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• Aug. 27: A Aeronca Road man advised Knox County Sheriff’s Office deputy Pamela Wyrick an unknown suspect stole a vehicle from the parking lot of the Rush Fitness Complex off Kingston Pike. Vehicle was left in the parking lot for a car lot to pick up. When they arrived, the vehicle was gone. Complainant also advised the vehicle had not been towed.

• Aug. 27: A Whippoorwill Drive woman advised KCSO officer Josie Sieben her vehicle was parked in a parking lot across from Farragut High School when it was damaged. Victim advised the rear window of the vehicle had been broken and the frame was bent. Nothing was missing from the vehicle.

• Aug. 28: A Dominion Circle woman advised KCSO officer Donnie Clift her sister stole jewelry from her home while she was away on vacation. Victim advised the suspect has a history of stealing.

• Aug. 30: An E. Kingsgate Road man advised KCSO officer Gabe Mullinax an unknown suspect entered his home and stole a laptop computer.

• Aug. 31: KCSO officer Aaron Yarnell responded to CVS Pharmacy at Kingston Pike and Smith Road on report of a robbery. An unknown suspect entered the business and proceeded directly to the pharmacy counter, where he presented complainant with a note stating he needed “Oxy 90s and 30s.” Letter also stated the suspect had a weapon and the complainant had “45 seconds or someone would be shot.” Complainant complied with suspect’s request and retried 110 80-milligram pills and 187 30-milligram pills. Suspect then fled on foot toward the woods behind the store.

• Sept. 1: A town of Farragut employee advised KCSO support staffer Frava Limburg an unknown suspect spray-painted graffiti on a concession building an on paved walkways at Anchor Park off Turkey Creek Road. Graffiti includes letters “AOW,” marijuana leaves and swastikas.

• Sept. 2: A Dixie Lee Wine and Liquors employee advised KCSO officer Pamela Wyrick an unknown suspect spray-painted graffiti on an exterior wall of the business. Suspect may have been caught on surveillance tape.


• Sept. 2: A MacArthur Lane man advised KCSO officer Lydia Farmer an unknown suspect stole a computer and leaf blower from his open garage.

• Sept. 2: A Federal Boulevard man advised KCSO officer Woodrow Martin he was in his home when he heard a “pop” and discovered the stained glass in his front door was broken. The door had apparently been shot with a BB gun. Complainant did not see a suspect.

 

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