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• Oct. 8: A Best Buy employee advised Knox County Sheriff’s officer P.J. Lambert an unknown suspect stole an iPod Touch.

• Oct. 9: A North Fox Den Drive man advised KCSO officer Tiffany Holt a known suspect, complainant’s son, had stolen his truck. This is an ongoing problem with suspect, who complainant said has a drug problem.

• Oct. 10: A North Fox Den Drive man advised KCSO officer Jill Breeden an unknown suspect broke the rear window of his vehicle. Nothing was reported missing.

• Oct. 10: KCSO officer Jeffrey Monroe responded to Marshalls department store off Parkside Drive on report of a shoplifter. Witness, a security employee of Marshalls, had suspect detained. Witness stated she observed the suspect via video surveillance placing cologne and various items of clothing in her purse, and then attempting to leave the store without paying. Total cost of the items was $143.93. Suspect was placed on store’s “No Trespass” list and was advised not to return to the store in future.

• Oct. 10: KCSO officer Eric Davis responded to Kohl’s department store off Kingston Pike on a shoplifting call. Complainant, Kohl’s employee, said suspect was acting suspicious and appeared to be hiding packages behind clothing racks. Complainant stated he discovered empty packages where suspect was seen, and confronted suspect as she walked out of the business. Complainant stated he found jewelry, a camera and grooming products on the suspect’s person, and stated suspect had not attempted to purchase any of the items. Suspect admitted to trying to steal merchandise. All stolen items were recovered.

• Oct. 10: KCSO officer Curtis Harvest responded to a Windham Hill Road residence on report of a burglary. Victim stated he and his family had been out of town the day before. When they returned home, the garage door was secure, but when he opened the garage door, victim noticed the entry door of the residence had been forced open. He also noticed a strong odor of natural gas was coming from the residence. Officer observed the gas line under the kitchen sink had been cut. Victim stated multiple firearms, approximately $9,000, golf clubs, television, stereo equipment and a DVD player had been stolen.

• Oct. 11: A Clover Fork Drive woman advised KCSO officer Donnie Ion an unknown suspect entered her unlocked vehicle, parked at her residence, but did not steal anything. She advised the door was left open although no items were taken.

• Oct. 12: An Everclean Laundry employee advised KCSO officer Cathy Norris an unknown suspect had stolen a bag machine from the business’ wall and had damaged a coin box on a washer. Complainant also advised there could have been about $25 in the bag machine. Suspect(s) did not gain entry to the coin box on the washer.

• Oct. 12: A Walgreens employee advised KCSO officer Cathy Norris an unknown suspect entered her vehicle and stole her purse, while the vehicle was parked in Walgreens parking lot off Campbell Station Road. Victim stated suspect(s) must have “jimmied” the door lock.

• Oct. 15: KCSO officer Grayson Fritts responded to a disturbance at Baymont Inn and Suites off Campbell Lakes Drive. Complainant called for officers and advised the manager of the hotel had threatened her. Complainant said the manager had told her to leave the property, although the manager did not make any threats of bodily harm; merely asked complainant to leave. Complainant stated she and the manager were in an argument over the sheets and mattress pad on complainant’s bed, which she claimed were dirty. Complainant wanted a report on file.

• Oct. 16: A Peach View Drive man advised KCSO officer Cathy Norris that an unknown suspect broke into his company vehicle while it was parked at Anchor Park off Turkey Creek Road. Suspect(s) broke the front passenger side window and stole complainant’s wallet, which was lying on the console.

• Oct. 16: A Redfox Drive man advised KCSO officer Tiffany Holt an unknown suspect stole clothing, keys and a wallet with credit cards and $50 cash from his locker at The Rush Fitness Center off Kingston Pike. He advised the locker was unlocked, and it was a public locker room.


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