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• Feb. 12: A Lovelace Road man advised Knox County Sheriff’s officer Jim Albanese his son, suspect, passed three stolen and forged checks at First Tennessee Bank, totaling $6,500. Suspect also committed identity theft. Suspect is observed on bank video passing each of the checks.

• Feb. 13: A North Campbell Station Road woman advised KCSO officer Tim Heck an unknown suspect made entry to her residence by unknown means and took medicine, a diamond necklace and a fake diamond.

• Feb. 15: A Sweetgum Drive man advised KCSO officer Julie Duncan an unknown suspect attempted to enter his residence, damaging an exterior door.

• Feb. 16: KCSO officer Clark Caswill responded to the Rural/Metro Station off Campbell Station Road to pick up a found wallet an unknown female found and dropped off. Caswill went to the address listed on the drivers license in an attempt to locate the owner, but there was no response at the residence. After a records check, a different address in Nashville was located. Property was turned in to KCSO property division.

• Feb. 16: A Walgreens pharmacy employee advised KCSO officer Julie Duncan an unknown suspect took $150 in cigarette cartons by confusing the cashier and running out the door. Complainant stated the suspect entered the passenger side of a vehicle and the driver exited the parking lot.

• Feb. 17: KCSO officer Clark Caswill responded to Best Buy off Parkside Drive on a reported theft. Employee of Best Buy stated the suspect was a cashier, and over the past few months, when a customer would pay for an item that was supposed to receive a free gift card, the suspect would keep the gift card. Complainant stated the suspect had done this six times to six different customers, for a gift card total of $90. Suspect was terminated Feb. 17 and was advised to stay off Best Buy property or she would be arrested for criminal trespassing.

• Feb. 18: A Brochardt Boulevard woman advised KCSO officer Angie Quinn an unknown suspect gained entry to her garage through a window on the garage door. Suspect then took victim’s 2004 Ford Explorer. Victim said keys were in the vehicle. The vehicle had a Knoxville Catholic High School parking sticker on the left side of the front windshield, a green clover on the left side of the rear window and a white “Swim” sticker on the right.

 

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