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• March 27: An employee of Sonic off Kingston Pike advised Knox County Sheriff’s officer Johnny McDonald she returned from the back of the restaurant to find one of the menu boards had been damaged.

• March 27: KCSO officer Charles Trott responded to a location off Old Tavern Circle to meet with victim about an unknown person trespassing on her property. Victim stated she received two strange phone calls early in the morning; no one would answer when she spoke. Victim also discovered fingerprints on the window seal at the rear of her residence, along with some property that appeared to be moved on her back porch. Victim fears someone will try to break into her residence and requested a report be made in case of further incident.

• March 27: An employee of Walgreens Pharmacy advised KCSO officer D.J. Phillips an Asian female came into the store and stole a bag of shampoos. Suspect was seen driving a brown Jeep Cherokee with known tags.

• April 2: A town of Farragut employee advised KCSO support staffer Frava Limburg unknown suspect(s) have vandalized street and stop signs in the Town. Suspect is spraying “Obama” under the word “Stop” on the signs. Complainant advised this has been happening for nearly a month. Some of the Dogwood Arts Festival signs have been vandalized as well. Complainant stated the Town will prosecute any suspect(s).

• April 2: KCSO officer Kenny Dunnavant responded to an alarm at Sam & Andy’s. Officer observed unknown suspect(s) had forced the back door to the business open with a crowbar. Complainant responded and stated nothing appeared to be missing from business. ATM machine inside the business had some cosmetic damage. No entry was made to machine. Audible alarm speaker had been knocked off the wall.


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