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• Jan. 16: Knox County Sheriff’s Officer Eric Davis responded to a theft call in Everett Hills Subdivision. Complainant advised an 18-foot trailer was stolen from a construction site. He also said he saw a white Ford Expedition drive away from the site with the trailer, which had a flat tire on its left side.

• Jan. 16: A Via Seremo woman advised KCSO officer Chad Coleman about an aggravated burglary complaint. Complainant said she now permanently resides in California but owns a house off Watt Road. Sometime between Feb. 1, 2008 and Jan. 16, an unknown suspect stole copper wiring from the house. Complainant was calling from California and had not actually seen the house. She was relaying information from her realtor, who was trying to sell the house.

• Jan. 17: A Mascarene Road man advised KCSO officer Julie Duncan his vehicle broke down off Interstate-40 just west of the scales on Jan. 16. When he went to retrieve the vehicle the next day, it was gone. Duncan contacted towing companies, none of which had a record of the vehicle being towed. Complainant stated the clutch in the vehicle went out.

• Jan. 17: An off-duty officer observed the arrestee driving on Mascot Road, running off the road and then striking a mailbox, garage and house. Arrestee then continued down the road. Officer pulled arrestee over and observed he had a strong odor of alcohol and red, watery eyes. Officer read arrestee his Miranda rights and proceeded with DUI investigation. Arrestee refused standard field sobriety test but did agree to submit a blood alcohol test. He was charged with DUI and leaving the scene of an accident.

• Jan. 19: KCSO officer Clark Caswill responded to a residence off Fords Cove Lane after complainant called reporting vandalism to the pool house. Unknown suspect broke an upper window in the pool house.

• Jan. 19: KCSO officer Jason Moyers was dispatched to Kohls department store off Kingston Pike on report of shoplifting. Complainant stated the arrestee attempted to leave the store with $683.93 in merchandise without paying. Arrestee was instructed by officers not to return to Kohls or she would be charged with criminal trespassing.

• Jan. 20: A Sonya Lane man advised KCSO officer Jim Albanese he went on-line to check his bank statement and observed two charges he did not make. Complainant contacted his bank and they provided him with two checks he didn’t write. A check for $752.58 was written to Best Buy and another for $847.98 was written to Staples. Checks were passed in Georgia and both had complainant’s business name on them, along with another name and address in Nashville. Both checks were computer-generated.

• Jan. 20: A Lanesborough Way man advised KCSO officer Matthew Schlosshan an unknown suspect damaged his vehicle while it was sitting outside his residence. The driver side rear tire was cut and the glass latch on the rear of the vehicle was broken. The passenger side mirror also was cracked with an unknown object. Complainant stated he believed the suspect damaged his vehicle because he is an officer with Knoxville Police Department.

• Jan. 21: KCSO officer Joseph Crabtree responded to Wendy’s off Kingston Pike in reference to a disturbance. Victim stated she had been receiving threatening text messages and voice mail messages on her cell phone. Victim stated the suspect, whom she has never seen, has been leaving messages warning the victim to stay away from the suspect’s husband. Officer listened to messages in which threats to the victim’s safety were made. Victim could not provide any further suspect description or information.


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