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• Oct. 3: A Windham Hill Road man advised Knox County Sheriff’s Office support staffer Frava Limburg the license plate was missing from his vehicle. He did not know where it might be.

• Oct. 3: A Loop Road woman advised KCSO officer Jim Albanese she had paid a deposit to a Florida condo rental company. The down payment was to be mailed back to her, but instead of mailing it to her current residence, the company mailed it to an old address. Complainant stated she was advised by the rental company the check had been cashed by a known suspect at ORNL Federal Credit Union.

• Oct. 3: A Miller Road woman advised KCSO officer Cathy Norris her ex-boyfriend started calling and texting her the morning of Oct. 3. Complainant said she had told suspect on numerous occasions to stop and that she wanted no further contact with him. She also told him she filed a harassment report on him as of Sept. 26.

• Oct. 3: A Sweetgum Road man advised KCSO staffer Frava Limburg an unknown suspect stole his credit card. Complainant advised he left the card on the dresser in his bedroom while he left town for the weekend. He discovered the theft after going on-line to pay a bill and saw charges were made on the card while he was out of town. Complainant stated his son had a party at the house while he was gone and many people came and went.

• Oct. 3: A Teton Lane man advised KCSO staffer Frava Limburg he took a roll top desk to Village Exchange consignment shop to be sold. He stated the shop went out of business and he now cannot find the owner to get the desk back.

• Oct. 6: A Mountain Drive man advised KCSO staffer Frava Limburg he took several pieces of furniture and other decorative items to a known suspect’s business so it could be sold for him. Complainant stated the suspect then closed the business and now the complainant cannot get his items back or get in touch with suspect.

• Oct. 6: A Blue Beacon employee advised KCSO officer Matthew Schlosshan a known suspect washed his vehicle without paying and then drove away. Complainant stated the suspect had done this multiple times in the past.

• Oct. 7: Officer Ronald Black was dispatched to a residence off Reaburn Lane for a disturbance. Victim told Black the suspect approached him and verbally threatened him, saying, “I’m going to [expletive] kill you.” Witness also stated he heard suspect threatening to kill the victim.

• Oct. 7: An Annadale Road woman advised KCSO officer P.J. Lambert an unknown suspect entered her vehicle by breaking out her rear driver side window. Suspect stole victim’s purse, wallet, eyeglasses, various credit cards and checkbook.

• Oct. 9: Officer James Ryan responded to Kohl’s department store off Kingston Pike for a shoplifting call. Witness sated the suspect walked out of the store with $195 worth of linens without paying. Suspect stated he did leave in an attempt to steal merchandise. Suspect was misdemeanor cited. Records check revealed suspect has warrants out of Blount County. Suspect was transported to Blount County.

 

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