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• Aug. 6: Knox County Sheriff’s Officer Steve Webb arrested two male suspects for a burglary charge, and suspects admitted to burglarizing another residence off South Fox Den Drive. Suspects entered the home’s attached garage and stole a saw.

• Aug. 7: KCSO officer Charles Kuykendall investigated an automobile accident at the intersection of Grigsby Chapel Road and Campbell Station Road. Driver of vehicle one stated he was at the traffic light when vehicle two hit him from behind. Driver of vehicle two admitted he did hit vehicle one in the rear. There was a small dent in the bumper of vehicle one and no damage to vehicle two.

• Aug. 7: A Herefordshire Lane woman advised KCSO officer John Edgar an unknown suspect hit her vehicle while it was in the parking lot at Farragut High School. Victim stated she did not see her vehicle hit and had no suspect information. Vehicle does have a large dent in the front bumper.

• Aug. 7: A Lawton Boulevard woman advised KCSO officer Julie Duncan an unknown suspect attempted to enter her vehicle by prying the door open. Suspect then smashed the back windshield. Nothing was reported missing from the vehicle.

• Aug. 10: A Grayland Drive man advised KCSO officer Charles Hammett advised his vehicle was damaged while parked at Soho Nails overnight. The bumper and quarter panel sustained unspecified damage by an unknown suspect.

• Aug. 10: A Chapel Point Lane man advised KCSO officer Ericka Davenport an unknown suspect stole his vehicle while it was parked in his driveway. Also inside the vehicle were a briefcase and a set of golf clubs.

• Aug. 10: KCSO officer Joseph Crabtree responded to Ingles Market off Kingston Pike on report of a hit and run involving property damage. Victim, an employee of Ingles, stated her vehicle was undamaged when she parked it, but the right front quarter panel was damaged when she returned. Victim had no suspect information.

• Aug. 10: KCSO officer Ben Hibbert responded to a fire off Watt Road at Interstate-40/75. Complainant stated he rented the vehicle, a Ford F-450, from the victim business, Triangle Rent-A-Car, and stated when he exited from I-40 onto Watt Road, the vehicle caught fire from unknown reasons. Rural/Metro responded and extinguished the vehicle.

• Aug. 11: KCSO officer Curtis Harvest responded to a residence off Heritage Drive on report of a burglary. Victim stated when his wife returned to the residence in the afternoon, she noticed the back door had been forced open. He discovered numerous things missing and out of place when he returned home. Victim’s wife stated when she left the residence earlier that day, the house was secure. The unknown suspect stole a laptop and a Nintendo Wii system and games.

• Aug. 12: KCSO officer Ben Hibbert responded to a burglary call off Virtue Road. Complainant stated an unknown suspect broke the window in his back door, entered the residence, and stole a battery charger, various alcoholic beverages, an adult DVD, DVD player, shotgun and sports cards with player autographs. Victim said the burglary occurred while he and his roommate were at work. Victim had no suspect.

• Aug. 12: A Destin Circle woman advised KCSO officer Jim Albanese while she was at Kroger off Kingston Pike attempting to purchase groceries, she noticed her checks were not in her purse. She returned to her residence to get a book of checks and when she returned to Kroger, she was advised her checkbook had been turned in to customer service. Victim later discovered three checks had been removed and cashed at a Y-12 Federal Credit Union location by a known suspect.

• Aug. 12: A Butternut Circle woman advised KCSO officer Matthew Schlosshan the suspect, her daughter, left a note at her residence stating she was going to detox. Complainant stated a handgun also was missing and she believed the suspect took the item, which was loaded. No other information was available at the time of report.

• Aug. 13: KCSO officer Ronald Black was dispatched to an apartment off Walker Springs Road on report of a burglary. Victim stated he returned to his residence to find his front door unsecured and his front window broken. Victim stated nothing appeared to be missing.

• Aug. 13: A Russfield Drive woman advised KCSO officer P.J. Lambert an unknown suspect gained entry into her unlocked vehicle, parked inside her open garage, and stole her purse, containing a debit card, credit cards and insurance card, as well as a license plate.

• Aug. 14: An Amber Glades Lane man advised KCSO officer Cathy Norris an unknown suspect “bashed” his mailbox during the night. He also advised there were at least 12 other mailboxes damaged in his subdivision.


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