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• July 6: Knox County Sheriff’s officer Jeffery Hamby responded to the corner of McFee and Evans roads on report of a disturbance. Complainant stated he was traveling south on McFee Road when he passed the arrestee walking on the sidewalk. Complainant stated he yelled out the window as he passed the arrestee, made a u-turn at the roundabout and traveled back northbound. When he passed the arrestee again, the arrestee threw a rock at the vehicle, damaging the right side door and windshield. Arrestee stated he was afraid complainant was returning to fight him, so he threw the rock.

• July 7: A Newport Road woman advised KCSO officer Matthew Schlosshan she came home on July 6 and noticed several of her son’s friends were at her house and had been drinking alcohol. Complainant stated she yelled at the kids and made them leave her residence. When she went outside the next day, complainant noticed her mailbox and her vehicle had been damaged. The passenger door of her vehicle had been scratched, possibly with a key. She stated one or several of the children could have damaged her property.

• July 7: A McFee Road man advised KCSO officer Matthew Schlosshan an unknown suspect stole a riding lawnmower and a utility trailer from his barn. He advised the barn is an open barn, and he heard a loud vehicle from his residence about the time he suspected the items were stolen.

• July 7: An Off Broadway Shoes employee advised KCSO officer Matthew Schlosshan the suspect used to work for him but was fired July 7. Complainant stated as he went to his vehicle, he noticed three of his tires had been cut with an unknown object. Complainant believed suspect was responsible.

• July 7: A Georgia woman called KCSO officer Benny Morrison to report a stolen ring, which was stolen from a residence off Brochardt Boulevard during a youth group gathering at that location. Victim had no suspects, and there were multiple persons in the home that night. Victim lives in Georgia.

• July 7: An Anchorage Circle woman advised KCSO officer Amanda Patterson an unknown suspect stole her wallet from her purse while she was at the Farragut Branch Library. Complainant advised suspect(s) have accrued $1,200 in charges.

• July 8: A North Watt Road man advised KCSO officer Donnie Ion an unknown suspect stole two chainsaws, a leaf blower, assorted power tools and a weed eater head from his open and unlocked garage.

• July 9: KCSO officer Terry Wright responded to the intersection of Northshore Drive and Bayou Bend Way on report of an auto accident. A known vehicle made a turn onto Bayou Bend from Northshore and pulled down a low-hanging utility line. Vehicle was measured at the scene to be 12 feet, 11 inches tall, a height within proper limitations for vehicles on that roadway. Driver said he did not see low-hanging wire.

• July 10: A Campbell Station Wine and Spirits employee advised KCSO officer Cathy Norris an unknown suspect stole $1,340 in $20 dollar bills out of a deposit in his desk drawer. There was a total of $2,135 in the envelope but only the $20 bills were gone. Complainant stated he always writes on the envelope how many of each denomination of bills are in the deposit. Complainant also stated key to the drawer is kept in the register. Complainant advised he was considering all possible scenarios and had no specific suspects.

• July 10: KCSO officer Jason Moyers responded to a residence off McFee Road for a theft in progress. Victim stated he returned to his home to find suspects stealing a turkey fryer from his open carport. Suspects fled residence in a known vehicle. Officers located vehicle off Westland Drive near Nubbins Ridge Road. Suspects abandoned the vehicle and fled on foot. Officers were unable to locate suspects but did recover turkey fryer in suspect vehicle.

• July 10: A McFee Road woman advised KCSO officer Allen Merritt an unknown suspect(s) entered her home and stole a handgun, a shotgun, a laptop computer and a camera. Victim believed the suspect entered through an unlocked rear door. Victim thought she had locked the door when she left, but there were no signs of forced entry on the door or any other means of entry found.

• July 10: An Oak Haven Road man advised KCSO officer Matthew Schlosshan two unknown suspects stole a leaf blower, weed eater and metal rods from the back of his truck, parked at a location off Kingston Pike.

• July 11: A Misty Ridge Drive man advised KCSO officer Julie Duncan an unknown suspect took a wakeboard and wakeskate from a dock off Turkey Creek Road.

• July 12: A Red Water Lane man advised KCSO officer Julie Duncan an unknown suspect broke the lock on his locker at Rush Fitness Center and stole his gym bag, containing his wallet and other personal belongings.

• July 13: KCSO officer Bill McKee responded to a residence off Eagle Glen Drive on report of a burglary. Victim stated an unknown suspect entered her home and stole $8,400 in jewelry from her master bedroom.

• July 13: A Claybrook Court man advised KCSO officer Julie Duncan an unknown suspect broke the passenger side window of his vehicle and stole his Blackberry.

• July 14: An Oran Road man advised KCSO officer Cathy Norris his girlfriend and baby had been staying with him until they acquired public housing. Victim advised they had been staying with him since May. This morning, victim advised he found their bedroom door locked and discovered the two had exited the home from a window. Victim stated his debit card was missing as well.

• July 15: A Broadwood Drive man advised KCSO officer D.J. Phillips an unknown suspect entered his garage and stole a case of beer.

• July 15: A Gwinhurst Road woman advised KCSO officer D.J. Phillips an unknown suspect stole her cell phone and GPS system from her vehicle, which apparently was left unlocked.

