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• May 24: A Lovell View Drive woman advised Knox County Sheriff’s Office deputy P.J. Lambert that another car passed her on the shoulder of Lovell Road, causing a rock to fly up and hit her windshield. The rock cracked the windshield. She had no suspect information.

• May 24: A Sedgefield Road man advised KCSO officer Pamela Wyrick an unknown suspect entered his vehicle through an unlocked door and stole a GPS system and a laptop computer.

• May 25: A Sedgefield Road woman advised KCSO officer Traci Wright an unknown suspect entered her vehicle by “tampering with the driver’s side door.” The vehicle was not damaged and nothing was taken.


• May 26: A Briar Gate Lane man advised KCSO officer Pamela Wyrick an unknown suspect entered a rental vehicle while he was traveling from Cincinnati, Ohio, to Knoxville and stole a laptop computer. The vehicle was unlocked. Victim was unsure where the incident occurred. Victim also advised the laptop belonged to his employer.

• May 26: A Summit View of Farragut employee advised KCSO officer P.J. Lambert an unknown suspect broke the window of her vehicle while it was parked at her workplace. Suspect rummaged through the vehicle, but did not take anything.

• May 27: A Sims Road man advised KCSO officer Pamela Wyrick that a known suspect had stolen guns from his grandfather’s home off Smith Road. Suspect is the grandfather’s nephew, who entered the home with a key and took a shotgun, two rifles and two handguns. The grandfather has become ill and is living with his daughter, but was informed of the incident and stated he wants the guns back.

• May 28: KCSO officer Anthony Wallace responded to Kohl’s department store on report of a shoplifter. Witness stated he observed a known suspect take several items and place them in her purse with the intent of not paying for them. He also advised he had observed the suspect steal items from the store on five separate occasions but had been unable to detain her. Officer found stolen items in suspect’s purse, and suspect was taken into custody. Merchandise was valued at $146.50.

• May 29: A Pilot employee advised KCSO officer Josie Sieben an unknown suspect stole five to six packs of cigars from the store off Campbell Station Road. Suspect took the cigars and concealed them in a newspaper, then placed them in her purse. A customer witnessed this and slipped a note to the cashier to inform her of the theft. The cashier sent another customer to get the complainant. The complainant then approached the suspect and asked if the suspect had stolen the cigars. The suspect denied it. The complainant asked to look in the suspect’s purse, telling her that if she would return the items she would not be persecuted. The suspect denied taking any items, then entered a van with known tag numbers and drove away.

• May 29: A Missoula Way Street woman advised KCSO officer P.J. Lambert an unknown suspect stole her purse while she was shopping off Parkside Drive.

• May 29: A Verizon Wireless employee advised KCSO officer Josie Sieben an unknown suspect stole a phone on the showroom floor. Complainant advised the corporate office would have video from the security cameras soon.

• May 29: A Peach View drive man advised KCSO officer P.J. Lambert an unknown suspect broke the driver’s side window of his vehicle while it was parked at Rocky Top Shell off Kingston Pike. Suspect stole a DVD player and caused additional damage to the vehicle.

• May 30: A Lanesborough Way man advised KCSO officer Renee Delgado an unknown suspect broke the passenger window of his vehicle and stole a GPS system. 

• May 30: A Lanesborough Way woman advised KCSO officer Renee Delgado an unknown suspect broke into her vehicle and stole an iPod Nano.

• May 30: KCSO officer Richard VanKirk responded to Kohl’s department store on report of a shoplifter. Witness stated he observed a known suspect conceal merchandise in her purse and leave the store without paying. Merchandise was valued at $1,085. Suspect was taken into custody and transported to Knox County Detention Facility.

• May 30: A Sycamore Circle man advised KCSO officer Benji Gresham he was on his property when he was bitten on the hand by an unknown type of wild animal. Victim drove himself to Mercy West Hospital for treatment of his hand injury.

• May 31: A Lost Tree Lane man advised KCSO officer Gary Disney he left his garage door open overnight and found wet footprints around his vehicle the next morning. He began checking around his garage and found items missing. He was unsure of those items at the time of report.

• May 31: An Elderberry Drive man advised KCSO officer P.J. Lambert an unknown suspect stole his wallet while he was in Ingles grocery store off Kingston Pike.

• May 31: A Cripple Mule Point woman advised KCSO officer P.J. Lambert a known suspect stole jewelry and clothing from her home. Complainant advised the suspect was allowed in her home at the time of the incident.

• June 1: A TN Foot Care employee advised KCSO officer Gary Disney she arrived at work to find an unknown suspect had entered the business through a rear window. Complainant did not believe anything was missing at time of report.

• June 3: A Seasons Café employee advised KCSO officer Jill Breeden an unknown suspect stole eight patio umbrellas from outside his business.

• June 3: A Betty Lane man advised KCSO officer Cathy Norris an unknown suspect stole a riding lawn mower from his carport.

• June 3: A Dixie Lee Wine and Spirits employee advised KCSO officer Renee Delgado an unknown white female suspect entered the store and stole a half-gallon of liquor valued at $85.

• June 3: KCSO officer Robert Moneymaker responded to a residence off Olympic Drive on report of vandalism. Victim stated a known suspect had cut the side of a wicker chair, making it difficult to sit in. Victim advised he believed the suspect to be his neighbor, with whom he has a history of problems. Victim was advised of his legal rights.

 

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