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• Oct. 29: A North Williamsburg Drive man advised Knox County Sheriff’s deputy Jill Breeden an unknown suspect entered three of his vehicles and stole $60 in quarters, two jackets, a briefcase, a watch and a pair of sunglasses. None of the vehicles showed signs of forced entry.

• Oct. 29: A Chowning Drive man advised KCSO officer Jill Breeden an unknown suspect entered his vehicle and stole $250, various CDs and a DVD player built into a headrest. Vehicle showed no signs of forced entry.

• Oct. 30: A Nassau Drive woman advised KCSO officer Jill Breeden an unknown suspect entered her vehicle and stole an iPod and a GPS system. Vehicle showed no signs of forced entry.

• Oct. 30: A Saddle Ridge Drive woman advised KCSO officer Susan Clark an unknown suspect broke the light on top of her mailbox. Suspect apparently hit the light with a baseball bat.


• Oct. 30: An Ackley Circle man advised KCSO officer Jill Breeden an unknown suspect broke the driver’s side window of his vehicle. Nothing was reported missing.

• Oct. 30: A Stone Harbor Way man advised KCSO officer Susan Clark an unknown suspect threw a rock at his vehicle and broke his windshield. The rock was lying near the vehicle. Nothing was reported missing.

• Oct. 31: An Augusta National way woman advised KCSO officer Traci Wright four unknown suspects vandalized her wooden and glass front door. She advised she heard the doorbell ring and heard the glass insert of her door shatter before she could reach the door. She advised she saw four elementary-aged children trick-or-treating, and all the children said, “I didn’t do it.” She also advised the children left and she did not see any other suspects.

• Nov. 1: A Parris Drive man advised KCSO officer Tonia McFarland an unknown suspect forced entry into a tag-along trailer parked at a work site off Harrison Road. Victim uses the trailer as storage for tools. Forensics processed the scene. Victim said he would supply a full list of stolen items.

• Nov. 1: A Cypresswood Lane man advised KCSO officer Pamela Wyrick an unknown suspect entered his unlocked vehicle and stole his cell phone. Vehicle was parked at Kenjo off Campbell Station Road.

• Nov. 1: An Oak Landing Lane woman advised KCSO officer Pamela Wyrick an unknown suspect damaged the light on top of her brick mailbox. Suspect apparently hit the light with a baseball bat.

• Nov. 3: A Lamesa Lane woman advised KCSO officer Pamela Wyrick an unknown suspect damaged the lights at the entrance of Saddle Ridge subdivision, apparently with a baseball bat.

• Nov. 3: An Audrianna Lane man advised KCSO officer Cathy Norris he dropped off a clock three or four weeks ago at Movements Clocks & Collectibles off Campbell Station Road. On Oct. 29, he received a voicemail from the business owner to call him right back. Victim called the number, but instead received a recording saying the number had been disconnected. He stated he went to the business and found it was being remodeled for another business to open. Victim advised a family member went online and found Movement Clocks & Collectibles’ owner’s home address and phone number, but that number too has a recording that it has been disconnected. The victim’s clock was worth $400.

• Nov. 3: A Union Road man advised KCSO officer Larry Hart an unknown suspect entered his home through his unlocked front door. Suspect stole a rifle that was kept between the mattress and box springs of his bed, plus about $200 in coins.

• Nov. 3: KCSO officer James Page responded to a residence off Destiny Ridge Way on report of someone shooting into the home. Victims stated they were standing in their kitchen when they heard what sounded like glass breaking in their home, near the bathroom. They discovered a hole in the bathroom wall that went through another wall into their bedroom, and then found a bullet lying on the floor. During the investigation, the suspect appeared near the victim’s residence and stated he had parked his truck up the hill from the victim’s residence and dropped his handgun, which had accidentally discharged in the direction of the victims’ residence. Suspect also lives off Destiny Ridge Way. Forensics and a Major Crimes Unit detective responded to the scene. The gun was a Smith & Wesson .357 caliber handgun.

• Nov. 4: An Ansley Court woman advised KCSO officer Cathy Norris an unknown suspect entered her vehicle and stole her laptop computer. Victim was unsure if the vehicle was locked and was unsure where the theft occurred, as she visited several locales on Nov. 3, including her residence.

• Nov. 5: A Whispering Cove Drive woman advised KCSO officer Jordan Hurst an unknown suspect entered her vehicle and stole two credit cards and a debit card. Vehicle was parked at The Rush Fitness Center off Kingston Pike. Suspect drilled through the keyhole of the vehicle to gain entry.

• Nov. 7: A Dollar Store employee advised KCSO officer Chad Gore an unknown suspect had burglarized her business, located off Kingston Pike. Suspect cut through the phone lines outside the business before forcefully entering through a rear door. Once inside, suspect vandalized security equipment and stole a safe that contained $2,200. Forensics processed the scene.

• Nov. 7: KCSO officer Michael Jackson responded to Kohl’s department store off Kingston Pike on a call regarding a combative shoplifter. When officer arrived, witness was lying on top of the known suspect. Witness, Kohl’s loss prevention officer, stated he observed the suspect remove a pair of flip flops and put on tennis shoes, then leave without paying for the shoes. When witness confronted the suspect, the suspect became combative and struck the witness. Witness did have a cut on his right hand from the struggle. Shoes were worth $99.99.

• Nov. 8: A Sugarwood Drive woman advised KCSO officer Pamela Lambert she gave a known suspect two checks, worth $415.17, for maintenance work at her home. She said the suspect took the money but never did the work.

• Nov. 10: A Channing Lane man advised KCSO officer Tonia McFarland an unknown suspect had “kicked in” the rear French doors of his rental property off Fretz Road. The residence was unoccupied at the time of the incident. Nothing was reported missing.

• Nov. 10: A Bell Field Road man advised KCSO officer Lydia Farmer an unknown suspect stole a trailer from his residence; trailer was worth $3,000.

• Nov. 12: A Sugarwood Drive man advised KCSO officer Cathy Norris an unknown suspect stole a utility trailer from his residence. Trailer was worth $1,400.

• Nov. 12: A Clover Fork Drive man advised KCSO officer Donald Clift an unknown suspect entered his unlocked vehicle and stole a laptop computer and iPod. Vehicle was parked at his son’s friend’s house off Brighton Court.

• Nov. 13: KCSO officer Walter Schmidt responded to Kenjo Market off Kingston Pike on an armed robbery call. Victim stated two black males entered the store and demanded money. Both suspects were carrying pistols. The first suspect was wearing a green hoodie and a green bandana. The second suspect was wearing a black hoodie and a black bandana. Suspects stole about $400. Investigation is ongoing.

 

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