News
Opinion
Sports
Business
Community
entertainment
Schools
News
Announcements
Classifieds
Place Ad
Advertising
Contact Us
Archives
Search

police reports


• Dec. 16: A Long Bow Road man advised Knox County Sheriff’s officer P.J. Lambert an unknown suspect took a Playstation 3 and a handheld Playstation Portable from his home. Complainant believed the suspect might be a family member.

• Dec. 17: A Mallard Bay Drive woman advised KCSO officer Cathy Norris an unknown suspect broke the driver’s side window of her vehicle while it was parked at the YMCA in Farragut. Victim’s purse, with contents, was stolen.

• Dec. 17: A Covey Rise Trail man advised KCSO support staffer Frava Limburg an unknown suspect stole fog lights from his vehicle while it was parked at Kohl’s off Kingston Pike.

• Dec. 17: An employee of Rodgers Auto Sales advised KCSO support staffer Frava Limburg an unknown suspect broke the passenger side front window of a dealership vehicle and stole the TV and radio from it. Vehicle was locked. Complainant stated a witness told him he saw a man loading items into a dark green Jeep Cherokee with Tennessee tags and flag in the area.

• Dec. 18: KCSO officer Kenneth Aken responded to a location off Campbell Lakes Drive on a “found property” call. Complainant told officers he read in the paper [farragutpress, Dec. 18 issue] someone had a set of keys and a $20,000 check stolen from Wild Wing Café. Complainant told officers someone found a set of keys between the bar and the hotel and turned them into him. Complainant wanted to turn keys into the police. Police took the keys.

• Dec. 19: A Brixworth Boulevard man advised KCSO officer Pamela Wyrick an unknown suspect broke the passenger side window of his vehicle and stole his wallet with contents, two MP3 players, a calculator and a backpack.

• Dec. 19: A Destiny Ridge Way woman advised KCSO officer Julie Duncan an unknown suspect entered his vehicle through an unlocked driver’s side door and stole a CD player and vehicle amplifiers and speakers.

• Dec. 19: KCSO officer James Troutt Jr. responded to a residence off Concord Farms Lane on report of a burglary. Complainant stated she noticed her back door had been forced open during the day, but she could not find anything missing after officers cleared the residence. Complainant had no suspect information.

• Dec. 20: KCSO officer Robert Evans responded to report of a stolen semi-trailer from Petro’s Stopping Center off Watt Road. Complainant stated he dropped off his trailer at Petros’s in order to have repairs made. He went inside the restaurant to eat and returned to pick up the truck and take it through the truck wash. Complainant returned to where trailer was left and it was missing. Trailer was loaded with 350 LG LCD televisions.

• Dec. 20: KCSO officer Steven Ballard was dispatched to a residence off Dunheith Drive. Victim stated after he and his wife arrived at the residence the night before from shopping, he went out to make sure the garage doors were secure. Victim stated he was leaving the residence this morning and found an unknown suspect had broken into all of his vehicles and the garage, stealing a laptop computer, GPS system, two saws, a sander, two drills, two wrenches, an air compressor, clothes, food and the keys to his Ford F250 and his Volkswagen Jetta.

• Dec. 21: A Comblain Lane man advised KCSO officer Susan Clark an unknown suspect vandalized his mailbox during the night. Victim requested property watch.

• Dec. 21: A Wexton Drive woman advised KCSO officer Susan Clark an unknown suspect gained entry into her Dodge Durango and Ford Explorer. Nothing was taken from the Durango but multiple Christmas presents were taken from the Explorer. Victim was unsure of what was in the vehicle, but would call back with list of items. There was no damage to either vehicle.

• Dec. 21: A Comblain Road man advised KCSO officer Susan Clark an unknown suspect had vandalized his mailbox during the night. He stated it looked like it had been hit multiple times with an unknown object.

• Dec. 21: An employee of Kroger Marketplace advised KCSO officer Scott Ritch a suspect came into the store and tried to purchase several hundred-dollar gift cards using a check, but was refused sale. While suspect was at the register, another suspect was able to purchase a pack of cigarettes using a check with a known name and a matching ID. Complainant stated the suspect’s ID did not look real, but he allowed the sale. Complainant then learned the check was no good and watched both suspects enter a white van leaving the store parking lot.

• Dec. 22: An employee of Weigel’s Market off Campbell Station Road advised KCSO officer Pamela Wyrick two unknown suspects stole approximately 30 packs of cigars. Com-plainant stated a male and female suspect came into the store with a three-legged poodle. Female suspect asked for a cup of water for the dog. The clerk asked that she remove the dog from the store, which the suspect did while the clerk went to get a cup of water. The dog began to run toward the road and the clerk went outside to get it. The male suspect then took cigars from the store. Complainant stated the theft is on surveillance video.

 

News | Opinion | Sports | Business | Community | Schools | Obituaries | Announcements
Classifieds | Place Ad | Advertising | Contact Us | Archives | Search

© 2004-2014 farragutpress