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• Sept. 13: Knox County Sheriff’s Office deputy Nick Brown responded to an LCUB substation off Canton Hollow Road on a report of an automotive burglary. Complainant stated two vehicles belonging to Wolf Tree Experts had been burglarized. An unknown suspect forced entry into several compartments on two vehicles. A full inventory of stolen items had not been completed at time of report.

• Sept. 13: KCSO officer Nick Brown responded to Regions Bank off Kingston Pike on report of a forgery. Victim stated her vehicle was burglarized on Sept. 12 and her purse and its contents were stolen. Victim was notified today by Regions Bank an unknown suspect cashed a check for $1,050 from her account.

• Sept. 13: KCSO officer Bobby Law responded to Fresh Market on report of a purse snatching. Victim stated an unknown white male suspect grabbed her purse from her left arm and ran down the street. Suspect then jumped into a white vehicle being driven by another person and drove away in the direction of Lenoir City. Victim saw a partial tag number. No other parties witnessed the crime. Victim was not injured.


• Sept. 14: KCSO officer Richard VanKirk responded to Petro Stopping Station off Watt Road on a report of counterfeit money. Complainant said she was counting money from sales from the day before and discovered a fake $50 bill in one of the cash-drop envelopes. Counterfeit money was turned into the property unit of KCSO.

• Sept. 14: KCSO officer Bobby Law responded to Kohl’s department store off Kingston Pike for a shoplifting call. Complainant said he noticed a known suspect conceal merchandise, worth $290, and leave the store without paying for it. Suspect was arrested.

• Sept. 15: A Peterson Road man advised KCSO officer Jessica Wilson an unknown suspect stole a distributor and a distributor spark plug from her vehicle.

• Sept. 15: KCSO officer Bobby Law responded to Kohl’s department store off Kingston Pike on report of a shoplifter. Complainant stated he saw a known suspect conceal merchandise, worth $108, and leave the store without paying for it.

• Sept. 16: KCSO officer Brian Kerr responded to Kohl’s department store off Kingston Pike on report of a shoplifter. Complainant stated he witnessed a known suspect place several items of merchandise in her purse and leave the store without paying for it. Merchandise was worth $189. Suspect was misdemeanor cited.

• Sept. 16: KCSO officer Brian Kerr responded to Kohl’s department store off Kingston Pike on report of a shoplifter. Complainant stated he witnessed a known suspect place several items of merchandise in her purse and leave the store without paying for it. Merchandise was worth $306.99. Suspect was misdemeanor cited.

 

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