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• Dec. 7: Knox County Sheriff’s Office deputy Cathy Norris was dispatched to a Long Ridge Road address in response to the theft of a woman’s Rolex wrist watch. The complainant advised police that she doesn’t exactly know when the watch went missing. She stated she had last seen the watch during the summer when she had the watch in the living room at the residence, as she was getting ready to list it on eBay. The victim stated she suspects either a relative or one of her son’s friends. The watch is valued at $2,500.

• Dec. 8: KCSO officer Lydia Farmer was dispatched to a Butternut Circle address in response to a vehicle break-in. The victim stated that between 8 a.m. and about 3 p.m., someone had taken a TVA Credit Union checkbook from his locked vehicle. There was no damage to the vehicle.

• Dec. 8: KCSO officer Carla Clabough was dispatched to a Glen Abbey Boulevard address in response to a complainant who alleged that a named suspect had taken a camera, valued at more than $600, from the victim’s residence. The victim stated the suspect had been in his residence performing painting work at the time the camera went missing. The victim also stated the suspect’s roommate verified the camera was at their residence. The alleged theft occurred in May and was not reported until now because the complainant stated he wanted to find out who took the property before filing a police report.

• Dec. 9: A loss prevention officer at Kohl’s department store in Farragut reported to KCSO officer Jerry Massey that a suspect had entered the store, tried on a new pair of Nike shoes, placed his old shoes in the shoe box and replaced the box on the shelf. The suspect then attempted to leave the store and was apprehended in the store’s parking lot. The suspect was cited with a misdemeanor charge.


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