sept. 16: A Cassidy Lane man advised KCSO officer Matthew Schlosshan an unknown suspect stole golf clubs from his garage between Sept. 13 and Sept. 16. Garage door was open.

• Sept. 17: Around midnight, KCSO officer Ricky Irwin Jr. responded to a hit and run involving a pedestrian at the intersection of McFee Road and Boyd Station Road. Upon officer’s arrival, victim was moaning and being transported to Parkwest Hospital. Witness stated a man in his early 30s, driving a white Volkswagen beetle, pulled up and asked if victim was okay. The unknown man stated he called 9-1-1 and said help was on the way. He then told witness, “I almost didn’t see her coming around the curve.” The man then left. Witness did not see any vehicle strike the victim. Victim later told Irwin she had been walking from Brixworth subdivision to see a friend. She was wearing pajamas. Victim could not provide details about the incident. She thinks the car that struck her was white.

• Sept. 17: A Bonneville Drive man advised KCSO officer Jim Wright a leaf blower was stolen from his vehicle Sept. 12. The blower was recovered and returned to victim Sept. 17.

 

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