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• Aug. 6: Knox County Sheriff’s O deputy Preston Huddleston responded to a residence off Heathland Drive on report of a burglary. Victim stated she placed her ring on her kitchen counter, then noticed a few hours later that it was gone. Victim blamed a known suspect who was at the residence; victim advised she noticed the ring missing after the suspect left.

• Aug. 7: A Downing Drive woman advised KCSO officer Traci Wright an unknown suspect broke the passenger side window of her vehicle and stole her and a friend’s purses. Vehicle was parked at Wild Wing Café off Campbell Lakes Drive. Purses contained debit and credit cards, food stamp cards, social security cards and insurance cards.

• Aug. 7: A Bigtree Drive woman advised KCSO officer Traci Wright two unknown suspects entered her open garage and stole a scooter.

• Aug. 8: KCSO officer Todd Jackson responded to Kohl’s department store off Kingston Pike on report of a shoplifter. Complainant, an employee of Kohl’s, stated he witnessed a known suspect take $184.50 worth of merchandise from the store without paying for it. All property was recovered. Suspect was issued a misdemeanor citation.

• Aug. 8: KCSO officer Todd Jackson responded to Pride Truck Wash off Everett Road on report of a theft. Manager of the store stated at around 2 p.m. that day, an employee of the business came into the office and placed his shirt on top of an envelope lying on the counter. The envelope contained $472.42 in cash and an undetermined number of checks. The suspect picked up his shirt, along with the envelope, and left the business.

• Aug. 8: A Winding Way Drive man advised KCSO officer Julie Duncan an unknown suspect stole two Anitolian shepherd dogs from a property he was leasing off Union Road.

• Aug. 9: A Chapman Highway man advised KCSO officer Pamela Wyrick an unknown suspect broke the rear passenger side window of his vehicle while it was parked at a location off Fox Lake Drive. Suspect also stole sound system equipment, a remote control toy and broken printers from the vehicle.

• Aug. 9: A High Oak Road man advised KCSO officer P.J. Lambert a known suspect, his son, took his mother’s debit card from her purse and used it to make two unauthorized withdrawals totaling $180.

• Aug. 9: A Mountain Lake Lane woman advised KCSO officer Julie Duncan an unknown suspect stole her iPod touch and $25 from a dressing room at JCPenney off Parkside Drive.

• Aug. 10: A McFee Road man advised KCSO officer Krista Lane a known suspect wrote him a bad check for plants from his business, Champion Daylilies. Check was for $310; it was written on a closed account.

• Aug. 11: A Willingham Drive man advised KCSO officer Ellan Nauss he was working outside in his yard when he noticed a light gold or tan Lexus SUV by the curb with two unknown white male suspects in the vehicle. Victim went inside for a few minutes, leaving the garage door open. When he returned to the yard, the two suspects drove away. Victim then discovered a leaf blower, weed eater and two chainsaws were missing from his garage.

• Aug. 12: KCSO officer Mark Belliveau responded to Kohl’s department store on report of a shoplifter. Complainant advised he witnessed a known suspect conceal two pairs of shoes and then attempt to leave the store without paying for them. Shoes were valued at $64.99. A records check revealed suspect had an outstanding violation of probation. Suspect was arrested.

 

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