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• Jan. 7: A Brochardt Boulevard man advised Knox County Sheriff’s officer Angie Quinn an unknown suspect broke the decorative light on his mailbox with an unknown object. He stated this has happened in the neighborhood before.

• Jan. 8: An Atlanta woman advised KCSO officer Angie Quinn an unknown suspect took her purse and contents from a bus parked at Petro Stopping Center off Watt Road. Complainant stated she went inside to pay for gas and returned to find the purse missing.

• Jan. 9: A Peach View Drive man advised KCSO officer Tim Blackburn he discovered a fraudulent charge on his Visa account. Victim stated he was checking the account on-line and found an unauthorized charge to a business called “The Giant Peach.” Victim contacted a representative of the business and retrieved possible suspect information and an address to which merchandise was being shipped. Suspect and address are from Ardmore, Okla. Victim advised the charge was for less than $500.

• Jan. 9: A Confederacy Way man advised KCSO officer Cathy Norris his handgun and watch were stolen from his bedroom dresser drawer during the night of Dec. 31. Victim said he was not at home but his children had friends over for a New Year’s party. Victim found the empty holster in the drawer. He does not have a suspect. Victim also did not have a record of the gun.

• Jan. 9: A Palestine Lane woman advised KCSO officer Julie Duncan an unknown suspect took adult Pull-Ups and a mattress cover from her front porch.

• Jan. 10: A Caldwell Drive man advised KCSO officer Charles Kuykendall that he was at Farragut High School to recycle. Suspect stated that as he was leaving, he tried to apply the brake but hit the gas instead. Suspect stated the pedal then stuck and he ran into a chain link fence at the school, causing damage to approximately 15 feet of fence.

• Jan. 11: A Golden Fox Lane man advised KCSO officer D.J. Phillips an unknown suspect stole $25 cash from his vehicle during the night. Victim advised the vehicle’s doors were unlocked.

• Jan. 11: A Candlenut Lane man advised KCSO officer Julie Duncan an unknown suspect threw a rock through the window of his vehicle and took a purse with contents, an i-Pod and make-up pouch. The forensics unit was dispatched per complainant’s request.

• Jan. 11: A Golden Fox Lane woman told KCSO officer Julie Duncan an unknown suspect entered her vehicle while it was parked in her driveway and stole $5 in coins and the vehicle’s registration. The vehicle’s doors were unlocked.

• Jan. 12: A Broadwood Drive woman advised KCSO officer Pamela Wyrick an unknown suspect entered her vehicle, which was parked in her driveway and which may have been unlocked. Suspect rummaged through the vehicle and took a portable DVD player.

• Jan. 13: KCSO officers responded to a residence off Dominion Circle regarding a theft. Victim told officer Richard VanKirk that two known suspects, who are acquaintances of the victim, were at her residence Jan. 12 and assisting her with care of her small child. Victim stated she later noticed a camera, three watches, six rings and a bracelet were missing from her jewelry box.

• Jan. 13: KCSO officer Chad Coleman was dispatched to a residence off Woodcliff Drive in reference to a suspicious package complaint. Complainant stated a package was delivered to his residence that day. He opened it, saw that the package was labeled “Bio” and realized it was nothing he had ordered. Rural/Metro responded and deemed the package was not hazardous material. Forensics unit collected the package.

• Jan. 14: A Red Canyon Road man advised that, between Jan. 1 and Jan. 10, while he was out of town, two known suspects were completing renovations to his home. When complainant returned, he found a checkbook, liquor and alcohol and a .22 caliber handgun were missing. Workers stated they had seen one suspect take the checkbook and also had seen him drink all the alcohol in the home. Complainant stated he has since learned the suspect is an alcoholic and currently is on a drinking binge. Complainant has unsuccessfully tried to contact the suspect. Complainant also stated the other suspect, leader of another work crew, took the handgun. The suspect is aware of the theft and denies taking the gun. However, suspect stated, “given some time, he will find out the whereabouts of the gun and return it.” Complainant wished to list the man as a suspect.

• Jan. 15: KCSO officer Clark Caswill responded to Oskies Bar off West End Avenue when an employee called to report she had received a counterfeit $20 bill. Secret service was notified and bill was turned into KCSO property.

 

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