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• March 22: Knox County Sheriff’s Office deputy Joe Sulewski was dispatched to Kohl’s department store on report of a shoplifter. Witness said he observed suspect conceal two pants, one purse, two shirts, a baby outfit, one undergarment and a pair of sunglasses and attempt to leave the store without paying. Merchandise was worth $235. Suspect was issued a misdemeanor citation.

• March 23: A Turkey Creek Drive man advised KCSO officer Renee Delgado that his utility trailer was stolen from his residence. The trailer had wood floors with a four-foot wire mesh gate. The walls also are wood; the outside is painted black.


• March 24: A Willowood Court man advised KCSO officer Renee Delgado an unknown suspect broke into his vehicle and stole a laptop, computer bag, camera, rock climbing gear, radio, calculator and GPS system. Complainant said the vehicle was locked but no windows were broken.

• March 25: A Horne Properties employee advised KCSO officer Eric Kern that property bordering Boring Road, Boring Lane and Smith Road was the site of an ongoing trespassing problem. Complainant said people were trespassing and driving off-road vehicles around the property. Complainant said he has received phone calls, mostly on the weekends, from adjoining property owners advising him there were people riding four-wheelers and motorcycles on the property. Complainant stated he does wish to prosecute those who trespass on the property, and he is available anytime by cell phone for that purpose.

 

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