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• Dec. 23: Knox County Sheriff’s Office patrolman Adam Brown was dispatched to Kohl’s department store off Kingston Pike on report of a shoplifter. Kohl’s employee stated the arrestee entered the store and took several items of clothing and three pairs of New Balance shoes, for a total worth of $453, and exited the store without paying. Witness stated he had to chase arrestee for a short distance in the parking lot before apprehending her. Arrestee received a misdemeanor citation.

• Dec. 23: KCSO officer Clark Caswill responded to Kohl’s department store off Kingston Pike on a shoplifting call. Suspect removed tags from approximately $223 worth of clothing and hid the clothing on her person, then left the store. Loss prevention personnel stopped suspect outside the store. Suspect was misdemeanor cited and released. Suspect’s juvenile daughter also was arrested for shoplifting and released. Family Crisis and DCS were notified.

• Dec. 25: A Butternut Lane man advised KCSO officer Angie Quinn an unknown suspect gained entry to her vehicle through an unlocked door and stole a wallet, with debit and credit cards and driver’s license.

• Dec. 25: KCSO officer Timothy Sellers was dispatched to Petro’s Truck Stop concerning vandalism to a fuel pump. Complainant stated an unknown suspect, driving a black Ford Escort, drove away from the fuel island and damaged the fuel hose.

• Dec. 26: KCSO officer Timothy Sellers was dispatched to Snappy Tomato Pizza off Kingston Pike on an alarm. Officers discovered unknown suspect(s) had used a rock to break the glass of the front door. Complainant stated nothing appeared to be missing from the business. He also stated he had video surveillance of the business, but he believed it did not video this incident.

• Dec. 26: A Greeley Lane man advised KCSO officer Jill Breeden an unknown suspect entered both vehicles at his resident and stole a wallet, containing credit and gift cards. There was no forced entry to either vehicle.

• Dec. 26: KCSO officer Joe Sulewski was dispatched to Kohl’s department store off Kingston Pike on report of a theft. Loss prevention personnel stated he caught the suspect attempting to leave the store with various pieces of underwear in her purse. Total value of the underwear was $90.50. Suspect made no attempt to pay for the merchandise. Suspect was issued a misdemeanor citation.

• Dec. 27: A Harbour Park Lane man advised KCSO officer Laura McElhaney he had gone to Wild Wing Café off Campbell Lakes Drive with friends, and when he had exited the restaurant, found an unknown suspect had stolen his vehicle. Complainant also stated when he entered Wild Wing Café, he took off his jacket, leaving his car keys in the pocket.

• Dec. 27: A Battlefront Trail woman advised KCSO officer Matthew Schlosshan her wallet, containing debit and credit cards, and four unendorsed checks worth $6,000, were stolen from her two vehicles, which were unlocked and parked in her garage. Complainant advised the garage doors were open. Complainant also stated unauthorized charges had been made to one of her credit cards.

• Dec. 29: KCSO officers were dispatched to a residence off Wood Road on a burglary call. Complainant stated she returned from work to find the front door of her residence was open. Officers observed the deadbolt lock had been broken. Victim could not identify any stolen items at the time of the investigation.

• Dec. 30: KCSO officer Dale Dantzler responded to an attempted robbery at the Walgreens pharmacy off Kingston Pike. Complainant advised an unknown suspect drove up to the drive-thru pharmacy and stuck a note inside the drop tray. Note advised employees to put Oxycontin and syringes in a bag, and they had 30 seconds to respond or the suspect would shoot. Suspect showed the clerk a black handgun. The clerk then shut the security door covering the window, and the suspect drove away without receiving any narcotics. A forensics officer recovered the suspect’s note.

• Dec. 31: An Eagle Point Drive woman advised KCSO officer Jill Breeden an unknown suspect stole her necklace while she was in Belk department store off Parkside Drive.

• Dec. 31: A Fox Landing Lane woman advised KCSO officer Matthew Schlosshan an unknown suspect burglarized her vehicle while it was parked outside Soho Nails off Parkside Drive. Suspect broke the front passenger window and stole a Vera Bradley purse and wallet, containing credit, debit and gift cards, as well as $200.

 

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