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• Dec. 22: A Macrama Lane woman advised Knox County Sheriff’s officers responding to a location off North Campbell Station Road about a vehicle crash. Complainant stated she was driving westbound on Interstate 40 between Lovell Road and Campbell Station Road when a large piece of siding came off a truck and struck her vehicle. Complainant stated she did not have any information about the truck. The siding hit the front of her vehicle causing damage to the bumper and went underneath her vehicle, breaking the radiator.

• Dec. 24: KCSO officers responded to Farragut Quick Stop on report of burglary. Complainant stated an unknown suspect broke the front window to the business. After clearing the business, officers discovered the ATM and safe had been tampered with, but entry to the business was not made. Suspect did take $300 from a change box located underneath the counter. Suspect also cut the phone line and tried to make entry to the back of the store.

• Dec. 25: A Golden Fox Lane woman advised KCSO officer Laura McElhaney several unknown suspects were in her yard damaging Christmas decorations on display.

• Dec. 26: An employee of Play ‘N Trade off Parkside Drive advised KCSO officer Matthew Schlosshan a known suspect took a “Rockband” video game from the store without paying. Complainant stated a driver was waiting outside the store to pick up the suspect. Suspect was known by one of the employees.

• Dec. 26: An employee of Ruby Tuesday off Lovell Road advised KCSO officer Kerri Medina an unknown suspect entered the restaurant and asked to use the phone. He then went behind the bar and grabbed money in a tip jar. Suspect fled on foot.

• Dec. 27: A King Street woman told KCSO officer Matthew Schlosshan an unknown suspect vandalized her vehicle while it was parked at the NHC parking lot. Complainant stated the windshield was broken, along with the front driver’s side window. The passenger side tires also were flattened. Nothing was stolen. Complainant stated she did not know who would do this.

• Dec. 28: KCSO officers responded to Kohl’s department store off Kingston Pike after the loss prevention officer called to report he had a suspect in custody for shoplifting. Suspect left the store with $312 worth of clothing without paying. She was then taken into custody by the complainant. Suspect was issued a misdemeanor citation and given a booking date.

• Dec. 29: A Sugarwood Drive man advised KCSO officer Cathy Norris an unknown suspect entered his vehicle and stole his Garmin GPS. Victim advised the vehicle was unlocked and parked in the driveway.

• Dec. 29: An Axton Drive man advised KCSO officer Julie Duncan an unknown suspect broke the rear driver’s side window of her vehicle and stole a purse, wallet and various credit, debit and gift cards.

• Dec. 30: KCSO officer Jeffrey Monroe responded to an alarm at Executive Cleaners in StoneCrest Center. Officers then discovered an unsecured door. They found the suspects had entered the business through the ceiling and also had damaged the wall and ceiling. $280 in cash was missing. Other officers helping conduct the burglary investigation found damaged walls and ceilings in Fusion Tanning Studio, Check First Cash Advance, New Nails and Josephine’s Pizza. Cash appeared to be the only thing missing from Josephine’s and from New Nails as well.

• Dec. 30: A Lovelace Road man advised KCSO officer Jim Albanese that his son, the suspect, stole checks from his residence. He did not know the checks were stolen until he learned they had been passed.

• Dec. 30: A Breezeway Drive man advised KCSO officer Jim Jones that he and his family left for vacation Dec. 26 and returned Dec. 30. He then discovered an unknown person had entered the residence through a partially open garage door and kicked in the inner door to the residence. The only item missing was a Smith and Wesson .357 handgun.

 

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