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• Nov. 15: Knox County Sheriff’s Office deputy Christopher Lougheed responded to a residence off Kingston Pike on report of a burglary. Victim stated he arrived home to find the front door had been kicked in. Victim also advised the only items missing were the kitchen sink and bathroom fixtures. He stated the unknown suspect[s] severed the wiring coming from the circuit box.

• Nov. 16: An Ansley Court man advised KCSO officer Danielle Clabough an unknown suspect entered unlocked doors of two vehicles parked in his driveway and stole sunglasses, a knife and a wallet.

• Nov. 16: A Coral Circle woman advised KCSO officer Sara Jane Quindry a known suspect, her stepson, damaged the frame of a door at her residence. Suspect was picking up items for his father, and damaged the door entering the residence. Victim stated she could not secure the door because it no longer would lock.

• Nov. 17: A Hickory Woods Road woman advised KCSO officer Pamela Lambert an unknown suspect entered her vehicle and stole her purse and wallet, which contained her checkbook, social security card, driver’s license and debit card. Suspect also stole clothing. Victim advised there was no damage to the vehicle.


• Nov. 17: A Broadwood Drive man advised KCSO officer Jill Breeden an unknown suspect stole the victim’s class ring from his dresser. He stated contractors had been in his residence, but he is not sure who the suspect is.

• Nov. 17: A Kenjo Market employee advised KCSO officer Donald Clift an unknown suspect stole lottery tickets from the Campbell Station Road store. Complainant stated the tickets were stolen from a wooden storage box in the back of the business.

• Nov. 17: A Mellow Mushroom employee advised KCSO officer Donald Clift a known suspect and fellow employee stole her wallet, containing $45 and debit and credit cards, as well as her driver’s license, while she was waiting tables. Suspect has stolen other employees’ property in the past. Victim also advised the suspect attempted to use her cards at nearby gas stations.

• Nov. 19: A Farragut Commons Drive woman advised KCSO officer Lydia Farmer an unknown suspect used her debit card number to purchase items online at Wal-Mart. Complainant was advised by her bank of the suspicious transactions, and was unsure of the total amount of the charges at the time of the report.

• Nov. 18: A Spinnaker Road woman advised KCSO officer Donald Clift an unknown suspect stole various rings from her home. Complainant believed suspect worked for a painting company she hired to paint her home a few days before she noticed the rings missing. Victim stated she had contacted the owner of the painting company, who told her he was willing to help, although he did not know who took her rings. She also advised she was unable to get an officer to file a report the day she noticed the rings were missing. Rings were worth $1,500.• Nov. 20: A Somersworth Drive man advised KCSO officer Ericka Moyers an unknown suspect threw a bottle through his garage door window, then slashed the back passenger side tire of his vehicle.

• Nov. 20: A Nohunta Court woman advised KCSO officer Ericka Moyers an unknown suspect burglarized her vehicle while it was parked at Farragut High School during a football tournament. Suspect stole her purse and wallet, containing credit and debit cards, checkbook, makeup and a disk drive. Victim also advised several other vehicles were burglarized at the same time.

• Nov. 20: A McFarland Street woman advised KCSO officer Lydia Farmer an unknown suspect broke the back passenger window of her vehicle and stole her purse, which contained a credit card, checkbook, driver’s license and $400.

• Nov. 21: A Butternut Lane man advised KCSO officer Pamela Lambert an unknown suspect entered her vehicles and rummaged through glove boxes. Suspect stole a purse containing various credit cards. Victim stated he believed the doors to be locked, but when he found the cars had been burglarized, the doors were unlocked.

• Nov. 21: A Kohl’s department store employee advised KCSO officer Chad Gore he observed a known suspect enter the store with a Kohl’s shopping bag. Suspect placed the bag in a shopping buggy, then made her way around the store, placing various pieces of merchandise in the bag. Suspect then approached the checkout counter with merchandise concealed in the bag. She stood by a counter as if waiting for someone, then exited the store without paying for the merchandise, which was worth $943.47. Suspect was taken into custody for shoplifting over $500, a class E felony.

• Nov. 21: KCSO officer Joseph Sulewski was dispatched to a residence off Butternut Circle on report of a burglary. Victim advised he left his residence with the garage door open, then returned to find an unknown suspect stole a push mower and leaf blower from the garage.

• Nov. 21: KCSO officer Bobby law responded to a residence off Dundee Road on report of a burglary. Victim stated he left his house Nov. 16 for a trip and returned to find two of his safes had been stolen. No other items were taken from the residence. Victim said he did not notice signs of forced entry and had no suspects. Safes contained vehicle titles, keys, jewelry, a handgun and $5,800.

 

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