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• June 8: A Peppertree Lane man advised Knox County Sheriff’s Office support staffer Frava Limburg he had misplaced the license plate from his utility trailer.

• June 9: A Wagon Wheel Circle woman advised KCSO officer Cathy Norris an unknown person entered her vehicle and stole her radar detector and bank withdrawal and deposit slips. Her car was unlocked and parked in her driveway. Victim said she mainly was concerned about the personal information on the bank receipts. Victim stated this was the third time her vehicle had been burglarized.

• June 9: A Maple Tree Lane man advised KCSO officer Laura McElhaney he noticed his vehicle had been broken into during the night, and his GPS was missing.

• June 9: KCSO officer Adam Brown responded to Summit Medical Group off Kingston Pike for a forgery investigation. Complainant stated she discovered the suspect was getting multiple prescriptions filled. In the last two weeks, the suspect would call a different on-call doctor, each time asking that the same prescription be filled. The doctors complied, not knowing the prescription was being filled so often. Suspect asked the prescriptions be filled at different locations in Oak Ridge.

 

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