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• April 9: A Forest Ridge Circle man advised Knox County Sheriff’s Office deputy Pamela Wyrick an unknown suspect entered his vehicle and stole a wallet containing $1,000 and various credit cards, three external hard drives and a laptop computer. Complainant stated the windows of the vehicle partially were open, and suspect must have reached in and unlocked the door. Some of the stolen items belonged to the complainant’s employer.

• April 9: A Butternut Circle woman advised KCSO officer Julie Duncan her “boyfriend’s best friend’s boyfriend’s friend” took several old class rings, worth about $600, from her home. Suspect was staying with complainant. The complainant did not know the suspect’s name.


• April 9: KCSO officer Jerry Massey responded to a residence off Loop Road on a theft in progress from an outbuilding. When officer arrived, a gray Chevrolet pick-up truck and brown Chevrolet Astro van, with known tags, were parked behind the residence. Two suspects were loading items into both vehicles. Suspects told officers they had permission from the property owner to haul off scrap metal. The property owner arrived and said the suspects did not have her consent. She also said items were missing from inside her storage building. The items were located in the van. All property was released to the victim; she said she wanted to prosecute.

• April 11: A Butternut Circle man advised KCSO officer P.J. Lambert an unknown suspect tried to gain entry to his vehicle. Suspect damaged the outer lock on a door.

• April 12: A Kohl’s department store employee advised KCSO officer Eric Kern he observed a known suspect conceal $138 worth of clothing in her purse and leave the store without paying for that merchandise. Suspect 1 reached her vehicle where suspect 2 was waiting. Suspect 2 returned to the store in an attempt to “return” the merchandise, acting as though he had paid for it. Complainant apprehended both suspects. Both suspects were warned by complainant that they no longer were allowed on any Kohl’s property.

 

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