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• Feb. 13: Knox County Sheriff’s Office deputy Joseph Crabtree responded to a location off Windham Hill Road in response to a hit and run. Victim stated she was slowing to a stop at the red light at Kingston Pike and North Campbell Station Road when she was rear-ended by an unknown suspect. Suspect left the scene. Victim said suspect was a middle-aged female driver in a light-colored sedan.

• Feb. 15: KCSO officer Ronald Black was dispatched to Dollar General off Kingston Pike on a burglary call. Complainant stated when she arrived to open the business, she noticed water in the back office area. Complainant stated someone entered the business through the roof the previous night, breaking through the ceiling in the storage area and the office. Suspect also damaged the alarm system and the alarm on the back door, stealing the business safe, containing about $900.

• Feb. 16: KCSO investigator Benny Morrison responded to a residence off Everett Road on report of a burglary. Victim stated when he returned home from work, he at first did not notice anything out of place. But his fiancée alerted him a television, Xbox, Wii, rifle, DVDs, video games, knife, jewelry, computer, jewelry box and other video game and television accessories were missing. Victim said there was no sign of forced entry.

• Feb. 17: A Kohl’s department store employee advised KCSO officer Charles Kuykendall a known arrestee tried to conceal items in her purse. She went to the cashier and bought some items not in her purse, but left the store without paying for others. Complainant stopped the arrestee outside the store and found stolen items concealed in her purse. Total cost of stolen merchandise is $144. Arrestee was misdemeanor cited.


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