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• Dec. 31: An Econo Lodge employee advised Knox County Sheriff’s Office deputy Randall Crisp a known suspect entered the motel and pushed the victim to the rear of the office, advising her he had a gun. Suspect kept his right hand in his coat pocket, and victim stated she was in fear of her life. Suspect subsequently stole $461.70, and fled the scene in a yellow service cab. Knoxville Police Department officer Thomas Clinton stopped the cab and returned the suspect to the scene, where he was positively identified by the victim as the man who had robbed her. The cab driver advised he had picked the suspect up off Magnolia Avenue, and drove him first to the Roadway Inn off Ailor Avenue and then to the Econo Lodge. Econo Lodge had surveillance video of the incident.

• Jan. 1: A Pilot employee advised KCSO officer Jason Acuff the business had received three counterfeit bills, two $5 bills and one $20 bill. Two unknown suspects, a black male and white female, had entered the business Dec. 31, and attempted to purchase a few items with the counterfeit bills. Employee advised the suspects were confronted about the bills, and that they then paid with other money and left the business. Counterfeit bills were collected by KCSO.

• Jan. 2: A Hines Valley Road woman advised KCSO officer Melissa Waters she accidentally left her wallet in the dressing room at Kohl’s department store off Kingston Pike. When she returned for the wallet, she found it had been stolen. Victim stated she already had contacted her bank and canceled her card.

• Jan. 6: KCSO officer James Page was dispatched to a residence off Campbell Station Road on report of a burglary. Complainant stated the witness had called him, stating she had found a lock box on the side of the road containing his father-in-law’s personal information. Complainant then went to check on the victim’s residence and discovered it had been burglarized by an unknown suspect. Suspect made entry to the residence by forcing open the garage door. Suspect also cut off power to the residence by damaging the electrical box. The alarm system and battery back up also were broken and disabled. Several items were missing from the residence, including two tool boxes filled with tools. Victim is in the VA hospital; a complete inventory of missing items could not be completed.

• Jan. 7: A Farmhouse Drive man advised KCSO officer Julie Duncan an unknown suspect unzipped the back window of his vehicle and stole his coat, also damaging the glove box. The vehicle was parked at Fox Den Country Club.

• Jan. 7: A Vancurry Lane woman advised KCSO officer Matthew Schlosshan an unknown suspect took her wallet from her purse. The wallet contained $130, debit and credit cards and her driver’s license. Complainant was unsure when the wallet was stolen.

• Jan. 7: A Yellow Oak Lane woman advised KCSO officer Matthew Schlosshan an unknown suspect broke the window of his vehicle and stole her owner’s manual. Nothing else was missing.

• Jan. 8: An Andover Boulevard woman advised KCSO officer Donnie Ion an unknown suspect stole stereo equipment, $20 in coins, an iPod and a pair of sunglasses from her unlocked vehicle. Complainant also stated she saw blood on the ground near her vehicle, as well as foot prints in the snow leading away from her home down the hill.

• Jan. 8: A Congressional Point man advised KCSO officer Julie Duncan an unknown suspect had attempted to use his credit card number to have his bill sent to an address in Arizona. Complainant said he does not know how any suspect obtained his credit card number.



• Jan. 8: An Andover Boulevard man advised KCSO officer Matthew Schlosshan an unknown suspect stole a power drill, a handgun, briefcase, various electrical tools, GPS system and a hands free phone from his vehicle. Complainant was unsure if vehicle was locked or unlocked.

• Jan. 10: A Pony Express Drive man advised KCSO officer P.J. Lambert an unknown suspect scratched “Nick Was Here” into the window of his sliding glass door.

• Jan. 11: A Due West Avenue man advised KCSO officer Pamela Wyrick an unknown suspect stole a ring from his mother’s Lost Tree Lane home. Complainant said his mother had a medical issue and was transported from her home to the hospital by Rural/Metro. The ring was discovered missing a few days later.

• Jan. 12: A Lake Heritage Way man advised KCSO officer Larry Hart an unknown suspect broke the passenger side window of his vehicle and stole a purse while it was parked at Wild Wing Café Friday, Jan. 8. The purse contained a debit card, which was used later Jan. 8 at the Marathon Station in Farragut.

 

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