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• Jan. 8: An Andover Boulevard man advised Knox County Sheriff’s Office deputy 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.

• Jan. 14: A Spring Branch Lane woman advised KCSO officer Jill Breeden an unknown suspect stole her camera from her home. She stated people have been in her home, but she did not know who would have taken the camera.

• Jan. 15: A Wild Wing Café employee advised KCSO officer Matthew Schlosshan $250 had been taken from his unsecured bag while at work. The complainant advised the money was in his wallet and did not report any other items missing.

• Jan. 17: A Kingston Pike man advised KCSO officer Donnie Ion his unlocked vehicle was broken into. Complainant states that his employer’s GPS was stolen as well as two of the complainant’s compact discs.

• Jan. 17: A Kingston Pike man advised KCSO officer David Harnett sometime between Jan. 14 and Jan. 17 an unknown suspect gained entry into his home without force and stole a Dell Inspiron laptop computer and a Verizon Computer with Air Card. There was no physical evidence to collect.

• Jan. 17: A Lost Tree Lane woman advised KCSO officer John Engwall an unknown suspect stole silver plateware and a box of crystal ware from her unlocked attached garage.

• Jan. 17: A Lost Tree Lane woman advised KCSO officer John Engwall an unknown suspect stole miscellaneous women’s clothes from her unlocked attached garage.

• Jan. 18: A Sugarwood Drive woman advised KCSO officer Brandy Coffey an unknown suspect gained entry to her home through an unlocked door while her sister was visiting. Suspect stole a Sony DVD player, a Garmin GPS system, miscellaneous DVDs, a car charger for the DVD player and assorted gift cards from the vehicle.

• Jan. 18: A Farragut Hills woman advised KCSO officer P.J. Lambert her driver’s side door was keyed while parked at Kroger Marketplace off Brooklawn Street.

• Jan. 18: A Lost Tree Lane man advised KCSO officer P.J. Lambert an unknown suspect entered his detached unlocked garage and stole two wicker chests of drawers. Complainant advised he talked to his neighbors and found his property at a neighbor’s home. The neighbor told him they bought the furniture from an unknown male and did not know his name. The neighbor returned the property back to the complainant.

• Jan. 18: A 12th Street man advised KCSO officer P.J. Lambert his vehicle broke down on the side of Watt Road, and when he returned for it, the vehicle was no longer there. Complainant advised he has called all the towing companies in the phone book but could not locate his vehicle.

• Jan. 18: A Sweet Gum Drive woman advised KCSO officer P.J. Lambert an unknown suspect threw eggs at her home and put instant mashed potatoes in her yard.

• Jan. 18: A Chaho Road woman advised KCSO officer P.J. Lambert an unknown suspect gained entry to her vehicle and took $100. Complainant advised the doors were left unlocked.

• Jan. 18: A Smalley Lane man advised KCSO officer P.J. Lambert a large rock fell off a cliff and onto his vehicle while it was parked off Palestine Road. Complainant advised the rock fell onto the back of his vehicle, causing damage to the trunk and breaking out the back windshield.

• Jan. 19: A Spinnaker Road woman advised KCSO officer Cathy Norris on Nov. 15, 2009, she found out her then-boyfriend was wanted by the FBI for robbery. Victim said she contacted the suspect and told him to get his belongs out of her residence. Victim stated the suspect took her AK-47 without permission when he picked up his things. She said she didn’t find out until his arrest the last name he was using was an alias. Victim said she spoke with the FBI agent assigned to his case and was told the weapon was not in his possession upon his arrest. Victim requested to file a theft report, as she does not know what he did with the weapon. She advised a laser sight, interior laser sight, tri-pod, ammo, and a shoulder sling all were in the case with the weapon as well as all of the paperwork on the gun.

• Jan. 19: A Loring Justice PLLC employee advised KCSO officer Cathy Norris an unknown suspect stole $20 and her Wal-Mart credit card from her purse while she was at work.

• Jan. 19: A Weatherly Hills Boulevard woman advised KCSO officer Ben Hibbert an unknown suspect shot several black paintballs at her back white wooden fence during the night.

