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• July 24: A Jefferson Oak Drive woman advised Knox County Sheriff’s Office deputy Andy Scalf she was at Wild Wing Café off Campbell Lakes Drive when she discovered her vehicle had been vandalized. An unknown suspect broke the window but did not take any items from the car.

• July 24: An unknown caller advised KCSO officer Jeremy McCord that the door of New Nails off Kingston Pike had been “smashed in” to gain entry to the business. An unknown suspect used a blunt object to break the front glass door of the business and gain entry, then removed a television from the wall. Suspect did not steal the TV because of significant damage it received because of removal from the wall. Several other items were destroyed, and there was damage to the business from broken bottles of nail polish.

• July 24: A Union Grove Road man advised KCSO officer Julie Duncan he gave a suspect known only as “Chuck” an envelope containing $90 to give to another person as a payment, but when the other person received the envelope, it was empty.

• July 25: A man staying at Baymont Inn & Suites off Campbell Lakes Drive advised KCSO officer Jill Breeden an unknown suspect broke the back window of his vehicle and stole golf clubs and a camera.

• July 25: A Lanesborough Way woman advised KCSO officer Jill Breeden an unknown suspect entered her vehicle and stole $123, various CDs, a radar detector, various pieces of jewelry and various debit and credit cards. There was no forced entry to the vehicle.

• July 25: A Massage Envy employee advised KCSO officer Ericka Davenport one of her employees stole $650 from the business. Victim did not name a suspect; she said she wished to interview the employees.

• July 26: An Oakmont Place woman advised she was at Cotton Eyed Joe off Outlet Drive when she witnessed an altercation between a known suspect and another man in the parking lot. After the altercation, suspect turned and struck the complainant’s vehicle with his fist. Complainant was advised of warrant procedures.

• July 26: KCSO officer Laura Hayes responded to a disturbance call at Mercy West off Parkside Drive. Complainant stated he was trying to repossess tires from a vehicle in the parking lot for Aaron Rentals and Remco, but was having trouble with hospital security. When officers had arrived, complainant already had removed the tires from the vehicle. Officer contacted the vehicle owner by telephone, who said she was aware her tires had been repossessed.

• July 28: KCSO officer Tim Belcher responded to Kohl’s department store off Kingston Pike on report of a shoplifter. Complainant had apprehended a known suspect after the suspect had concealed various clothing items, worth $157.97, in her purse. Suspect was misdemeanor cited.

• July 29: A Triple Crown Boulevard woman advised KCSO officer P.J. Lambert an unknown suspect entered his unlocked vehicle and stole a tool box, golf clubs and a GPS system.

• July 29: A Packard Lane man advised KCSO officer Jill Breeden an unknown suspect entered three vehicles parked in his driveway and stole items from two of them. There was no forced entry to any of the vehicles. Suspect stole two GPS systems, a wallet with various credit cards and a social security card, Tennessee Smokies baseball tickets and a security card for the victim’s work.

• July 29: KCSO officer Richard VanKirk responded to Kohl’s department store off Kingston Pike on report of a shoplifter. Complainant stated he witnessed a known suspect put on a pair of Nike running shoes and exit the store without paying for them. The shoes were worth $75. As officer attempted to arrest the suspect, the suspect “violently jerked away,” then was “taken to the ground and placed in wrist restraints without further incident.”

• July 29: KCSO officer Chad Gore responded to Kohl’s department store off Kingston Pike on report of a shoplifter. Complainant stated he witnessed suspect conceal $28 worth of merchandise in her back pockets, the exit the store without paying. Suspect was misdemeanor cited.

 

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