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• Sept. 21: A Prince George Parish man advised Knox County Sheriff’s officer Pamela Wyrick an unknown suspect gained entry to his vehicle. He stated the vehicle was locked and point of entry is unknown. Suspect stole two cameras, two purses, a wallet, a radio, make-up, an electrical converter, two cases of beer, money, credit cards, checkbook, cigar case and cutter and a cigarette lighter.

• Sept. 22: A Riversound Drive man advised KCSO officer P.J. Lambert a known suspect took a desk, dresser, lamp, chest and television from complainant’s home to sell at suspect’s consignment shop. Suspect has since closed the shop and taken the items without notifying the complainant or paying him.

• Sept. 22: KCSO officer Ryan James responded to Court Café for a burglary call. Complainant, one of the owners, stated an unknown suspect entered the business through the basement access door and took $176 from the cash drawer. Suspect broke the doorjamb in the process of forcing it open.

• Sept. 23: KCSO officer Angela Parris was called to a residence off Barcroft Lane to investigate a burglary. Complainant advised an unknown suspect had entered the garage through the open door and taken a saw.

• Sept. 23: A Monticello Drive woman advised KCSO support staffer Frava Limburg an unknown suspect stole her camera from the closed and locked swimming pool where she works. Victim left the camera in a chair at the pool. Unknown suspect climbed over the locked gate to get inside the pool.

• Sept. 23: A Chapel Point Way man advised KCSO officer Matthew Schlosshan an unknown suspect gained entry to his vehicle through an unlocked door and stole a radar detector, a taser, pepper spray, credit card, knife and athletic bag.

• Sept. 24: A Coyatee Shores Trail woman advised KCSO officer Aaron Yarnell a known suspect took dining chairs from her home to sell in his consignment shop off Campbell Station Road. Victim did not hear from suspect and when she went to location of consignment shop, it appeared to be abandoned. Victim has made numerous attempts to locate suspect for payment, but suspect continues to avoid her.

• Sept. 24: KCSO officer Joshua Ridley responded to a residence off Augusta National Way to do a welfare check on the victim. Complainant was concerned for victim’s welfare because he had entered a walk-in closet Sept. 22 and had not left the closet since. Victim’s actions and mental instability caused officer to notify mobile crisis. Mobile crisis performed an assessment and requested victim be transported to Baptist Hospital West. Victim passively resisted officers, who had to lift victim and place him in back of police cruiser in handcuffs. Officers transported victim to the hospital.

 

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