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• Oct. 25: A Petro’s Truck Stop employee advised Knox County Sheriff’s officer Brandy Williams an unknown suspect had broken into a vending machine and gained entry to the money compartment. Com-plainant did not know how much money the machine contained.

• Oct. 26: A Verizon Wireless employee advised KCSO officer Matthew Schlosshan an unknown suspect stole copper wire and plates from outside the Watt Road business. Complainant stated the items were inside a fence, but there did not appear to be any damage to the fence.

• Oct. 27: A Berringer Station Lane woman advised KCSO officer P.J. Lambert an unknown suspect broke the passenger side window of her vehicle and stole her purse, cell phone, wallet and contents. Vehicle was parked at Rush Fitness Center off Kingston Pike.


• Oct. 27: A Wise Construction employee advised KCSO officer Cathy Norris an unknown suspect cut the locks and power to two construction trailers off Lakesedge Drive. Com-plainant stated one trailer did not appear to have anything missing, but four 60-foot rolls of copper were taken from the second trailer. Complainant also stated he followed muddy footprints on a walking trail to a field, where he saw tire tracks.

• Oct. 27: KCSO officer Joe Sulewski was dispatched to the Pilot gas station off Campbell Station Road on report of a theft. Complainant reported an unknown suspect put $30.17 of fuel in his vehicle, then left the business without paying. Suspect fled in his vehicle south on Campbell Station.

• Oct. 27: A Flotilla Drive woman advised KCSO officer Tiffany Holt an unknown suspect broke the passenger side window of her vehicle and stole her purse, with contents, as well as the purse of her daughter-in-law. Suspect also stole a watch and a camera. Vehicle was parked at Rush Fitness Center off Kingston Pike.

• Oct. 27: A Brochardt Boulevard woman advised KCSO officer P.J. Lambert an unknown suspect broke the passenger side window of her vehicle and stole her purse and contents. Vehicle was parked at Rush Fitness Center off Kingston Pike.

• Oct. 28: A China Pearl employee advised KCSO officer an unknown suspect stole a vehicle from the business parking lot off Kingston Pike between Oct. 26 and Oct. 28. Victim advised the vehicle was not driven often.

• Oct. 28: A Brentwood Place man advised KCSO officer Tiffany Holt that approximately three months ago, the GPS system from his vehicle had gone missing. He believed it had been stolen. Suspect, his wife’s sister-in-law, currently is incarcerated for theft following a string of thefts in the family. A KCSO investigator has been assigned to the case, and he advised victim to file a report for theft of property. He also advised investigators told him they had found his GPS at a pawn shop.

• Oct. 29: KCSO officer Richard VanKirk responded to Kohl’s Department Store on report of a theft. Complainant stated he observed two known suspects conceal sunglasses and neckties in a purse and leave the store without paying. Complainant was instructed on how to obtain a warrant, and victim is requesting restitution in the amount of $108. Both suspects were advised that, should they return to any Kohl’s location, they could be arrested for criminal trespassing.

• Oct. 31: A Rush Fitness Center employee advised KCSO officer Jill Breeden an unknown suspect took his bag, containing paperwork and important documents, work clothes and approximately $1,000 in sports trading cards from the break room at Rush.

• Oct. 31: KCSO officer John Engwall responded to a residence off Butternut Circle on report of vandalism. Complainant has a video security system that recorded an unknown suspect exiting the passenger side of his small, late-model sports car and throwing a pumpkin at victim’s driveway entrance lanterns, knocking them down.

• Nov. 2: A Herron Road woman advised KCSO officer Donnie Ion a known suspect stole several items of jewelry from her residence between Oct. 23 and Oct. 24. Complainant advised she allowed suspect to stay in her home because suspect was in an abusive relationship. But complainant said, after suspect left, she began to notice items missing from her home. Complainant e-mailed photos of stolen items to LEIDS.

• Nov. 2: A Nable Couch Way woman advised KCSO officer Matthew Schlosshan her mother, suspect, was at Subway off Parkside Drive because complainant was going to give her some money. Complainant stated she and the suspect had a “small verbal argument,” at which time she told suspect she would not give her any money. Complainant stated the suspect then took Subway’s bank deposit money, without force, from the store and left. Complainant said she told the suspect if she left with the money, she would call the police. Suspect left the store anyway, and complainant advised she had not returned with the money. Complainant further advised Subway will not prosecute if suspect brings the money back.

• Nov. 3: A Hickory Woods Road woman advised KCSO officer Chris Jones she noticed a neighbor’s home had been burglarized. Complainant was watching the house for the victim, who was out of town. She had gone to check on the home and found the front door had been forced open. Complainant stated she notified victim and called the police. Complainant entered home before officer arrived and found no one inside. Officer found the front door had been damaged with force and the unknown suspect(s) had strewn items about the home. Complainant spoke with victim again, and victim advised it appeared as if $300 in cash and various pieces of jewelry were missing. Forensics officers responded and processed the scene. Victim was advised to call if any other items were found to be missing when she returned home.

• Nov. 4: A Stonebrook Drive woman advised KCSO officer Matthew Schlosshan an unknown suspect stole her purse and wallet, with contents, as well as various paperwork, from her unlocked vehicle. Vehicle was parked at Baptist Hospital West off Parkside Drive.

• Nov. 5: A Crab Creek Road man advised KCSO officer Jill Breeden an unknown suspect broke the passenger side window of his vehicle and stole his GPS system. Vehicle was parked at Baymont Inn & Suites off Campbell Lakes Drive.

• Nov. 5: KCSO officer Kenny Dunnavant responded to a residence off Banbury Road on report of a disturbance. Victim stated he and suspect, employee of a moving company, had a disagreement about boxes suspect was moving for him. Victim stated suspect made threatening comments towards him, stating, “if there was a problem, we could settle this man to man.” Suspect stated no such comment was made. Suspect’s supervisor responded and replaced the suspect with a new helper. Victim was advised of his legal rights and remedies.

• Nov. 5: KCSO officer Michael Bartleson responded to an investigation call at a residence off Spinnaker Road. Complainant told officers the suspect, an unknown white male whose first name was Danny, had whistled at her at Wal-Mart off Parkside Drive the night of Nov. 4. When complainant left her residence the morning of Nov. 5, she noticed suspect at the end of her driveway. Complainant drove by him and went to school. Suspect then called the complainant later in the day and told her she needed to come home, because he had set off the alarm at her residence. Complainant returned home and found her alarm was going off. Complainant has very little information about suspect and does not know how he obtained her phone number.

• Nov. 6: KCSO officer Joe Sulewski was dispatched to a residence off Altarmira drive on report of a burglary. Officer found a brick by the back door and found the screen door had been ripped open. The glass door to the patio and the French doors of the home had been shattered. Residence had been ransacked. Victim advised officers a large amount of her jewelry was missing. Victim advised she had not been home in several days, but the residence had been secure Nov. 3. Forensics officers processed the scene.

• Nov. 7: A Hollander Lane woman advised KCSO officer James Page an unknown suspect broke the passenger side window of her vehicle and stole her purse and contents. Vehicle was parked at Wild Wing Café off Campbell Lakes Drive.

 

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