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• Feb. 19: Knox County Sheriff’s Office deputy Charles Trott responded to Kohl’s department store off Kingston Pike in regard to two shoplifters. Witness stated he watched suspect one and suspect two on closed surveillance video take tags off items and then wear them around the store. Items cost a total of $94. Suspects then purchased a few towels, but left the store without paying for the clothing they were wearing. Suspects were misdemeanor cited, and suspect two also received a second misdemeanor citation for trespassing because she had been given a no trespass warning at the Kohl’s at the Centre at Deane Hill.

• Feb. 19: A Kohl’s department store employee advised KCSO officer Gary Disney he observed a known suspect cut the tags from a wallet and a child’s toy, valued together at $36, and leave the store without paying for them.

• Feb. 19: A Dunbarton Court woman advised KCSO officer Ericka Davenport that she had dinner with a suspect listed only as “Kevin,” and returned to her home with the suspect. She left her vehicle keys on the table and went into another room. When she returned, the vehicle keys were missing and her vehicle had been stolen.

• Feb. 19: A Pin Oak Circle man advised KCSO officer Jill Breeden that during the night of Feb. 18, an unknown suspect removed all four tires from his truck.

• Feb. 21: A Meadow Point Lane man advised KCSO officer Laura McElhaney a suspect known only as “Cathy” came to his home to borrow $10 from him. Shortly after the suspect left, he realized his food stamp card was missing. Complainant advised the card was on top of his dresser when suspect arrived.

• Feb. 22: A Broadwood Drive man advised KCSO officer P.J. Lambert an unknown suspect obtained his credit card information and used it to make online purchases.

• Feb. 22: KCSO officer James Page responded to Econo Lodge off Campbell Lakes Drive on report of a theft. Victim stated he had a room at the hotel, and after an argument over the phone with a known suspect, he left the room to go to the store. When he returned, he found his suitcase full of clothing was missing. Complainant, an employee of the hotel, said he gave the suspect a room key because he thought the victim and the suspect were staying in the room together. Victim left the scene before he could give a property value or description.

• Feb. 22: A Hope Springs Way man advised KCSO officer Benny Morrison he returned to his home after being absent about two hours to find his front door had been forced open. The front door and frame were damaged, and unknown suspect(s) had stolen a television, handgun, laptop computer, stereo equipment, vacuum cleaner, $60 in change, camera and a universal remote. Forensics processed the scene.

• Feb. 23: A Kohl’s department store employee advised KCSO officer Warren McNutt he stopped a known suspect as he stole an assortment of fragrances from the store. The merchandise was valued at $189, and Kohl’s is unable to resale the merchandise. Suspect had previously been advised not to return to Kohl’s by store staff.

• Feb. 24: KCSO officer Charles Kuykendall responded to Kohl’s department store on report of a shoplifter. Witness stated the arrestee had taken items from the store and put them in her purse. She then left the store without attempting to pay for those items, valued at $86. Suspect was taken into custody.

• Feb. 25: A Kirby Glen Drive woman advised KCSO officer Tim Blackburn she found several unauthorized charges while checking her bank card account online. Victim said the charges were for Wal-Mart and Target in Farmingdale, N.Y., for a total of $2,569.73. Victim said the card was in her possession, and she did not know how someone could have retrieved the card information.

• Feb. 26: A David Hill Road man advised KCSO officer P.J. Lambert he lost his wallet in the Baptist Hospital West parking lot.


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