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• May 8: Knox County Sheriff’s officer Adam Brown was dispatched to a residence off Joiner Way on report of a burglary. Complainant stated he left his residence earlier in the day and returned to find the patio door had apparently been kicked open. Victim checked his residence and found his television, XBox 360 and assorted jewelry had been stolen from his residence.

• May 9: KCSO officer Jason Moyers was dispatched to a Farragut Commons Road residence on report of a burglary. Complainant stated an unknown suspect entered her residence and stole several items, including jewelry, shoes and a television, between May 6 and May 9. Victim was out of town during the time period in which the incident happened. There was no sign of forced entry.

• May 9: A Hatmaker Lane man advised KCSO officer Rick Drysdale he returned from a vacation that began April 8 and found his residence had been burglarized, and two of his vehicles had been stolen. The unknown suspect stole more than $15,000 worth of various items, including televisions, DVD players, collectible coins, a sewing machine and handguns. X-ray processed the scene; initial entry appeared to be through a side door to the attached garage.

• May 11: A Smoky Top Construction employee advised KCSO support staffer Frava Limburg an unknown suspect stole his company’s enclosed trailer, which contained various work tools, from a location off Lakehurst Drive. Complainant stated the trailer was locked.

• May 11: KCSO officer Jason Moyers was dispatched to Bridgemore Boulevard on report of a theft. Complainant, an Adkrete Concrete Inc. employee, stated between May 9 and May 11, his tools were stolen from a lot off Hammock Lane. Victim stated he had been working on this residence for a month, and had left the tools in a trailer because he thought they would not be bothered.

• May 11: A Fordham Way man advised KCSO officer Rick Drysdale he returned to his home to find the front door open and the dead bolt unlocked. Victim inspected his home and in the kitchen found a business card listing the name of an FBI special agent. Nothing appeared to be missing or displaced within the residence. An FBI agent came to the scene, with KCSO X-ray, to process the scene and collect the business card.

• May 13: A Martel Road man advised KCSO officer Matthew Schlosshan his utility trailer, left at Jones Automotive off Watt Road, had been stolen. Complainant stated the trailer had not been secured to anything.

• May 13: KCSO officer Amy Siples responded to Kohl’s department store off Kingston Pike in reference to a shoplifter. Complainant, Kohl’s employee, had detained suspect for attempting to steal approximately $94 worth of merchandise. Property was recovered and suspect was released. Kohl’s employee was instructed on the process of taking out a warrant for the suspect.

 

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