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• Nov. 23: A Twin Harbour Road man advised Knox County Sheriff’s Officer Tiffany Holt an unknown suspect had stolen an iPod from the locker room at Farragut High School, between Nov. 16 and Nov. 23.

• Nov. 24: A Georgetown Drive woman advised KCSO officer Ericka Davenport an unknown suspect stole golf clubs and a camera from her three vehicles, which were parked in her driveway and were unlocked. She noticed the door to one of the vehicles was open when she took her dog out for a walk. Complainant’s address was placed on the hot sheet for two weeks.


• Nov. 24: KCSO officer Michael Bartleson responded to Papa Murphy’s Pizza off Brooklawn Street on report of a burglary. Complainant told officers he noticed the front glass door of the business had been broken when he arrived to work. The business is still under construction, and the suspect(s) stole tools belonging to construction workers. Some of the tools were marked with the complainant’s name. Forensics processed the scene.

• Nov. 24: A Williamsburg Drive man advised KCSO officer Ericka Davenport an unknown suspect stole a backpack and briefcase containing paperwork from his vehicle. He stated he purchased the vehicle Nov. 23, and did not have insurance yet.

• Nov. 24: A Williamsburg Drive woman advised KCSO officer Donnie Ion an unknown suspect entered her unlocked vehicle, but advised nothing appeared to be missing. Complainant requested an officer take fingerprints from the scene.

• Nov. 24: A South Williamsburg Drive woman advised KCSO officer Amanda Patterson an unknown suspect entered her unlocked vehicle and stole her XM radio.

• Nov. 25: KCSO officer Michael Bartleson responded to The Eye Group off Kingston Pike on an alarm call. Officer observed a front window to the business had been broken. Owner was contacted and arrived on the scene. Officers cleared the business and found no suspects. Victim advised the cash drawer, which holds patients’ money and personal check payments, had been broken into and all cash and checks were missing. Victim advised the drawer contained approximately $10,000 in cash and checks. Forensics processed the scene.

• Nov. 25: KCSO officer James Page responded to an alarm at Pediatric Professionals off Kingston Pike. Officer discovered business had been broken into. Suspect(s) stole a 52-inch Panasonic flat screen television from the lobby. Forensics processed the scene.

• Nov. 25: A Woodchase Drive man advised KCSO officer Donnie Ion his yard had been vandalized. He stated an unknown suspect drove into his yard and “spun donuts,” causing damage to the lawn.

• Nov. 25: A Lebel Road woman advised KCSO officer Donnie Ion three unknown male suspects, wearing ski masks, vandalized her front porch. Complainant advised the suspects poured corn syrup and flour on the porch, then rolled toilet paper onto it as well. Complainant advised the vandalism was filmed on night vision cameras she had installed due to several past incidents.

• Nov. 25: Rural Metro Fire Department called for assistance to gain entry into a Bantry Lane residence on a medical call. Owner of the residence, an elderly female, had fallen and struck her head, and was unable to unlock the door for medical personnel. Rural Metro pried open the door from inside the garage, causing moderate damage to the door. Victim was taken to Baptist Hospital West.

 

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