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• Dec. 10: A Hickory Woods Road man advised KCSO officer P.J. Lambert an unknown person had obtained bank information and used it to make purchases at various places. Complainant was unsure if the suspect has a card or just the card number. Complainant was told by the bank the purchases were made by a card, but complainant stated the card itself had not been stolen.

• Dec. 10: A Lost Tree Lane woman advised KCSO officer Matthew Schlosshan while she was at the gym, an unknown suspect stole the listed item. Complainant stated the item was a wrought iron piece of art that was on the front porch of her residence. Art was valued at $60.

• Dec. 11: KCSO officers responded to a business off North Campbell Station Road on report of an automobile accident. Victim stated she was going through the drive thru at the LCUB office but the teller opened the drawer too soon. This broke the driver-side mirror of her vehicle. LCUB stated the victim was driving too close to the building. There is a video of the incident at LCUB.

• Dec. 11: KCSO officer Joshua Ridley responded to a location off McFee Road for a vehicle fire. Complainant stated he was driving south on McFee Road when the dash lights on his vehicle began flickering on and off. He then lost engine power and started smelling smoke. Complaint put the car in park and then in neutral before stopping the car. He then raised the hood and saw smoke and flames. Rural/Metro responded and extinguished the fire.

• Dec. 12: An employee of Buddy’s Bar-B-Q advised KCSO officer Julie Duncan an unknown suspect put bologna slices on his vehicle, thus ruining the paint job.

• Dec. 13: A Crown Point Drive man advised KCSO officer Julie Duncan his wallet was taken from his pocket at Cracker Barrel off Campbell Lakes Drive. Complainant stated the wallet contained credit cards, gift cards, cash, driver’s license and social security card.

• Dec. 13: An El Pinar Drive woman advised KCSO officer Laura McElhaney the small window on the driver-side rear window of the vehicle had been broken and entry into the vehicle had been made. Complaint also advised nothing was taken.

• Dec. 14: A Sugar Mill Drive man advised KCSO officer Melissa Waters the license plate was missing from his vehicle. Plate is registered to his employer, General Shale Brick Inc.

• Dec. 14: KCSO officer Ben Hibbert responded to a location off Sailview Road. Complainant stated he came home and found his 9-month-old daughter in her crib. The mother, the suspect, was not at the residence. Suspect stated she and complainant are in the middle of a divorce. Suspect stated she did not leave the residence until she saw complainant pull onto Sailview Road. She stated she wanted to leave the house because she feared complainant would not let her leave the house. Complainant was “extremely intoxicated” and belligerent towards officers. Child’s grandmother arrived and child and suspect went with witness to a place of safety.

• Dec. 14: A Gates Mill Drive man advised KCSO officer Angelia Coffey an unknown suspect took the baby Jesus from his yard nativity scene.

• Dec. 14: A West Ashton Court woman advised she discovered jewelry missing from her jewelry box and items kept in a dresser drawer. Victim stated the cases were still there but the pieces had been removed from them and cases put back into place. Victim stated only gold items were taken; more expensive but non-gold items were left. Victim stated she had not worn any of the pieces since Dec. 4. Victim and her husband believe an unknown suspect entered the residence by crawling under the garage door that is left open for their pet to go in and out.

• Dec. 15: Knox County Sheriff’s Officers were dispatched to Essex Pointe concerning burglary to a business. Complainant stated an unknown person damaged a rear window, entering the building through the window, made entry into a locked interior door and a stole a 42-inch flat screen television.


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