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• Oct. 1: An Ashton Court man advised Knox County Sheriff’s Office deputy Donnald Clift an unknown suspect burglarized his vehicle while he was out of town. Suspect stole a laptop computer, television, iPod, an Internet wireless card and $3,000. Complainant did not know how suspect entered his vehicle.

• Oct. 4: KCSO officer Charles Hammett responded to Kohl’s department store off Kingston Pike on report of a shoplifter. Officer observed a male suspect being detained by physical force in the parking lot of Kohl’s. Complainant stated he observed suspect enter the store, place several items of merchandise in a bag, and then leave the store without paying for the items. Merchandise, including various items of clothing and two pairs of shoes, was worth $580.97. Complain-ant had video surveillance of suspect shoplifting. Complainant stated he confronted suspect in the parking lot, and the suspect threw the bag of merchandise at the complainant, striking him in the face. Complainant refused any medical attention. Suspect was issued a criminal trespass warning and arrested.

• Oct. 4: A Sundown Road woman advised KCSO officer Jordan Hurst her vehicle was burglarized. Suspect did not steal anything. Vehicle was parked in the street and was unlocked.




 

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