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• March 5: A Dixie Lee Wine and Spirits employee advised Knox County Sheriff’s officer Cathy Norris an unknown suspect entered the store and stole a bottle of Jack Daniels. Complainant said the suspect is on video putting the bottle up the sleeve of her left arm and exiting the store. Suspect was in an older model, red Pontiac or Buick. Clerk got the tag number.

• March 5: A Fox Hunters Road man advised KCSO officer Cathy Norris he and his wife were in JCPenney in Turkey Creek, where his wife was trying on costume rings. She had removed her wedding ring and placed it on the shelf of the ring display. Victim said, once they left the store, his wife realized she left the ring. They returned but the ring was gone. Victim spoke with clerk and store manager, who reported no one had turned in the ring. He asked the manager to check surveillance video and the manager said she would cooperate with KCSO.

• March 6: KCSO officer Ronald Black was dispatched to a residence off Butternut Circle on a burglary call. Victim stated he came home and found a known suspect in his garage attempting to steal two beers. Victim stated he saw another known suspect in a tan Chevrolet truck outside the residence. That suspect left the area in the truck. First suspect was read his Miranda rights and named the second suspect as an accomplice. He gave verbal consent to officers to search his cell phone for the other suspect’s cell phone number.

• March 7: KCSO officer Ronald Black was dispatched to JCPenney off Parkside Drive on a vandalism call. Manager stated an unknown white male was in front of the store, writing on the window with crayons. Damage was estimated at $200. Suspect left on foot before officers arrived.

• March 8: An Andover Boulevard man advised KCSO officer P.J. Lambert an unknown suspect pulled the neighborhood’s sign out of the ground and dragged it across the street.

• March 10: A Church Drive woman advised KCSO support staffer Frava Limburg an unknown suspect entered her vehicle while she was taking her child into daycare at La Petite Academy. Suspect stole her purse, with contents. Victim was unsure if vehicle was locked.

• March 11: KCSO officer Clark Caswill responded to report of a motor vehicle accident in the parking lot at Sonic off Kingston Pike. Complainant stated she was a passenger in her own vehicle and suspect was driving. She stated an unknown person was chasing them, and as they drove through the Sonic parking lot, they hit a sign. Witness stated they saw the male driver and another male passenger run from the scene after hitting the sign.

• March 12: A Cassidy Lane man advised KCSO officer Jill Breeden an unknown suspect entered his vehicle and took a Coach diaper bag and CDs. There was no sign of forced entry to the vehicle.

• March 12: A Woodcliff Drive man advised KCSO officer Cathy Norris an unknown suspect entered his vehicle and stole two pairs of sunglasses, two Leatherman tools, an iPod Shuffle and $200 worth of Sonic coupons. Victim advised his vehicle was unlocked and parked in the driveway.

• March 12: An employee of JCPenney off Parkside Drive advised KCSO officer Jim Albanese between March 2 and March 11, suspect made an unauthorized refund and then gave the merchandise back to an unknown white male, used JCPenney gift cards and removed $350.35 cash from a register.

 

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