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• July 19: Knox County Sheriff’s Office officer Jason Moyers was dispatched to a residence off Augusta 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 hole 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.

• July 31: A Meadow Pointe Lane woman advised KCSO officer Cathy Norris an unknown suspect used a crowbar to break the driver’s side window of her vehicle. Suspect also stole an amplifier. Vehicle was parked in victim’s driveway.

• July 31: A North River Trail woman advised KCSO officer Robert Howard an unknown suspect stole several checks from her around July 15. Checks have been used at Wal-Mart, Food City, Kroger and other locations.

• Aug. 1: A Sky Blue Drive woman advised KCSO officer Susan Clark she lost her wallet at Ingles Market off Kingston Pike the night of July 31. She advised she thought she left the wallet in the grocery cart at the buggy return. Victim later advised she had checked her mailbox and found the wallet inside. Her debit card and all of her checks had been ripped out.

• Aug. 1: A Watercrest Drive woman advised KCSO officer Susan Clark an unknown suspect stole the wallet from her purse while she was at Kroger Marketplace off Brooklawn Street. Victim advised she had $75 in the wallet, but nothing else of real value.

• Aug. 1: KCSO officer Ronald Black was dispatched to a residence off Newport Road on report of a burglary. Victim stated she left her residence that morning and returned to find her back door was broken and her safe had been stolen. Officer observed tire marks in the backyard where a vehicle had been driven to the back porch. Suspects gained entry by breaking a piece of glass out of the back door, reaching in and unlocking the deadbolt. Victim stated only her safe and its contents, which include several guns, jewelry and money, were missing. Victim stated her ex-boyfriend had threatened to steal the safe several times and possibly knew the combination. She also said because of the weight of the safe (700 pounds), the suspect probably had help.

• Aug. 1: An employee of Weigel’s off Kingston Pike advised KCSO officer Laura McElhaney an unknown white female suspect left the store without paying for two cartons of cigarettes. Suspect was driving a silver or gray vehicle with vinyl top. Complainant knew the tag number.

• Aug. 3: A Jones Road man advised KCSO support staffer Frava Limburg an unknown suspect shot the window of the pool building at Glen Abbey, possibly with a BB gun.

• Aug. 3: A Sonja Drive woman advised KCSO officer Matthew Schlosshan she left her vehicle parked on the street, where the windshield was broken with an unknown object.

• Aug. 3: A Treyburn Drive man advised KCSO officer Matthew Schlosshan a GPS system and an ID card from his place of business, ORNL, were stolen from his unlocked vehicle.

• Aug. 3: KCSO officer James Thompson was dispatched to a hit and run off Parkside Drive. Victim stated his vehicle was parked nearly Baptist Hospital West. When he returned to his vehicle, he found it had been struck on the driver’s side by another unknown vehicle, which had fled the scene.

• Aug. 5: KCSO officer Chris Wallace responded to a residence off North Fox Den Drive on report of vandalism. Victim contacted officers after he heard glass breaking outside his residence. He stated he saw a “large dark figure” walking behind his neighbor’s residence. Victim also noticed the lights on the post at the end of his driveway had been broken.

• Aug. 5: A Farragut Church of Christ representative advised KCSO officer Cathy Norris an unknown suspect(s) broke three windows in one of the church’s buses.

• Aug. 5: A Valley Trail man advised KCSO officer Rick Drysdale his front window and back door had been tampered with while he and his wife were at work. An unknown suspect had attempted to lift the window up, and had broken the wood frame around the window. Suspect also tried to open the back door with a crowbar, and had damaged the deadbolt. Suspect did not make entry to the residence.

 

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