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• March 19: A Battle Front Trail woman advised Knox County Sheriff’s officer P.J. Lambert an unknown suspect gained entry into her vehicle and took sunglasses and a radar detector. Complainant advised doors may have been unlocked but was unsure. There was no damage done to the vehicle.

• March 20: KCSO officer David McCroskey was dispatched to Cracker Barrel off Campbell Station Road on a forgery call. Complainant stated the suspect passed a counterfeit $100 bill. Video of the suspect and the bill were turned over to forensics and the United States Secret Service.

• March 22: A Pony Express Drive man advised KCSO officer Jill Breeden an unknown suspect entered his vehicle and stole an Airsoft machine gun, a Nintendo DS, a gun case with ammunition and a GPS system. There was no forced entry to the vehicle.

• March 23: KCSO officer Kenneth Aken responded to West Ashton Court on an accident call. Victim told officers she parked her vehicle at a location off Brighton Court around 9:30 a.m. When she returned, she found someone had hit her car. Officer observed a large dent on the passenger side of the vehicle. Victim gave officers information of suspect driver, with whom she had exchanged insurance information. Victim told officers she called police when the accident happened but had to call back because she could not wait; she had to go to class.

• March 26: An employee of Josephine’s Pizza off Kingston Pike advised KCSO officer Gary Disney his alarm company called regarding an alarm at the business. Complainant stated he found the rear door to the business had been damaged by suspects attempting to make entry. Suspects were unsuccessful but the door was heavily damaged.

• March 26: An employee of New Nails off Kingston Pike advised KCSO officer Larry Hart unknown suspect(s) entered the business by prying open the back door. Suspect(s) rummaged through several drawers but took nothing.

• March 26: KCSO officer Steve Lane responded to Belk Men’s and Home store off Parkside Drive on report of shoplifting. Complainant stated an African American male stole 10 Polo shirts, valued at $80, Wednesday, March 18. Suspect left in a black Chevrolet Blazer with known license number.

 

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