• Jan. 20: A Kohl’s Department Store employee advised KCSO officer Charles Trott he observed a known arrestee conceal underwear, a brazier, sunglasses and a top, totaling $128, in an attempt to steal the merchandise. Arrestee was misdemeanor cited.

• Jan. 20: A Kohl’s Department Store employee advised KCSO officer Benji Gresham he witnessed two known suspects conceal and attempt to leave the store with $209.98 worth of clothing. Complainant stated that female suspect has stolen items in the past from Kohl’s and she has been given written and verbal orders banning her from any Kohl’s property. All property was returned without damage. Both suspects were misdemeanor cited.

• Jan. 20: A Heatherwood Court woman advised KCSO officer Matthew Schlosshan her purse was taken from her unlocked vehicle sometime between Jan. 17 and Jan. 18. Complainant stated the purse contained a cell phone, make-up, sunglasses and her wallet with her credit and debit cards, driver’s license and $40 in cash.

• Jan. 21: A Kohl’s Department Store employee advised KCSO officer Chad Gore he witnessed a known suspect enter the dressing room with several clothing items and exit with the items concealed in her purse. Suspect fled the store without paying for the items, valued at $172.99. Suspect was cited for shoplifting and issued a criminal trespass warning.

• Jan. 21: A Kohl’s Department Store employee advised KCSO officer Chad Gore he witnessed a known suspect conceal $88 worth of women’s undergarments in her purse before exiting the store without paying for the items. Suspect was cited for shoplifting and given a criminal trespass warning.

• Jan. 21: A Kohl’s Department Store employee advised KCSO officer Charles Trott he witnessed a known male suspect take four pairs of pants into the men’s dressing room and leave wearing the four pairs of pants under his original pair in an effort to conceal them. The suspect fled the store with another known suspect. Witness stated one suspect got into a black Saturn on the other side of the store, and witness was concerned the suspect in the vehicle also had taken items from the store. KCSO officers initiated a traffic stop on the vehicle and the three occupants showed symptoms of alcoholic intoxication and were taken into custody and charged with public intoxication and theft by shoplifting.

• Jan. 21: A Willingham Drive woman advised KCSO officer Christopher Allison she recently received a letter from State Farm Insurance stating her ex-husband was attempting to have her name removed from an insurance policy on her jewelry. Complainant stated that she noticed a ring of her’s first went missing in September 2009, but she did not file a report because she thought she had misplaced it. Complainant also stated that she and her ex-husband were divorced before the ring went missing and that an unknown person told her that her husband did have the ring. The complainant does not know if he has any keys to gain access to her residence.

• Jan. 24: A Quapaw Circle man advised KCSO officer Charles Trott an unknown suspect struck his vehicle in the parking lot of Ingles Market off Kingston Pike, causing damage to the rear driver’s side turn signal. Victim stated that when he noticed the damage to his vehicle there was a black Land Rover 1997 model next to his that could have been the suspect’s vehicle. Victim stated that he went inside Ingles to try to watch the video from their security camera but was unable to do so, and while he was inside the Land Rover left the parking lot.

• Jan. 27: An employee of Captain Ernie’s Fish House off Campbell Station Road advised KCSO officer Larry Hart the business was entered into by throwing a large rock through a side plate-glass window. An unknown suspect(s) stole a television and $75 in cash. The business did not have an alarm system.

• Jan. 27: A West Plaza Inn employee advised KCSO officer Matt Price a friend of her’s called only “Gary,” arrived at the West Plaza Inn asking to borrow money from her. Victim refused and stated that she did not have any money. Victim stated she then went to the restroom, where the suspect followed her. Suspect then twisted her left arm behind her back, pushed her against the wall and removed $165 from her front right pocket. Victim said the money belong to the hotel and stated it was in her pocket because the cash register would not lock. Victim also stated she did not call the police at the time of the robbery because she feared her boss would become angry. Complainant, another employee of West Plaza Inn, said the victim’s cash drawer was short $42, Friday, Jan. 22, and short $60, Saturday, Jan. 23.

• Jan. 27: A Midhurst Drive man advised KCSO officer Cathy Norris person(s) unknown stole his utility trailer out of his yard. The victim described the trailer as a 2005 P&T, black in color, wooden floor, 5-by-10-foot, with the jack handle broken off and the connection where the lights plug is broken off.

 

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