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• Sept. 17: A Union Camp Lane man advised Knox County Sheriff’s officer Cathy Norris his credit card company, American Express, had told him his account had been compromised. Apparently, unknown suspect(s) got his account and pin numbers and “cloned” his credit card. AmEx advised him these unknown suspects had attempted to purchase gasoline in Canada. The company viewed the purchase as suspicious and blocked the transaction.

• Sept. 18: A Kenton Way man advised KCSO officer Matthew Schlosshan the window to his vehicle was broken and a laptop computer, briefcase, passport, cell phone charger, battery, thumb drive, camera and various paperwork were stolen. The vehicle was parked at Energy Solutions off Kingston Pike.

• Sept. 18: Three men advised KCSO officer Matthew Schlosshan the front passenger window of the vehicle they were driving was broken while it was parked at a location off Kingston Pike. An unknown suspect stole a wallet with contents, cigarettes and $130.

• Sept. 19: KCSO officer Kenny Dunnavant responded to Pilot off Campbell Station Road on a call concerning a counterfeit $5 bill. Complainant stated an unknown suspect entered the store and gave complainant the $5 bill. Officers took possession of the counterfeit.

• Sept. 19: A Brixworth Boulevard man advised KCSO officer Rick Drysdale he and his wife left their residence to go to a friend’s house. When they returned, the found the back door had been kicked in, and that an unknown suspect had rummaged through his wife’s jewelry. Victim had an alarm system, but it was not turned on at the time. At time of report, victim was unclear what was missing. A next-door neighbor advised complainant he observed a light on in the house during the time he and his wife were missing.

• Sept. 20: A Camdenbridge Road woman advised KCSO officer Donnie Ion an unknown suspect broke the rear driver side window of her vehicle, and stole a backpack, textbooks and a calculator.

• Sept. 20: A Norden Drive man advised KCSO officer Donnie Ion an unknown suspect broke the front passenger side window of his father’s vehicle and stole a GPS system and $200.

• Sept. 20: An Ackley Circle man advised KCSO officer Donnie Ion an unknown suspect broke the rear passenger side window of his vehicle and stole an athletic bag and clothes.

• Sept. 21: A camdenbridge Driver man advised KCSO officer Pamela Wyrick an unknown suspect stole a GPS system from his vehicle. Complainant advised the vehicle possibly was unlocked.

• Sept. 21: A Camdenbridge Drive woman advised KCSO officer Cathy Norris an unknown suspect broke the front passenger side window of her vehicle and stole a book satchel and laptop computer.

• Sept. 21: KCSO officer Kenneth Aken responded to the intersection of Campbell Station Road and Parkside Drive on report of a hit and run. Victim told officer she was traveling southbound on Campbell Station when a red Volvo turned out of the Hardee’s parking lot, onto Campbell Station, and struck her vehicle. Victim also advised the driver of the Volvo did not stop and continued toward Kingston Pike. Victim had no suspect information. Officers did observe scrapes on the front left bumper of the victim’s vehicle.

 

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