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• Sept. 3: A Palestine Lane man advised Knox County Sheriff’s Office deputy Jeremy McCord that another man struck a box for the telephone system and his truck, parked on his personal property. The other man gave the complainant a copy of his insurance information and told him to contact the company regarding damages.

• Sept. 3: A Carnoustie Point woman advised KCSO officer Lydia Farmer an unknown suspect wrote on her fence with paint.

• Sept. 4: A Modesto Lane man advised KCSO officer Jill Breeden an unknown suspect dented the hood of his vehicle with a golf ball while it was parked at Willow Creek Golf Course.

• Sept. 6: An AT&T employee advised KCSO officer P.J. Lambert an unknown suspect threw an unknown object at the window of the Parkside Drive business. The window was damaged.

• Sept. 6: A Marathon gas station employee advised KCSO officer Scott Ritch an unknown white male suspect entered the store and took three 12-packs of Bud Light, in the limited edition orange cans, without paying for them. Suspect entered a brown Toyota Camry where another suspect, the driver, was waiting. Marathon did have surveillance video of the suspects and complainant advised he would make a copy for KCSO.

• Sept. 9: A Mallard Bay woman advised KCSO officer Jordan Hurst her vehicle was burglarized while parked at Far East Express off Kingston Pike. An unknown suspect broke the right rear window of the vehicle and stole the victim’s purse and a camera.

• Sept. 9: A Fretz Road woman advised KCSO officer Donnie Clift an unknown suspect burglarized her vehicle while it was parked at Campbell Station Park. Suspect broke a window and stole the victim’s purse, containing numerous debit and credit cards, driver’s license and a social security card.

• Sept. 9: A Werner Enterprises employee advised KCSO officer Rick Drysdale he was parked legally in a spot at Petro Stopping Center off Watt Road next to an RV, also parked legally. The RV was unoccupied and the complainant was in the sleeping area of his semi truck. An unknown suspect vehicle hit the rear of the RV, pushing it forward and causing it to collide with the rear passenger side of the semi-trailer. The accident damaged the front driver’s side and rear bumper of the RV as well. Officer observed the air brakes were set correctly on the RV and there were about 10 feet of skid marks from the RV’s rear tires. There were no witnesses to the accident.

• Sept. 10: A North Watt Road woman advised KCSO officer Jill Breeden an unknown suspect had taken her handgun from her bedroom. Victim advised several people had been in her home, but she was unsure who might have stolen the gun.

• Sept. 10: A Carriage Place man advised KCSO officer Lydia Farmer an unknown suspect used his debit card at KenJo Market off Campbell Station Road between Sept. 8 and Sept. 9. Complainant stated his vehicle was repossessed on Sept. 8 and his debit card was in the vehicle. On Sept. 9, he recovered the card, but discovered it had been used without his permission.

• Sept. 11: An Andover Boulevard woman advised a KCSO officer an unknown suspect entered her vehicle and stole a GPS system, a briefcase containing assorted work papers and two checkbooks. There were no signs of forced entry.

• Sept. 11: KCSO officer John Sharp responded to Kohl’s department store off Kingston Pike on report of a shoplifter. Complainant stated he observed a known female suspect taking 10 items of clothing into a dressing room and then leaving the dressing room with the clothing concealed. Suspect then attempted to leave the store without paying for the items, which totaled $289.97. Suspect admitted to attempting to steal the items. Suspect was misdemeanor cited and advised to stay off Kohl’s property.


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