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• April 18: A Long Bow Road woman advised Knox County Sheriff’s officer Jill Breeden an unknown suspect slashed the two tires on the drivers side of her vehicle while it was parked at her residence.

• April 20: A Fretz Road woman advised KCSO officer Cathy Norris her sister had called her to advise her mailbox had been vandalized between April 16 and April 19. Victim told officer she lived in Florida part time and in Tennessee part time. She advised her sister had said an orange traffic cone was lying near the mailbox and had presumably been used to vandalize the mailbox and post.

• April 21: A Buttermilk Road man advised KCSO officer Charles Beaird he was working at a construction site off Inglecrest Lane when his vehicle rolled down a hill, struck the median and rolled through grass and stopped at a brick wall.

• April 21: A Valley Brook Drive woman called KCSO officer Matthew Schlosshan on behalf of a Williamsburg Drive woman. Complainant said victim had been receiving telephone calls from an unknown suspect since March 1. Male suspect had called repeatedly, addressing victim by her first name. Complainant stated victim felt frightened. Complainant also stated she contacted the telephone company, who informed her they had the suspect’s phone number and could release it to local law enforcement.

• April 21: A Dresden Drive woman advised KCSO officer Laura McElhaney she was at Wild Wing Café when a waitress approached her with her [the victim’s] driver’s license. The driver’s license was found in the parking lot, and when victim looked in her purse, she discovered her wallet and contents was missing.

• April 22: An Old Tavern Circle woman advised KCSO officer Angie Quinn an unknown suspect damaged her screen door.

• April 22: A Sanderstone Drive woman advised KCSO officer Rick Drysdale of a hit and run at Wild Wing Café. Two witnesses advised victim that a truck with unknown driver had hit her vehicle in the parking lot. Unknown suspect did not leave contact or insurance information. Witnesses were not at the scene upon officer’s arrival but had left names and phone numbers.

 

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