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• Feb. 26: A Woodland Trace Drive woman advised Knox County Sheriff’s officer Cathy Norris an unknown suspect entered her vehicle and stole a backpack containing headphones, an iPod and a stereo. Victim was unsure if the vehicle was locked. There were no signs of forced entry and all four doors were ajar.

• Feb. 26: A Heathland Drive woman advised KCSO officer P.J. Lambert her credit card information was obtained and used to make on-line purchases. Complainant does not know when the information was obtained.

• Feb. 26: A Fitness Together employee advised KCSO officer Matthew Schlosshan his watch was stolen. Complainant stated he put his watch in his gym bag, which he placed in an office. Complainant stated he noticed two unknown people enter the office. Officer was dispatched to the business to recover a security videotape.

• Feb. 27: KCSO officer Michael Bartleson was dispatched to a residence off Bancroft Lane on a burglary and stolen vehicle call. Victim told officer he noticed his 2005 Ford Expedition was missing from his garage. An unknown suspect made entry into the garage through a side door, through prying the door open. Suspect then removed the victim’s vehicle. Victim had left keys in the vehicle. Vehicle had a hockey sticker on the back glass and a CAK license plate on the front bumper.

• Feb. 27: A Lobster Lane man advised KCSO officer Mike Freels stated a known suspect contacted him in December about receiving an escrow check. Suspect wanted him to sign the check so it could be cashed. Victim refused to sign the check and the suspect left. Victim later discovered the check had been cashed, in the amount of $679.81, by the suspect at Farragut branch of ORNL Credit Union.

• Feb. 27: KCSO officer Clark Caswill responded to China Pearl off Kingston Pike on a reported theft. Complainant stated an unknown female came through the front door and grabbed a tip jar off the counter, containing approximately $100. Suspect left the scene in a large gold car.

• Feb. 28: KCSO officers responded to a residence off Long Bow Road on a possible burglary to a residence. When officers arrived, a back window was found to be broken. Officers made entry to the house and found arrestee hiding in an upstairs closet. House is vacant; property owner told police the house was up for sale. Arrestee was a friend of the previous renter of the property. Arrestee was charged with burglary.

• March 2: A Williams Ferry Road man advised KCSO officer Julie Duncan an unknown suspect took the wallet from his pocket while he was at Best Buy off Parkside Drive. Wallet contained $400 cash, plus a credit card and drivers license.

• March 2: An employee of Martin Bower Trucking advised KCSO officer Laura McElhaney while he was doing his paperwork at Petro Stopping Station off Watt Road, an unknown suspect siphoned about 120 gallons of diesel fuel from his gas tank. Complainant thought it was unusual for this truck to be parked in this particular area of the lot, but kept an eye on it while he was going about his business. Complainant advised when he approached the back of his truck, the suspect truck hurriedly pulled away, leaving diesel fuel spilled on the ground and the gas cap hanging.

• March 3: KCSO officer Ben Hibbert responded to Dominos Pizza off Kingston Pike. Complainant stated he was delivering an order placed by the suspect to a fake address off Hidden Oak Way. Complainant stated when he arrived on Hidden Oak Way, he was approached by the suspect, who pulled out a handgun, pointed it at him and took the pizza, order of hot wings, pizza warmer bag and $17. Suspect then entered his unknown vehicle and drove away.

• March 4: KCSO officer Mark Belliveau responded to Food City off Kingston Pike to investigate an in-progress panic alarm. Complainant stated the Coca-Cola machine had been broken into. An unknown suspect “popped” the keyway and gained entry into the machine, taking the money inside the collector. There were no witnesses to the burglary, no physical description of the suspect or known direction of his travel.

 

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