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• May 28: A Palestine Lane woman advised Knox County Sheriff’s Office officer Matthew Schlosshan an unknown suspect stole her dogs from outside her residence. She stated her dogs normally wait for her at the bus stop but did not come that day. Complainant did not know what types of dogs she owns but stated they weighed about 200 pounds apiece. One of the dogs was inside a dog lot, which was wired shut and the other was not on a chain or inside a lot.

• May 29: KCSO officer Matt Lusk responded to AT&T off Parkside Drive on an alarm call. An unknown suspect had used a pry tool to remove retaining pieces from one of the front doors. Suspect removed the glass and entered the business, removing display phones and several phone accessories. Interior of business is monitored with digital surveillance system.

• May 29: A Play ’n Trade employee advised KCSO officer Matthew Schlosshan he observed an unknown suspect take an Xbox 360 hard drive, conceal it on her person and leave the store without paying for it.

• May 31: A Hardwick Drive woman advised KCSO officer Julie Duncan while she was dining on the patio at Wild Wing Café, two unknown suspects approached and began talking to her, leaning over the rail. About 20 minutes later, complainant realized her wallet was missing.

• June 1: A McDonald’s restaurant employee advised KCSO officer P.J. Lambert an unknown suspect threw a billiard ball through the drive-thru window. No entry to the business was made.

• June 1: A National Fence Company employee advised KCSO officer Cathy Norris an unknown suspect stole an 18-foot flatbed trailer during the night. The trailer contained $5,000 worth of white vinyl rail fence and was parked off Brooklawn Street across from Kroger Marketplace in a field.

• June 1: KCSO officer Matt Price responded to a residence off Ackley Circle on a disturbance call. Victim stated she was pulled over by a white Ford Crown Victoria on Old Stage Road near Kingston Pike. Victim stated the vehicle used flashing headlights to stop her. Unknown suspect approached the victim’s vehicle and told her to roll down her window. The suspect then began talking to victim about her Penn State license plate frame and tried to touch her arm twice. The suspect identified himself as being undercover. Victim left the stop without further incident.

• June 4: A Sunview Circle man advised KCSO officer Jill Breeden an unknown suspect “rolled and trashed” his property. He stated there was an IRS document and Verizon Wireless document in the yard. KCSO officer retrieved the documents.

• June 4: KCSO officer Ben Hibbert responded to Ingle’s Market off Kingston Pike on report of a hit and run with property damage. Victim stated an unknown suspect struck her vehicle while she was inside the grocery store. Victim stated suspect was gone when she returned to her vehicle and she had no suspect information. Victim’s vehicle had minor damage to front bumper.

 

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