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• April 30: A Blue Grass Landscaping employee advised Knox County Sheriff’s officer Matthew Schlosshan he was walking to his vehicle, parked at Estelitas Restaurant, when he noticed two unknown suspects removing a weed eater and two leaf blowers from the bed of his truck. Complainant stated he yelled at the suspects and they fled in a vehicle. Complainant stated he gave chase to the vehicle, which had a Loudon County license plate, but he was unable to obtain other information.

• May 1: A Palestine Lane man advised KCSO officer Julie Duncan the suspect, his boyfriend, took his mother to the bank to cash a check and stole $200 from her.

• May 3: KCSO officer Eric Davis responded to Weigel’s Farm Store off Kingston Pike on report of a theft. Complainant stated a known suspect, a Weigel’s employee, entered the business that morning and stole about $5,237 in cash and six separate checks, totaling $166.76 from the deposit envelope in the store safe. Complainant also advised the suspect stole approximately $200 in cash from a money envelope also inside the safe. Complainant advised the suspect was caught on the security camera entering the business and removing the items from the safe behind the counter.

• May 3: KCSO officer Ronald Black was dispatched to Ingles Market off Kingston Pike on report of a hit-and-run. Victim told officer he parked his vehicle in the parking lot and returned to find damage to the back driver’s side of the vehicle.

• May 3: An NHC West employee advised KCSO officer Julie Duncan a known suspect and employee stole various prescription drugs from the business. Complainant stated the suspect returned portions of the listed drugs to the company from her locker.

• May 4: A Women’s Care Group employee advised KCSO officer Mark Watson an unknown suspect made entry to the Parkside Drive business over the weekend and stole several laptop computers.

• May 4: A Kohl’s employee advised KCSO officer Julie Duncan an unknown suspect gathered items from around the store, took it to a fitting room, and transferred the items from the buggy to her purse. Suspect then fled in a known vehicle.

• May 5: A Confederacy Circle man advised KCSO officer Matthew Schlosshan an unknown female suspect stole his vehicle from his residence. Complainant stated he met the suspect two weeks ago, and she had spent the night with complainant May 4. Complainant woke to find the vehicle missing. Complainant advised he would press charges.



• May 6: An Oran Road man advised KCSO officer Priscilla Crabtree a known suspect came to victim’s residence and began banging on the door. Victim stated he did not answer the door to avoid a confrontation. The suspect is upset because he believes the complainant owes him money. Victim stated the suspect also has called him multiple times in a threatening manner.

 

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