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• May 3: Knox County Sheriff’s Office deputy James Page responded to Kohl’s department store on report of a shoplifter. Complainant stated he observed suspect come to the juniors department and select several items of merchandise, enter an empty dressing room and then exit with no merchandise. An employee checked the fitting room to see no merchandise had been left behind, only tags and sensor tags. Suspect then went to men’s department, picked up a pack of black socks, and placed them in her purse. She exited the store without paying for the items, but was stopped by complainant and detained. Suspect attempted to steal $117.97 worth of merchandise.

• May 4: A town of Farragut employee advised KCSO officer Robert Howard an unknown suspect entered Town Hall by removing a glass window. Suspect then pried open two doors and entered the complainant’s office. Nothing was reported missing in that office. Suspect finally went upstairs, pried open two more doors, entered the Knox County Clerk storage room and stole a safe, containing $5,799.73, checks written to the Clerk’s Office in the amount of $24,615.70 and $4,000 worth of 2010 and 2011 decals for license plates.

• May 4: An AT&T employee advised KCSO officer Renee Delgado an unknown suspect stole blue tooth headsets, worth $40, from the Parkside Drive store.

• May 4: Two Nail Bar employees advised KCSO officer Cathy Norris they suspect a coworker has been stealing money from their purses while at work. Victims advised money comes up missing after this coworker goes to the area the purses are kept. They also advised another coworker had money missing, but she was not present at the time of report.

• May 4: A Spring Branch Lane woman advised KCSO officer Genni Strickland an unknown suspect entered vehicles parked in her driveway and stole an iPod, iPod car charger, 10 CDs and about $1 worth of coins.

• May 6: A Brookwood Construction employee advised KCSO officer Cathy Norris an unknown suspect stole $3,500 in hardwood flooring, felt and nails from a home under construction on Highwick Circle. Victim advised not all exterior doors were in place.

• May 6: KCSO officer Brad Hall was dispatched to CVS off Kingston Pike on report of a robbery. Complainant stated a known suspect entered the store and produced a note that stated, “Give me all the 80 and 30 mg OxyContin you have 30 seconds or someone will get shot do not follow me and put the note back inside the bag.” Complainant stated she did as the suspect requested. Suspect fled the store on foot. The drugs were worth about $7,500.

• May 6: A Kohl’s department store employee advised KCSO officer Lucas Rader he witnessed a known suspect conceal and attempt to steal merchandise worth about $291. Suspect was taken into custody in lieu of misdemeanor citation because she did not have any proof of identification.

• May 7: A Kohl’s department store employee advised KCSO officer John Sharp a known suspect had been detained for theft. Complainant stated over the past five months, he had observed and recorded the suspect make numerous false transactions and thefts. The complainant confronted the defendant, who admitted the theft and signed a written confession. Suspect was taken into custody for thefts totally $1,249.81.

• May 8: A Pear Leaf Circle woman advised KCSO officer Traci Wright an unknown suspect broke the driver’s side windows of two of her vehicles, both parked at Wild Wing Café, and stole $875 worth of her belongings, include purses, cash, credit cards, checkbooks, cell phone chargers and keys.

• May 8: A Brighton Court man advised KCSO officer Amanda Dellinger an unknown suspect stole a Palm Pilot, watch and $50 from his vehicle, which was parked in his driveway. Vehicle was unlocked.

• May 8: An Ashton Court man advised KCSO officer Amanda Dellinger an unknown suspect stole a fishing rod and shoes from the back of his truck bed.

• May 8: An Ashton Court man advised KCSO officer Johnny McDonald he was headed to bed when he noticed the lights at the end of his driveway were not on. He went outside and discovered the lights were missing.

• May 9: A Monticello Drive woman advised KCSO officer P.J. Lambert an unknown suspect stole a push mower from her property.

• May 10: A Brookwood Construction employee advised KCSO officer Larry Hart an unknown suspect entered a home under construction off Highwick Circle and stole $1,040 in hardwood flooring and felt.

• May 10: KCSO officer Jerry Massey responded to Kohl’s department store on report of a shoplifter. Complainant stated the suspect attempted to steal a pair of Nike tennis shoes, worth $58. Suspect was misdemeanor cited.

• May 13: A Sonja Drive man advised KCSO officer P.J. Lambert his son and the son’s girlfriend were visiting his home, and when they left, victim discovered jewelry missing. Jewelry is worth about $1,300.

• May 13: An Autumn Glade Lane man advised KCSO officer Julie Duncan an unknown suspect stole a doll house from his front porch. The doll house is home to his cats.

• May 14: KCSO officer Charles Hammett responded to a residence off Gates Mill Drive on report of a burglary. Victim stated an unknown suspect entered his garage and stole a motorcycle helmet and suspension fluid. Victim was unsure if the door was locked.

• May 14: A Dominion Circle man advised KCSO officer Benny Morrison a known suspect had been living with him and working at his business. During that time, the suspect had stolen various tools and electronics, worth more than $1,000. Suspect was found to be in possession of several pawn tickets when he was picked up and questioned about another matter. Suspect admitted he had stolen from the victim and pawned off the items.

• May 14: KCSO officer Mark Belliveau responded to Kohl’s department store on report of a shoplifter. Complainant stated he witnessed a known suspect take four rings from rack, remove the price tags, and put the rings on her fingers. She then attempted to leave without paying. Rings were worth $140. Suspect was misdemeanor cited.

• May 14: KCSO officer Mark Belliveau responded to Kohl’s department store on report of a shoplifter. Complainant stated he witnessed a known suspect conceal $175 worth of jewelry and attempt to leave the store without paying. Suspect was misdemeanor cited.

• May 14: KCSO officer Jeffery Hamby responded to Kohl’s department store on report of a shoplifter. Complainant stated he witnessed a known suspect select merchandise from a shelf, enter a dressing room and exit without the merchandise. Complainant checked the dressing room and found all the tags had been removed. Suspect attempted to leave the store without paying for the clothing, worth $150. Items were found in suspect’s purse.

• May 15: A Louisiana Avenue street man advised KCSO officer Lucas Rader he was struck by what appeared to be a silver Chevy Cavalier while he was walking at the intersection of Kingston Pike and Canton Hollow Road. Victim was intoxicated. He did have a slight abrasion above his right knee, but the injury did not appear to be from a vehicle. Victim was transported to a hospital by Rural Metro.

• May 16: KCSO officer Chris Lougheed responded to a residence off Brochardt Road on report of a burglary. Victim stated he arrived at his residence to find an upstairs back door was open. He also found a muddy boot print on a basement door, where suspect(s) had attempted to enter and had damaged the lock. Victim said nothing appeared to be missing from the home.

• May 16: An Ila Perdue Drive man advised KCSO officer Jill Breeden an unknown suspect broke the passenger side window of his vehicle and stole his wife’s purse. Vehicle was parked at Cracker Barrel.

• May 16: A Sagemont Lane man advised KCSO officer Jeffery Hamby he had contacted a suspect known only as “Michael” via e-mail about a room he wished to rent. Suspect had visited the residence to see the room, and while victim and suspect left the house to get ice from a trailer outside, the suspect’s unknown accomplice entered the home and stole a wallet, laptop and computer monitor, worth more than $3,000.

 

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