• July 15: A Butternut Lane woman advised KCSO officer Matthew Schlosshan an unknown suspect removed her CD player from her vehicle. She did not know any incident had occurred until a patrol officer found a duffel bag belonging to her at the neighborhood swimming pool. Complainant then noticed all three of her vehicles had been burglarized.

• July 15: A Butternut Lane man advised KCSO officer Matthew Schlosshan an unknown suspect stole a CD player and various CDs from his vehicle, which was left unlocked. The dashboard of his vehicle also was damaged.



• July 15: A Brandywine Drive man advised KCSO officer Laura McElhaney his wallet was stolen from the pool at Village Green Subdivision July 14. Complainant stated had “taken care” of his credit cards and debit cards and was filing a police report after hearing from his insurance company. The insurance company advised him that someone claiming to be the complainant had called the company trying to “update” their information. The suspect apparently has his social security number and drivers license number.

• July 16: An American Laser Center employee advised KCSO officer Matthew Schlosshan an unknown suspect took a laptop computer from the business. The laptop was in a room near the back door, and complainant believes suspect took the item and left through that door.

• July 16: An East Fox Den Drive man advised KCSO officer Matthew Schlosshan a rechargeable air compressor and various CDs had been stolen from his unlocked vehicle. Complainant advised he noticed the seats of the vehicle were pushed forward and items were missing.

• July 17: An Edenbridge Way man advised KCSO officer Cathy Norris an unknown suspect pried open the front passenger side window of his vehicle and stole a radar detector, laptop computer, checkbook, computer bag, DVD and AT&T wireless card.

• July 17: Two Snyder Road residents advised KCSO officer Tonia McFarland two known suspects, staying at the Super 8 Motel off Snyder Road, had asked for a ride to First Tennessee Bank to cash a check. Victims stated the suspects stole three checks from their checkbook. Officers were unable to make contact with suspects; victims have contacted their bank.

• July 19: KCSO officer Jason Moyers was dispatched to a residence off August National Way on report of a burglary. Complainant stated between July 4 and July 17, an unknown suspect entered her residence and stole more than $3,000 in sterling silver serving pieces. She stated she suspected one of her son’s friends but did not know which one. Complainant stated the last time she saw any of the stolen items was July 4, and she also stated she has not spoken to her son since she noticed the items were missing. There was no forced entry to the home.

• July 20: KCSO officer James Thompson responded to Bear Creek Café at Baptist Hospital West in response to a burglary. An unknown suspect stole $200, and hospital security planned to review security tapes.

• July 20: KCSO officer Joe Henderson responded to Print One Inc. off Outlet Drive on a burglary call. Complainant advised an unknown suspect gained entry to the business over the weekend by cutting a hold in the side of the wall. The only thing missing was a case of toilet paper.

• July 20: An employee of Health Care Plus off Outlet Drive advised KCSO officer Joe Henderson an unknown suspect cut a hole in the wall of their vacant building over the weekend. Nothing was missing.

• July 20: An employee of Soho Nails and Spa off Parkside Drive advised KCSO officer P.J. Lambert an unknown suspect threw a bottle of sauce through the window during the night, breaking the window.

• July 20: KCSO officer Joe Henderson responded to an unnamed business off Outlet Drive. Complainant stated he arrived to work to find an unknown suspect had cut a hole in a side wall of the business. Suspect had stolen a laptop computer, pillows and lamps.

• July 20: KCSO officer Joe Henderson responded to a business off Lexington Drive on a burglary call. Complainant stated over the weekend an unknown suspect had entered the business through a side door. Complainant was unsure if anything was missing. Complainant advised he had received a call July 17 from a man asking if he could gain access to the building, but complainant advised he would have to set up a time to meet him. Over the weekend, notification numbers were taken off the inside of the door, alerting complainant someone had been inside the building.

• July 21: A Monticello Drive woman advised KCSO officer Donnie Ion two of her vehicles were burglarized. An unknown suspect stole a handbag, makeup, wallet, $5, drivers’ license, social security card, military ID, debit cards and savings account ATM card.

• July 21: A Spinnaker Road man advised KCSO officer Jill Breeden an unknown suspect entered his vehicle and stole a radar detector and GPS system.

• July 21: A Spinnaker Road man advised KCSO officer Matthew Schlosshan an unknown suspect entered his vehicle and stole a radar detector, camera, laptop computer, keys, camera bag and sunglasses. Vehicle was unlocked and parked in his open garage.

• July 22: A Red Canyon Road woman advised KCSO officer Amanda Patterson an unknown suspect(s) entered the subdivision swimming pool by climbing the fence and threw tables and chairs into the pool. Suspect(s) also left empty alcoholic beverage cans lying on the ground. Complainant stated no permanent damage was done.

• July 22: A West Heritage Drive woman advised KCSO officer Amanda Patterson an unknown suspect gained entry into her unlocked vehicle and stole her handbag with contents.

• July 23: A Sanders Road man advised KCSO officer Amanda Patterson an unknown suspect stole his wallet while he was at Walgreens off Kingston Pike July 22. Complainant advised his credit and debit cards were stolen and suspect had accrued approximately $4,100 charges to them.

 

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