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• Nov. 27: A Handyman Connection employee advised Knox County Sheriff’s officer Tim Blackburn a known suspect signed a contract stating he would do repairs on behalf of the business. Contract stated all payments were to be made to the business, which would pay him his percentage. On two separate work contracts, suspect had customer make payment to him, for a total of $3,000. Suspect told complainant the work was for a different amount, and did not pay the business. Suspect used the Handyman contract with the customer and led them to believe they had warranty with the business.

• Nov. 27: A Comblain Road woman advised KCSO officer Melissa Waters an unknown suspect entered three of her vehicles, all unlocked and parked at her residence. Suspect stole two GPS systems, a cell phone charger, DVD player, CDs and other miscellaneous chargers.

• Nov. 27: A Torrey Pines Point woman advised KCSO officer Tiffany Holt an unknown suspect entered her unlocked vehicle and stole a GPS system and camera.

• Nov. 27: A Comblain Road man advised KCSO officer Andy Scalf an unknown suspect entered his vehicle and stole an mp3 player. Glove box also was opened.

• Nov. 28: A Valley Trail woman advised KCSO officer Jill Breeden an unknown suspect burned the inside of her mailbox.

• Nov. 28: A Boring Road man advised KCSO officer Jill Breeden an unknown suspect damaged his mailbox. He stated he walked outside to discover his mailbox was “burned to the ground.”

• Nov. 28: KCSO officer Jason Moyers was dispatched to Pilot off Campbell Station Road on report of a counterfeit bill. Complainant stated the witness tried to use a counterfeit $20 bill to pay for his fuel. Witness sated he received the bill from a Shell gas station in Lenoir City. Witness stayed at the Pilot to inform officers where he received the currency. Witness stated he had changed a $100 bill at the Shell station two days ago, and the $20 bill was given to him at that time. Witness paid for his fuel with non-counterfeit bills. Counterfeit currency was confiscated by police.

• Nov. 29: A Petro’s Stopping Station employee advised KCSO officer P.J. Lambert an unknown suspect bought a pack of cigarettes from the station, then talked her out of $150 by saying he gave her different bills to pay for the cigarettes.

• Nov. 29: An employee of Kentucky Fried Chicken off Kingston Pike advised KCSO officer Mark Belliveau the restaurant was nearly robbed by an unknown black suspect, carrying a small black handgun. Suspect cornered victim at the restaurant’s dumpster.


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