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• Dec. 31: A Laurel Lake Road woman advised Knox County Sheriff’s officer Christopher Sellers an unknown suspect broke the window of her vehicle while it was parked at Mayor Bob Leonard Park off Watt Road. Suspect stole victim’s purse and contents while she was walking her dogs in the park.

• Jan. 1: An Oran Road man advised KCSO officer Jill Breeden he was receiving harassing calls from his former mother-in-law. He stated he asked that she stop calling him, but she kept calling after he ignored the first call. Complainant stated he is going through a custody battle and that he had called his mother-in-law over a medical bill.

• Jan. 2: A Joe Lewis Road woman advised KCSO officer Jill Breeden her ex-boyfriend slashed the passenger side tires of her vehicle while it was parked at Baptist Hospital West.

• Jan. 3: KCSO officer Robbie Flood responded to a theft call at a residence off Yarnell Road. Complainant stated a known suspect entered her residence and stole a purse and a microwave. Victim then called the suspect and demanded he return the items. When victim came back to the residence later, the purse was returned but $600 had been taken.

• Jan. 3: KCSO officer Laura Hayes responded to a residence off Brookstone Boulevard on an alarm call. Complainant stated the suspect entered the residence without permission through an unlocked window in the rear of the residence and exited through the front door, leaving it open. Complainant stated the suspect lived with her until approximately a month ago, when the suspect willingly left the residence and returned the key to the complainant. Complainant be-lieves the suspect was the one who entered the house because a bag of the suspect’s belongings was taken. Complainant did not know if any other items were missing.

• Jan. 4: A Windham Hill Road man advised KCSO officer Angelia Coffey an unknown suspect entered his unlocked vehicle and took his backpack, camera, various lenses, memory cards and batteries.

• Jan. 4: KCSO officer Amy Siples responded to a residence off Gwinhurst Road in reference to a vehicular burglary. Complainant stated an unknown person had entered his vehicle, which was parked in his driveway, and stolen $20.

• Jan. 5: KCSO officer Kenny Dunnavant was dispatched to Mojos Rock Shoppe concerning a glass break alarm. When officer arrived, the front window to the store was broken. Two rocks had been thrown at the window and were found on the floor inside the business. Complainant stated none of the merchandise in the store was damaged or missing.

• Jan. 5: KCSO officer Laura Hayes responded to Kohl’s department store off Kingston Pike. Complainant stated the suspect was an employee of Kohl’s and had stolen merchandise while working. Complainant stated the thefts began Dec. 24 and totaled $348. Complainant told officers he has the thefts on surveillance video and wanted to prosecute the suspect.

• Jan. 6: KCSO officer Gary Disney responded to an alarm at a residence off Sugarwood Drive. Victim had arrived prior to officer’s arrival and advised the garage walk-in door had been kicked open. The interior door to the residence was still secure. Victim stated nothing appeared to be missing from the garage.

• Jan. 6: A Dunheith Drive woman advised KCSO support staffer Frava Limburg an unknown suspect entered her vehicle between Jan. 4 and Jan. 6. The car had been searched but nothing appeared to be missing. Complainant advised this is the third time this has happened to her. The car was locked. The keys were stolen from her vehicle the last time this happened, and she advised the suspect may have used the entry button to gain access to the vehicle.

 

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