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• Dec. 4: A complainant from El Mezcal Mexican Restaurant advised Knox County Sheriff’s officer Larry Hart an unknown suspect entered the business between 10 p.m., Dec. 3, and 9 a.m., Dec. 4. Suspect pried open the back door and cash, phone cards and papers were taken from the business.

• 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. 6: A Wellington Place Drive man advised KCSO officer Todd Jackson he and his wife spent about five hours at Wild Wing Café. While there, he and his brother were involved in an altercation and were asked to leave by Wild Wing management. Victim walked to parking lot and realized his jacket was still inside the restaurant. He went back to retrieve it, but the jacket, containing his keys and a check for $20,000, was not there. Manager told Jackson the business had been searched but the jacket had not been found.

• Dec. 7: KCSO officer Ronald Black was dispatched to a residence off Longstreet Place on report of obscene phone calls. Complainant stated the known suspect called his residence and asked to speak to his 10-year-old daughter. Complainant stated the child wasn’t home and suspect asked, “Are you sure?” Complainant said “yes,” and suspect responded, “I like your voice, do you like mine?” Suspect then hung up the phone. Complainant was able to retrieve the phone number of the suspect from his Caller ID and match it to suspect’s name in the phone book. Child was at a group event at the time of the call under adult supervision. Complainant said neither he nor anyone in his family knew or had contact with the suspect.

• Dec. 7: KCSO officer Ricky Irwin Jr. responded to a location off Sundown Road on report of a vehicle burglary. Officer observed the passenger side window of the vehicle was broken. Victim’s son advised Irwin $40 was taken from the vehicle, as were several CDs.

• Dec. 8: An Ackley Circle man advised KCSO officer Pamela Wyrick an unknown suspect sent a change of address form to the United States Post Office and changed complainant’s address to a location in South Carolina.

• Dec. 8: A Camden Bridge Drive man advised KCSO officer Pamela Wyrick an unknown suspect took a go-cart from his property. Complainant advised the cart was chained to a tree at rear of his property.

• Dec. 9: A Jackson Road woman advised KCSO officer Pamela Wyrick an unknown suspect stole her purse and jacket from a desk drawer at Baptist Hospital West.


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