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• July 30: An employee of Kohl’s department store called 911 after seeing a known suspect in a red Ford Explorer parked in front of the store. Complainant said suspect had been given a no trespass warning the day before, and the store had it on file. Suspect was still parked in the fire lane when officers arrived. Suspect was arrested.

• July 30: A Smith School Road woman advised Knox County Sheriff’s Office deputy Eric Kern she was learning to ride her new scooter along the side of the road when she lost control and wrecked among a patch of gravel. She was taken by a friend to Mercy West Hospital off Parkside Drive.

• Aug. 1: A Gates Mill Drive man advised KCSO officer P.J. Lambert an unknown suspect entered his vehicle and stole a GPS system. Victim said vehicle was locked, and believes the suspect used a tool to unlock the vehicle.

• Aug. 1: KCSO officer Charles Hammett responded to Kohl’s department store off Kingston Pike on report of two shoplifters. Complainant detained suspects in the loss prevention office of the store. Complainant stated he observed both suspects enter the store, retrieve three pairs of shoes, hide those shoes on their persons and then exit the store without paying for them. Complainant also had video surveillance. The male suspect already had a criminal trespass warning from Kohl’s from 2009; he stole a $45 pair of shoes. The female suspect stole two pairs of shoes, valued at $155. She was issued a criminal trespass warning and a misdemeanor citation.

• Aug. 1: A Kohl’s department store employee advised KCSO officer Benji Gresham he witnessed two known suspects steal $414 worth of jewelry and clothing from the store. All property was recovered without damage. Both suspects were cited for theft.

• Aug. 2: A Pouncey Tract Road man advised KCSO officer Amanda Dellinger an unknown suspect entered his vehicle and stole a camera and a GPS system. Vehicle was parked off Woodlawn Trace Drive.

• Aug. 3: A Boyd Station Road man advised KCSO officer Donnie Clift two known suspects stole various items from his home, including jewelry, a laptop computer, $300 and a Smith & Wesson handgun. One suspect is his daughter, who lives at the residence. The other suspect is the daughter’s boyfriend.

• Aug. 4: A West Kingsgate Road man advised KCSO officer Cathy Norris an unknown suspect broke the rear window of a friend’s vehicle. He stated the friend is out of town for about a month. Complainant said he could not see anything near the vehicle that could have caused the damage and did not report anything missing.

• Aug. 5: A Cabrera Transporta-tion employee advised KCSO officer Lydia Farmer his company truck was burglarized at Popeye’s Restaurant off Watt Road. Victim stated vehicle was locked, but there was no sign of forced entry. The unknown suspect stole a wallet containing a debit car and $400 as well as a laptop computer.

• Aug. 5: A Harrison Construction employee advised KCSO officer P.J. Lambert an unknown suspect stole a trailer from a construction site near the intersection of Parkside Drive and Campbell Station Road. Suspect also stole various construction equipment stored in the trailer.

• Aug. 5: A Blue Herron Drive man advised KCSO officer P.J. Lambert an unknown suspect stole a dirt bike from his driveway.

 

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