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• Oct. 15: Knox County Sheriff officer Joshua Ridley responded to a residence off Shadowfax Road on report of a burglary. Victim stated when he returned home from work in the evening, his and his wife’s jewelry boxes were open. Victim stated several bracelets, rings and necklaces were missing. Jewelry was in the boxes when he and his wife left for work. There was no sign of forced entry into the residence. Victim believes suspect may have used a key.

• Oct. 15: A Concord Farms Lane man advised KCSO officer P.J. Lambert an unknown suspect entered his vehicle and took his GPS system.

• Oct. 16: A Shoney’s employee advised KCSO officer Laura McElhaney an unknown male and female left the restaurant without paying their bill. They drove away in an older model Chevy truck with a large toolbox in the back. License number was known. Officer Chad Coleman advised the vehicle had been located and towed to Sutherland Avenue and a hold for detectives had been placed on it.

• Oct. 17: A Walgreens employee advised KCSO support staff Frava Limburg a known suspect entered the business and stole $95 from the cash register. Complainant stated he has suspect on tape inside the store but not taking the money. Suspect is a former employee of the store. Complainant advised the suspect had the cashier leave the register to look for something and while he was gone, suspect stole the money from the register.

• Oct. 18: A Sedgefield Drive man advised KCSO officer Gary Disney he heard noises coming from his pod storage shed. When he looked out the window, he saw a man unloading items out of the storage shed. The white male suspect was in his late 20s, approximately 6-foot tall and 150 pounds and wearing a white shirt, white hat and blue jeans. Victim stated when he turned on the outside lights, the suspect fled through the yard beside the house. Victim stated he had only had the storage pod for two days, but had all of his household furnishings loaded into it that day by a moving company. Victim stated he had locked the storage pod, but now the lock was missing. It was apparently cut off. Victim stated he was unsure if anything was missing until he could do an inventory.

• Oct. 19: A Kohl’s employee advised KCSO officer Matt Lusk he observed the arrestee concealing merchandise in her purse and passing all points of purchase to exit the business. Arrestee was stopped and merchandise recovered. Lusk accompanied arrestee and complainant to arrestee’s vehicle, where nine pairs of pants were also recovered. Merchan-dise total was $291.99.


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