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• Jan. 31: Knox County Sheriff’s Officer Richard Van Kirk responded to Arby’s restaurant off Lovell Road on report of a hit and run. Victim stated she was in the drive-thru when an unknown white female driving a tan Cadillac with a known tag struck her from behind. Suspect handed the victim an insurance card and fled the scene.

• Feb. 1: KCSO officer Shawn Hensley responded to the scene of a motor vehicle incident near I-40 and Campbell Station Road. Victim stated the suspect sideswiped the driver’s side of his vehicle, causing damage to the left rear quarter panel and left rear taillight. Suspect then drove away and the victim gave chase. Victim and suspect chased each other at very high rates. Victim was not familiar with the area and lost suspect on side streets near Campbell Station and Grigsby Chapel Road. Victim did get tag number. Victim stated he did not know if driver was male or female.

• Feb. 1: KCSO officer Joseph Crabtree observed a suspicious vehicle in Walgreens Pharmacy’s parking lot off Campbell Station Road. Vehicle was running with suspect asleep in the rear seat. Suspect stated he worked at Mellow Mushroom. Records check revealed suspect’s drivers license had been suspended and suspect’s vehicle was under investigation for a hit-and-run. Vehicle was towed, and suspect was misdemeanor cited.

• Feb. 2: A Wexton Lane man advised KCSO officer Cathy Norris an unknown suspect entered his vehicle and stole his wallet. Victim said he thought vehicle was locked but there were no signs of forced entry.

• Feb. 2: A Pear Leaf Circle man advised KCSO support staffer Frava Limburg an unknown suspect gained entry to his vehicle and stole about 50 CDs and an amplifier. Vehicle was unlocked.

• Feb. 2: A Rockwell Farm Lane man advised KCSO officer Cathy Norris an unknown suspect entered his vehicle and stole a satellite radio, wallet and credit cards. Vehicle was unlocked.

• Feb. 2: A Quail Pointe Road man advised KCSO support staffer Frava Limburg an unknown suspect had rummaged through his vehicle. Nothing appeared to be missing. Vehicle was unlocked.

• Feb. 2: An Oran Road man advised KCSO officer Pamela Wyrick an unknown male suspect took a walkboard from the rear of his property. Suspect then left in a vehicle with known license plate number. Complainant followed the vehicle and contacted police.

• Feb. 2: A Pear Leaf Circle man advised KCSO officer Angelia Coffey an unknown suspect entered his vehicle and stole a camera and tackle box. Vehicle was unlocked.

• Feb. 2: An O’Connell Drive man advised KCSO officer P.J. Lambert an unknown suspect obtained his personal information. Suspect opened a cell phone account with AT&T and checking and savings accounts and an open line of credit at Bank of America, all in complainant’s name. Complainant requested Fraud and Forgery follow up on the case.

• Feb. 3: A Baptist Hospital West employee advised KCSO support staffer Frava Limburg an unknown suspect stole five canisters of nitrous oxide from the tank farm at the hospital. Six canisters were taken but one was found outside the hospital. Gate to the storage area was locked and surrounded on three sides with a wall and a hurricane fence on the other. Strap holding the fence was cut to make entry to the storage area.

• Feb. 4: KCSO officer Robbie Flood responded to Blockbuster off Kingston pike on a theft call. Suspects were stopped as they were attempting to leave the store with $689.70 in DVDs hidden in their shirts. Suspects were transported to City County Building for questioning.

 

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