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• Aug. 21: A Farragut High School student advised Knox County Sheriff’s officer Matthew Schlosshan an unknown suspect threw a rock through the back passenger window of his vehicle while he was at the FHS football game. A backpack, books, iPod nano and a calculator were missing.

• Aug. 22: KCSO officer Laura Hayes responded to a vandalism call at Virtue Cumberland Presbyterian Church off Virtue Road. Complainant stated, since Aug. 19, an unknown suspect broke a stained glass window. Complainant also advised it could cost about $4,000 to fix the window. The stained glass was a representation of Jesus.

• Aug. 24: A North Lett Drive man advised KCSO officer Tim Atchley his father’s vehicle was parked in a parking lot off Outlet Drive when another vehicle allegedly side-swiped it. Complainant advised he returned to the vehicle to find a red mark along the side of his father’s vehicle, apparently from the red suspect vehicle. The passenger side door, front fender and side mirror were damaged.

• Aug. 25: A Stanley Road woman advised KCSO officer Larry Hart an unknown suspect entered her residence by removing the screen from a rear bedroom window and opening the window. A safe containing jewelry and cash was taken, as well as a lock-box containing assorted documents. Both were in the back bedroom.

• Aug. 25: A Highvue Drive woman advised KCSO officer Matthew Schlosshan she left her credit cards on a counter at Walgreens off Kingston Pike. She returned to Walgreens but found her credit cards were missing. Complainant stated she called to cancel the cards and noted there had been no activity on them. Complainant later called back to advised she had located her credit cards in her vehicle.

• Aug. 26: An employee of BP gas station off Watt Road advised KCSO officer Benji Gresham an unknown suspect entered the store and wanted to change for large bills after he had purchased cigarettes. Suspect then ran a “quick change” scam on her, asking for more change with other large bills. Complainant stated the suspect took $339.84 from the store as a result of the scam.

 

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