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• April 30: Knox County Sheriff’s Office deputy Ben Hibbert responded to a residence off Packard Lane on report of a burglary. Victim stated he had been out of town, and his daughter had called him from home, saying she’d seen a known suspect break out a downstairs window and then flee the scene as she pulled into the driveway. Victim stated the suspect had been doing some repair work on his rental homes, and that the suspect had been at his home several hours prior to the incident and had seen his checkbook lying on his desk. Victim stated the suspect knew he was leaving town. Victim also advised someone called him from a check-cashing store off Broadway in the Kmart shopping center after this incident to verify a check they were about to check, made out to the suspect from the victim in the amount of $800. Store personnel told the victim that the suspect left the store quickly when they called to verify the check, but that they have the suspect on video. Victim advised the check was the only thing that seemed to be missing. Forensics processed the scene.

• May 1: A Fallen Oak Drive man advised KCSO officer Jill Breeden an unknown suspect stole his credit card while he was at Wild Wing Café. Victim stated he was not sure where the credit card was, on the floor or on the table.

• May 2: KCSO officer Clyde Moore responded to Salon 1551 off West End Avenue on report of a burglary. Two doors and two windows at the front of the business had been damaged. Owner found the cash drawer had been removed, but advised it was empty when the business closed. Owner stated no property or currency seemed to be missing.

• May 2: KCSO officer Clyde Moore responded to a residence off Everett Road on a burglary call. Complainant stated an unknown suspect had entered the residence by opening a rear window and stolen an electric guitar, an amplifier and a shotgun. Suspect apparently had exited the residence via the backdoor. Neither the window nor the door was damaged.

• May 2: An Ansley Court woman advised KCSO officer P.J. Lambert an unknown suspect entered her vehicle and stole a GPS system, sunglasses and more than 50 display phones belonging to Verizon. Vehicle was parked at the residence and complainant advised it was locked. The vehicle was not damaged.

 

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