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• Nov. 26: A complainant from Primary Care Health Clinic told Knox County Sheriff’s officer Matthew Schlosshan a known suspect stole a pad of paper to write prescriptions. Complainant stated the suspect was not a patient; the relationship between the two was unknown. Complainant stated he was unsure how suspect obtained prescription pad, but said suspect wrote prescriptions for himself and had them filled at Walgreens off North Peters Road.

• Nov. 27: A complainant from St. John Neumann Catholic Church advised KCSO officer Angelia Coffey an unknown suspect stole a trailer. The trailer was used for church charity trips to Appalachia.

• Nov. 28: KCSO officer Joseph Crabtree responded to Willow Creek Golf Club in reference to an investigation. Victim stated he and his family recently noticed items of value, including cameras and cash, missing from their residence. Victim stated he had two laborers working on the exterior of his home for the past month and said he believed the laborers could be suspects in the incident.

• Nov. 28: KCSO officer Chris Olson was flagged down at Pinnacle Shop-ping Center off Parkside Drive by the victim, who stated the suspect vehicle backed into her vehicle while leaving a parking space. Suspect vehicle left the scene without contacting the victim, who was standing beside her vehicle when the incident happened.

• Nov. 29: A Bigtree Drive woman advised KCSO officer Julie Duncan that earrings and a box of rolled quarters were stolen from her residence by an unknown suspect, presumably a friend of her cat sitter.

• Nov. 30: An East Japanese Restaurant employee told KCSO officer Benji Gresham he arrived at the business to find the lock to the front door was missing. Complainant then entered the restaurant and noticed the cash register, which contained about $110, also was missing. Complainant had no suspect information.

• Nov. 30: KCSO officer Martin Woodrow responded to a hit and run off Woodland Trace Drive. While officer was at the scene, suspect returned to scene with his parents. He had left the crash scene for approximately 40 minutes. Suspect was misdemeanor cited for a hit and run.

• Dec. 1: A West Kingsgate man advised KCSO officer Julie Duncan a known suspect had been sending him harassing text messages. Complainant stated he and the suspect had attended the same school.

• Dec. 1: A complainant from Fresh Market advised KCSO officer P.J. Lambert an unknown suspect came into the store, took meat and left without paying. Complainant stated another customer saw the suspect get into a vehicle with known license number.

• Dec. 2: A Weatherstone Road man advised KCSO officer Allen Merritt an unknown suspect stole a trailer from Virtue Cumberland Presbyterian’s parking lot. Victim also advised the trailer contained a mitre saw, a ladder, clothes and other garage sale items. He stated muddy tire tracks were visible across the parking lot and turning onto Evans Road. Victim also said the previous owner of the trailer gave it to him to settle a debt.

• Dec. 2: KCSO officer Ronald Black was dispatched to Petro Stopping Station off Watt Road for a verbal threat call. Victim advised he told the suspect he could not idle his truck in the area where it was parked and would have to either move the truck or turn it off. Victim stated the suspect did neither. Victim stated he then knocked on the truck and again told the suspect to move the truck or turn off the engine. Victim advised the suspect opened the truck door and stated if the victim hit his truck again, he would kick his [expletive]. Suspect then moved his truck into an area where idling was allowed.

• Dec. 2: KCSO officer Ronald Black was dispatched to Baptist Hospital West for an assault call. Victim stated on Nov. 29, her boyfriend took her to a friend’s house, where he “dragged her around” and “pushed her down into the bath tub,” causing bruises on her head, arms and eye. Victim stated she went to the hospital because the injuries caused a headache. Victim was advised of her rights under domestic violence law.

• Dec. 4: Complainant from El Mezcal Mexican Restaurant advised KCSO officer Larry Hart the business was burglarized by an unknown suspect. The back door was pried open and more than $1,000 was stolen from the cash register, as well as several phone cards and business-related papers.

• Dec. 4: An employee of Advanced Polymer Recycling advised KCSO officer Kenny Dunnavant that he observed two suspects stealing cans from the recycling center off Kingston Pike. Complainant advised he was picking up a dumpster when he observed two suspects driving a white Dodge Dakota with known tag number taking cans out of one of the recycling bins. As complainant arrived, suspects sped away in their truck. Complainant also advised officers had been called a week earlier about the same individuals in the same vehicle.

• Dec. 3: A Sailview Road man advised KCSO officer John Edgar a company he had never heard of took $39.99 out of his business checking account using an electronic funds transfer. Complainant had no further suspect information.


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