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• Sept. 3: A Crown Pointe Drive woman advised Knox County Sheriff’s officer Ericka Davenport she had parked her car in front of Baymont Inn off Campbell Lakes Drive Sept. 2. During the night, an unknown suspect broke the back passenger window and stole two cartons of cigarettes, $100 and various tools. Victim also advised two work trucks parked near her vehicle had not been burglarized.

• Sept. 4: A Pebblebrook Way man advised KCSO officer Cathy Norris an unknown suspect stole a 16-foot black flatbed two-axle truck from his company’s construction site off Lakesedge Drive, between Aug. 24 and Sept. 4. Complainant advised he was just moved to supervise the site that week and was not aware a company trailer had been dropped off at the site. He was contacted by another supervisor, who wanted to come pick up the trailer, which was not at the site.

• Sept. 4: A Mountain Pass Lane man advised KCSO officer Joe Henderson a known co-worker had entered his residence and stolen a checkbook and wedding ring. Complainant said he had spoken with the co-worker, who admitted taking the checks and promised to return them. Complainant said he was notified of the theft by a bank in Halls where the suspect tried to cash a check from his account.

• Sept. 5: KCSO officer Clark Caswill responded to a residence off McFee Road on a domestic call. Victim stated the suspect, his girlfriend, had attacked him. Victim had scratches and blood on his arm and a red mark on his face, apparently from being slapped. Victim stated a female friend came to his home to “sober up,” and when she arrived, the suspect became irate that another female was at the residence. The suspect attacked the victim at that time. Suspect stated she was pregnant, so she was cuffed with her hands in front. Suspect also stated she was injured and wanted Rural Metro to respond to the scene to check her hand. Suspect told Rural Metro employees she had marks on her inner knee from the victim. Rural Metro stated the scratches on her knees appeared to be self-inflicted while she was sitting in the cruiser, but RM was unable to determine the extent of her hand injury. Suspect was taken to Baptist Hospital West emergency room, where she was treated for a bruised hand, was released and transported to Knox County Detention Facility.

• Sept. 6: A Russfield Drive woman advised KCSO officer P.J. Lambert an unknown suspect stole a drill and an air compressor from his unlocked, detached garage sometime between July 20 and Sept. 6.

• Sept. 7: A Wild Wing Café employee advised KCSO officer James Page that, while he was working, an unknown suspect stole the license plate from his father’s vehicle, which he was driving that day. Victim knew the plate number.

• Sept. 8: A Woodcliff Drive man advised KCSO officer Cathy Norris a deduction had been made from his bank account in the amount of $658. Deduction was from Western Union, but when victim contacted Western Union, they would not give him information about who made the transaction, where it originated or when it occurred.

• Sept. 9: KCSO officer Paul Russo responded to a residence off Ladbrook Lane on report of property damage. Complainant stated that she had heard a loud noise coming from the parking area in front of her residence. When she went outside, she observed her vehicle had damage to its right front fender and right front tire. Complainant stated she believed her vehicle was struck by an unknown vehicle, which left the scene. Officers determined the vehicle was facing a dead end and field area, and there was no way another vehicle could have collided with her’s and caused the type of damage that had occurred. Complainant stated her vehicle had not been moved.

• Sept. 10: A Lovell Road man advised KCSO officer Dale Dantzler that a known suspect had been making threats to cause him bodily harm for nearly two weeks. Victim stated the suspect has continued to harass and threaten him, and that the suspect had driven by his residence, threatening to do him bodily harm and stating he had a gun.

• Sept. 10: A Third Drive woman advised KCSO officer Robert Howard her residence was burglarized Sept. 7, and a 1978 Nikon camera had been stolen.

• Sept. 10: KCSO officer Chad Coleman was dispatched to a residence off Breezeway Drive in reference to an attempted aggravated burglary. Victim stated an unknown suspect had cut the screen on his front window and attempted to gain access to the house in the early morning hours. He also advised his residence had been burglarized in the past. About two weeks previous to the incident, an unknown suspect damaged the cable box on the side of his residence, in what the victim feels was an attempt to disable the alarm system. Victim stated he would contact Knox County LEIDS Division to be placed on the property watch list.

 

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