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• April 8: A Kingston Highway woman advised Knox County Sheriff’s officer Jill Breeden an unknown suspect pushed a shopping cart into her drivers side door at the Food City off Kingston Pike.

• April 9: An Aspenwood Drive woman advised KCSO officer Cathy Norris an unknown suspect entered her vehicle and rummaged through it while it was parked in her driveway. Victim said the vehicle was locked but there were no signs of forced entry. Nothing appeared to be missing.


• April 9: A Long Bow Road man advised KCSO officer Cathy Norris an unknown suspect broke the drivers side mirror of his company truck. He said it appeared the suspect punched the mirror; there was no damage to the frame. The vehicle was parked on the street in front of his residence.

• April 9: A Grey Pointe Drive man advised KCSO officer John Edgar he was sitting in his vehicle with the victim trying to talk him into going to rehab and overcoming his addiction to pills. Complainant said the victim became angry and said he wanted to commit suicide. The victim then exited the car and ran into the woods. Officers conducted a search for the victim with K-9 units, helicopters and heat imaging device. Victim finally was contacted by cell phone, and seemed to be coherent but was not willing to talk to officers. After the search was called off, victim was located at a friend’s house and seemed fine.

• April 10: A Gettysvue Way man advised KCSO officer Jeremy Wise an unknown suspect broke a window in his vehicle and stole his iPod.

• April 10: A Broadwood Drive woman advised KCSO officer Jeremy Wise an unknown suspect entered her unlocked vehicle and rummaged through it. She said nothing appeared to be missing.

• April 10: A Lovell Road woman advised KCSO officer Charles Kuykendall a known suspect was driving behind her on Kingston Pike. She pulled into the Y-12 Federal Credit Union parking lot and the suspect parked in the space next to her. Suspect got out of her vehicle and said the victim’s name. The victim exited her vehicle and entered Y-12. The suspect exited the parking lot. Victim stated this was the first time the suspect had approached her in a public place.

• April 10: A Broadwood Drive man advised KCSO officer Rick Drysdale that, after mowing his yard April 9, he did not lock the interior door of his attached garage, but did lock the door leading into the house. He and his wife noticed an unknown suspect had rummaged through their vehicles, parked in the garage, but hadn’t taken anything. Nothing appeared to be missing from the garage. Victims said a similar incident was reported earlier in the day from neighbors two houses down.

• April 10: A Chic Repeats employee advised KCSO officer Julie Duncan an unknown suspect took the wallet from her purse while she was at work.

• April 11: A Pecos Road man advised KCSO officer Jill Breeden an unknown suspect entered his vehicle and stole a backpack, sweater, shoes and calculator. There was no sign of forced entry.

• April 11: An Oran Road woman advised KCSO officer Susan Clark an unknown person stole her purse with contents and two boxes of cigars from her vehicle. There was no damage to the vehicle.

• April 11: KCSO officer Jason Moyers responded to Fox Den Clubhouse for a call regarding property damage. Complainant stated an unknown suspect struck the light pole in the parking lot. Suspect cleaned the scene and placed garbage bags over the exposed lines. Complainant had no vehicle information on suspect.

• April 11: A Lanesborough Way man advised KCSO officer D.J. Phillips an unknown suspect stole his wallet with contents, keys and cell phone from his locker at The Rush Fitness Center.

• April 12: A Rivera Way man advised KCSO officer Miranda Spangler as he left The Rush Fitness Center, he noticed deep scratches down the passenger side of his vehicle. He stated he had no idea who would have done it.

• April 12: A Lera Jones Drive woman advised KCSO officer Chad Schwartz an unknown suspect entered his vehicle by opening the back window and stole a pair of golf shoes, rain suit, golf clubs, a bag and a golf umbrella.

• April 13: A Home Federal Bank employee advised KCSO officer Jim Albanese a known suspect cashed a stolen and forged check at the bank, in the amount of $100. Check was drawn on Home Federal and a Destiny Ridge Way man. Suspect is observed in bank security cashing the stolen and forged check.

• April 13: A Crestwood Lane man advised KCSO officer Matt Lusk his vehicle was damaged while parked at his place of employment, Ingles Market. An unknown suspect apparently struck the front of the victim’s truck, leaving red paint rubs and damaging the front passenger side. Suspect did not leave contact information.

 

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