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• Feb. 4: A Sperry Van Ness R.M. Moore employee advised Knox County Sheriff’s Office deputy Jeffery Hamby two unknown suspects stole exhaust fans from the roof of the former Silver Spoon restaurant off Campbell Station Road. Complainant said an unknown black male and an unknown white male were on top of the business earlier in the day. A witness stated he saw the two unknown males lowering exhaust fans from the roof onto a blue trailer pulled by a white van with a known tag number. The tag came back to a Loudon County address. Complainant stated both the roof and the exhaust fans were damaged.

• Feb. 4: A Sugarwood Drive woman advised KCSO officer Julie Duncan an unknown suspect stole her wallet. She did not know how or from where the wallet had been taken, but said it contained her credit and debit cards.

• Feb. 4: A Chancellors Lane man advised KCSO officer P.J. Lambert an unknown suspect broke the windshield of his vehicle while it was parked in his driveway. Nothing was reported missing.


• Feb. 5: A Fort West Drive man advised KCSO officer Cathy Norris his passport and health insurance card were missing from his planner. He advised he hadn’t needed his passport since last summer, so was unsure when or where the planner went missing. Complainant advised he believed the items had been stolen.

• Feb. 5: KCSO officer Jeffery Hamby responded to Kohl’s department store off Kingston Pike on report of a shoplifter. Complainant advised he watched a known suspect on closed surveillance video taking items from a shelf and putting them in her purse. Complainant said suspect then took off her shoes, put on new ones and attempted to leave the store without paying for any of the items. Items were valued at $157.99. Suspect admitted to attempted shoplifting and was given a misdemeanor citation.

• Feb. 6: A Roane Drive woman advised KCSO officer Julie Duncan an unknown suspect removed her wallet from her purse while she was in Kroger Marketplace. The purse was open and left in a shopping cart. Complainant’s son later called back to say the suspect had used his mother’s credit card at Belk off Parkside Drive.

• Feb. 6: A Dixie Lee Circle woman advised KCSO officer Julie Duncan an unknown suspect removed her wallet from her purse while she was in Kroger Marketplace. Purse was open and in a shopping cart. Complainant stated the suspect has used her credit cards at several stores, including Belk and HHGregg off Parkside Drive.

• Feb. 7: A Wendy’s restaurant employee advised KCSO officer Charles Kuykendall an unknown suspect had broken the drive-thru window. Complainant also advised he had checked the rest of the business and discovered the drive-thru speaker post lying on the ground. The menu boards outside the business also were damaged, as was the entrance sign at the rear of the business. Nothing was missing. No entry was made into the business.

• Feb. 9: A Kohl’s department store employee advised KCSO officer Gary Disney he watched two known suspects attempt to shoplift on the store’s security cameras. Suspect one made a purchase and then went back to household items, where she placed two pillows in the bag with her item already purchased. Suspect then attempted to leave the store without paying for the pillows. Complainant stated that when he left his office, he saw suspect two emptying items she had concealed in her clothing into a basket she was carrying. Complainant advised when he looked in suspect one’s bag, he found additional merchandise she had taken and not paid for. The total cost of the merchandise both suspects attempted to steal was $247.97.

• Feb. 9: A Kohl’s department store employee advised KCSO officer Gary Disney he watched a known suspect attempt to shoplift on the store’s security cameras. Suspect entered a fitting room carrying a top and later exited the fitting room wearing the top under her jacket. Suspect tried to exit the store, going past the checkout without attempting to purchase the shirt. Complainant stated he also witnessed the suspect open and use several lipsticks, then place them back on the shelf. She also hid one in her boot. Suspect attempted to steal $72 worth of merchandise.

• Feb. 10: A Valley Trail man advised KCSO officer Donnie Ion his vehicle had been stolen from his home. Complainant had no suspect(s).

• Feb. 10: An Everett Road woman advised KCSO officer Cathy Norris an unknown suspect stole a utility trailer from her front yard. Trailer was described as a “4 by 8 with wooden sides.”

• Feb. 10: A town of Farragut employee advised KCSO officer Bill McKee an unknown suspect burglarized Town Hall and the administrative offices. Point of entry was unknown and no force was used. Master keys were stolen from the office and were used to enter other offices in the building. Suspect(s) also stole $122.

• Feb. 10: A Knox County Clerk’s Office employee advised KCSO officer Mark Watson an unknown suspect burglarized her office at Farragut Town Hall. Suspect pried open a storage room door but nothing appeared to be missing.

• Feb. 10: A KCSO employee advised KCSO officer Bill McKee an unknown suspect entered KCSO offices in Farragut Town Hall by use of a key. She advised the entire Town Hall was burglarized and master keys to all offices were stolen from Town administrative offices. The point of entry to the building was unknown, but no force was evident.

 

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