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• Nov. 20: Knox County Sheriff’s officer Kenneth Aken responded to Petro’s Stopping Center off Watt Road on a theft call. Victim told officers he went into Petro’s at 3:30 a.m. and was talking to the cashier when the suspect approached him. Victim told officers he and suspect went out to his truck. Victim then returned inside, leaving the passenger side window open. Victim told officers someone then told him suspect was inside his truck. Victim went outside and chased the suspect from his truck, punching the suspect in the head. Victim said he was missing $435. Victim did not know the suspect. Victim also said he had been drunk earlier that night.

• Nov. 20: A North Fox Den Drive man advised KCSO officer Jim Hurst he returned home from Florida Nov. 18 to discover his utility trailer missing. Victim discovered his son had pawned the trailer at Easy Money Pawn off Clinton Highway. Victim’s son has stolen from him in the past.

• Nov. 20: A Farragut High School student advised KCSO officer P.J. Lambert an unknown suspect stole the tailgate from her truck.

• Nov. 21: A Chatham Lane woman advised KCSO officer Clint Doss she parked her car in the visitors lot of Farragut Primary School at 9 a.m. When she returned an hour later, victim found the passenger rear window had been broken. Victim also stated the unknown suspect “went through” and disarranged her property, but nothing appeared to be missing.

• Nov. 21: An employee of Snappy Tomato Pizza advised KCSO officer Jason Moyers an unknown suspect was calling and harassing the employees at the business. Complainant also stated the suspects called in

fake orders and threatened the

employees.

• Nov. 22: KCSO officer Jim Jones reported to Wild Wing Café on a hit and run call. Victim stated she had parked her car and walked inside to see how long the wait to eat was, decided not to wait and returned to her car. Victim then noticed an unknown suspect had struck her vehicle, causing minor damage.

• Nov. 22: An employee of Ingles Market advised KCSO officer Laura McElhaney that two unknown males exited the grocery with two hand-baskets of food. Complainant advised the two unknown suspects fled in a white Chevy Cavalier with a known tag.

• Nov. 22: A Hightop Trail woman advised KCSO officer Brandy Williams she was inside Best Buy for nearly three hours and returned to find the license plate had been stolen from her vehicle by an unknown suspect.

• Nov. 24: KCSO officer Laura Hayes responded to a burglary at a residence off Way Station Trail. Complainant stated an unknown suspect entered her residence through the back door while she was sleeping. Complainant stated the suspect separated the glass from the doorframe, entered the house and stole an amethyst ring from complainant’s jewelry box. Suspect also removed a propane tank from complainant’s back porch.

• Nov. 25: KCSO officer Ben Hibbert responded to Village Green Clubhouse. Complainant stated an unknown suspect cut the chain link fence to the community pool and threw the lounge chairs and concrete table onto the pool cover.

 

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