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• Jan. 29: Knox County Sheriff’s Officer Bobby Law responded to Little Bangkok off Campbell Station Road on a business alarm. Officer noticed the front window had been broken. Victim stated an unknown suspect entered the business through the broken window and stole about $500 from the cash register. Surveillance cameras did show the description of the suspect. He is described as a heavy white male, about 5-foot-10, 230 pounds.

• Jan. 29: KCSO officer Bobby Law responded to a business alarm at Wild Pineapple off Parkside Drive. Officer noticed the side window of the business had been broken. Victim said an unknown suspect broke the window, but did not appear to have taken anything.

• Jan. 30: A Sundown Road man advised KCSO officer Jill Breeden an unknown suspect stole his debit card from his vehicle, parked at his home. There was no forced entry to the vehicle.

• Jan. 31: A town of Farragut employee advised KCSO officer Gary Disney a Town salt truck was traveling on Wardley Drive, salting and scraping the roadway. The salt truck slid on a hill, eventually sliding backwards and striking a parked Honda Element. The Honda was parked legally.

• Feb. 1: A Lark Meadow Drive man advised KCSO officer Matthew Schlosshan an unknown suspect burglarized his vehicle, parked in his driveway, during the night. Complainant noticed the front passenger window was broken and the rear driver’s side door was dented. Suspect stole a laptop computer, eyeglass case, cigarettes and a lighter. Complainant did not know any possible suspects and stated he asked his children if anyone at school was mad at them.

• Feb. 1: A Curtis Avenue man advised KCSO officer Matthew Schlosshan he went to a truck stop off Watt Road and left his vehicle unlocked. Upon his return, his CB Radio was missing.

• Feb. 2: A Misty Valley Drive man advised KCSO officer Cathy Norris an unknown suspect burglarized his vehicle while it was parked at the Econo Lodge off Campbell Lakes Drive. Suspect broke into a toolbox in the vehicle’s trailer and stole grinders, saws, drills and spray paint guns.

• Feb. 2: An Eagle Lane woman advised KCSO officer P.J. Lambert an unknown suspect gained entry to her vehicle while it was parked at Marshalls Department Store off Parkside Drive. Complainant stated there was no damage done to the vehicle, but she believed her doors were locked. Suspect stole a laptop computer and an SD card.

• Feb. 3: A Thornton Drive woman advised KCSO officer Charles Kuykendall an unknown person passing by her residence told her that her trashcan was on fire. Victim stated an unknown suspect removed the trashcan from the side of the street and placed it beside her residence. Victim stated when she went to look, the trashcan was on fire, but she was able to put it out. There was possible smoke damage to the side of her residence. The trashcan was completely burned.

• Feb. 3: KCSO officer Bobby Law responded to Kohl’s department store off Kingston Pike on report of a shoplifter. Complainant stated a known suspect concealed a black pair of shoes in her purse and walked out of the store without paying for them. Shoes were worth $59.99. Suspect stated she “doesn’t know why she took them, but believes she has a problem.” Suspect had no identification. Suspect was taken into custody.

 

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