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• Feb. 19: A Bahia Tan employee advised Knox County Sheriff officer P.J. Lambert an unknown suspect came into the shop and took a hair product without paying for it.

• Feb. 19: KCSO officer Shawn Hensley was called to Kohl’s department store off Kingston Pike in reference to a shoplifter in custody by store’s loss prevention officer. Kohl’s employee stated the suspect was observed placing several items in her purse in an effort to sneak it out of the store. Suspect was found to be carrying clothes and jewelry worth $787. A records check revealed suspect had an “FTA,” and while conducting a “pat down” search, officer found more items in suspect’s purse. Suspect admitted to taking the items. Suspect was taken into custody for theft and outstanding warrant, and was given a no trespassing warning for all Kohl’s stores.

• Feb. 20: A Byrd Construction employee advised KCSO officer D.J. Phillips an unknown suspect stole a Bobcat utility trailer from a site off Spring Water Lane.

• Feb. 22: KCSO officer Charles Kuykendall responded to a residence off Somersworth Drive on a domestic matter. Victim stated the suspect had not been taking his medication, and wanted to sleep. However, the young children at the residence disturbed him and the suspect became upset and yelled. Victim stated he would not calm down. When officer arrived, suspect had calmed down and was sitting in a chair. There were no signs of physical violence. Suspect refused medical treatment but did have someone coming to talk to him. Both parties were advised of their domestic violence rights.

• Feb. 23: A Choto Road man advised KCSO officer Ellan Nauss he was receiving threatening phone calls from a co-worker. Suspect believes the victim is having an affair with suspect’s wife. Suspect called victim and left a message stating he would “beat [the victim’s] brains in.” He also stated the victim would have to “suck his food through a straw.” Suspect also issued profane statements about the victim. Victim stated he had a report made in case the situation escalates.

• Feb. 24: A Farragut Crossing Drive woman advised KCSO officer Cathy Norris an unknown suspect broke out the driver’s side window of her vehicle and stole her purse, with checkbook, credit and gift cards and cash. Victim said purse was underneath the driver’s seat. Victim advised she had parked at Mayor Bob Leonard Park to walk and returned to find her vehicle burglarized.

• Feb. 25: A Kate Brittany Way woman advised police an unknown suspect entered her unlocked vehicle and stole her purse, which contained checkbooks, debit cards, social security cards, drivers license and IDs.

 

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