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• April 24: A Concord Christian School employee advised Knox County Sheriff’s officer Angie Quinn an unknown suspect stole her wallet with contents while she was at work.

• April 25: A Brochardt Boulevard man advised KCSO officer Julie Duncan a known suspect stole a sprinkler system from his yard. Complainant said he and the suspect are in a dispute over some work the suspect did for the complainant.

• April 25: A Kohl’s employee advised KCSO officer Julie Duncan two unknown suspects stole several items from the department store and left in a known vehicle. Complainant did not know how much the stolen items were worth.

• April 26: A Best Buy employee advised KCSO officer Julie Duncan an unknown suspect stole a laptop computer April 25 and returned the next day, attempting to steal a Nintendo system.

• April 27: An Augusta National Way man advised KCSO officer P.J. Lambert an unknown suspect entered his garage and stole golf clubs, a GPS system, a golf pull cart, golf stand bag, golf shoes, gloves and umbrella, rain gear, golf balls, golf tees, a tennis elbow sleeve and a bottle of tick spray. Complainant was unsure if the door was left open, but there was no sign of forced entry.

• April 27: KCSO officer Clark Caswill responded to a residence off Sauer Point on report of a burglary. Complainant returned to her home after being gone about two hours to find the door to her sunroom had been kicked in. Suspect only made entry to the sunroom. Complainant also reported a “suspicious” vehicle she had passed on Everett Road.

• April 27: KCSO officer Clark Caswill responded to a residence off Willow Hill Court on report of a burglary. Complainant said she left the garage door slightly open for her dog; apparently suspect made entry to the garage through the open door. Suspect opened several drawers in a tool box and used a screwdriver to open a door to the residence. The complainant’s alarm went off, scaring the suspect. Complainant’s fiancé lives at the residence but he was out of town during the incident. Complainant was unsure if anything was missing.

• April 28: A Bermuda Drive woman advised KCSO officer Benji Gresham that she pulled into her driveway and attempted to open her garage door, but it would not open. Victim stated she then noticed the rear entry door to the garage had been forced open. The front door was unlocked and lights were on inside the residence. A gold necklace and gold cross were the only items missing.

• April 29: A Bermuda Drive woman advised KCSO officer Jill Breeden an unknown suspect removed the tailgate from his truck.

 

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