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• April 3: Knox County Sheriff’s officer Ben Hibbert responded to Kohl’s department store off Kingston Pike to a shoplifting call. Complainant stated he observed arrestee enter the store and leave without paying for $179 in clothing. Witness stated he then observed second arrestee walk into the store with the same clothes and attempt to get a return for the amount the clothes were worth.

• April 3: A Smith School Road woman advised KCSO officer Angie Quinn known suspects possibly spray painted her mailbox and placed a dead animal inside it. Complainant heard a vehicle outside her home April 2; she believed the suspects were to blame because she and the suspects are in a court dispute. Complainant said this is the third time such vandalism has occurred. Complainant’s address was placed on a property watch.

• April 4: A St. Andrews Drive man advised KCSO officer Julie Duncan an unknown suspect stole his black Dodge Avenger from the Ingles Market parking lot sometime between March 19 and April 4.

• April 4: A Junco Lane man advised KCSO officer Julie Duncan an unknown suspect took a generator from the bed of his truck, parked in his driveway.

• April 4: KCSO officer Jason Moyers was dispatched to Shoney’s restaurant off Lovell Road on report of forgery. Complainant stated suspect came into the restaurant and attempted to pass a counterfeit check. Complainant stated the suspect had been in several Shoney’s attempting to pass the checks. Suspect’s ID was left at the scene when she was confronted by management. All evidence was sent to forensics unit.

• April 5: An Aronimink Point man advised KCSO officer Susan Clark an unknown suspect poured sugar into the gas tank of his Ford Mustang. He noticed the sugar on the ground next to the vehicle.

• April 5: An Everett Road man advised KCSO officer Jill Breeden an unknown suspect stole a carry-on utility trailer from his yard. The trailer did not have a gate but had a stainless steel hand crank jack and stickers saying “Great Northern” on it.

• April 5: KCSO officer Ben Hibbert responded to a call concerning a suspicious package left under a bench at Mayor Bob Leonard Park. Officer located package and discovered a green military-type ammo box sitting under the bench. Officer closed off that portion of the park and called the bomb squad. Bomb squad responded and found the package did not contain an explosive device.

• April 6: A Woodland Trace Drive man advised KCSO officer Cathy Norris an unknown suspect entered his vehicle and stole his garage door opener and keys. Victim advised car was parked in driveway and unlocked.

• April 6: A Bermuda Drive woman advised KCSO officer Allen Merritt an unknown suspect gained entry to her garage and stole a GPS system, various tools and a large tub of car cleaning and care supplies. Suspect apparently entered garage through a side door; there were some scratches on the doorframe.

• April 6: KCSO officer Ben Hibbert responded to a residence off Sonja Drive where victim stated suspect followed him all the way from Oak Ridge. Victim stated he had suspect’s ex-girlfriend in his vehicle with him. Victim stated when he got to the Sonja Drive location, suspect told him he would shoot him, cut him and “that he would bleed.” Suspect was gone upon officer’s arrival.

 

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